Publisher: W. Morrow-a Harper Collins imprint
Reviewed by Pam
Obtained from Publisher
The heroine is an unexpected type of girl, especially when she gets involved with, Lucien, a vampire. After the hero saves her and her dog from what she thinks are angry bats, her life seems to get out of control. Meena is able to see when people she meets are going to die, although nobody believes her.
When she meets Lucien Antonescu a vampire prince with a very dark background, Meena can’t understand why she can’t see when he’s going to die. Not realizing he’s already dead, she finds herself falling in love with him. He’s a tender lover, handsome and a man most women would fall for.He’s also everything Meena has been looking for in a man, it’s as if all her dreams have come true. Maybe he’ll soon reveal his darker side, while turning into her worst nightmare.
INSATIABLE is an interesting take on Vlad the Destroyer’s offspring, despite getting a little bogged down in places. It often feels like a tongue in cheek tale, as the reader becomes engrossed and meets more of the vampire clan. With different types of vampires running around in America’s largest cities, it did leave me wondering if it was safe after sundown.
The romance was a little different from the average, without all the usual blood and gore associated with this type of story. It has well written love scenes, believable neighbors and interesting secondary characters. I enjoyed the journey as she becomes besotted with Lucien and chased around town by his enemies. When Meena finds herself along with her brother, living with monks and nuns for protection, it takes on a whole different perspective.
I found this book had an interesting tale between the pages, one that may let you think outside the usual vampire myths.
This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.