Dangerous Craving by Savannah Stuart

cover73015-mediumTitle:  Dangerous Craving

Series:  Miami Scorcher Series Book #4

Author:  Savannah Stuart

Genre:  Romance

Blurb:   She has nowhere else to go…

A century ago, the only man Nissa ever loved turned his back on her when she needed him. Now that her life is in danger from one of her own kind, he may be her only hope for survival. As a full-blooded faerie and next in line to be queen, Nissa figures the last place anyone would think to look for her is with a pack of werewolves.

So she turns to the one man who broke her heart…

Werewolf Thomas Lazos knows he screwed up by letting Nissa go and he’s suffered the consequences for too long. Now that she’s finally back on the same continent, he shows her what she’s been missing all these years. The sex between them is as scorching as ever and the seductive faerie is still the only woman who makes him lose control in and out of the bedroom.

But who will protect her from him?

When he learns that someone wants her dead, Thomas will do whatever it takes to keep Nissa safe and finally claim what is rightfully his—her heart. But with an unknown enemy stalking her, it might be too late for a second chance.

Thoughts:  As usual, this is a great read by Savannah Stuart. I don’t even have to read the blurb anymore for her books…as soon as I see a new by her it is just an automatic buy for me. The balance between romance and paranormal is perfect, and she always has an engaging and interesting storyline. Not to mention the charismatic characters. Dangerous Craving was no different, and I was especially intrigued by the faerie angle. Werewolf Thomas is captivated by the lovely Nissa from the very first – but he doesn’t exactly handle the news that the love of his life is not only faerie, but royalty as well. Needless to say, when he sees an opportunity to get close to her, there is no way he’s letting it slide by.

I really enjoyed Dangerous Craving – which wasn’t really a surprise. It didn’t quiet have the same feel as most of her other books though. It definitely made for an interesting read from one of my favorite authors!

Rate:  A

 

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