BITTEN BY DECEIT
Alpha wolf Emma Parker is loyal to a fault, even if it means losing the love of her life when he’s ousted from the pack. She’s never stopped needing him, and when a black witch curses the pack, she wonders if she’ll even survive. It’s a poison of the blood, and with each bite, the virus spreads,
leaving the infected rabid and under the control of an evil Alpha.
Kyle Benton is starting over. He’s a lone wolf, betrayed by the only woman he’s ever loved. Until Emma barges back into his life, as gorgeous and determined as ever. He’s hell bent on resisting her, or at least making her suffer. But she needs him in a way that touches him to his very soul. Now he has to determine how to set her free, and if he can, how he can ever let her go.
I was given a copy of this novella in exchange for my honest review.
This is a short novella, but that does not mean that it is short in action, romance, and trouble. As a matter of fact, this novella was full of romance and action. Also, the author did a good job explaining the previously established relationship between Emma and Kyle. It cannot be an easy thing to do, putting enough background to make the story plausible into a novella. I do not want to go too into detail about the story itself, since it is not a full novel, but I was fully entertained by this story. You can read it in one sitting without being interrupted, and still get that satisfaction you feel from finishing a longer story. I am rather hoping the author will make this into another series. This feels like I need more stories to get to know the other characters that were introduced so briefly into the story. :) Also, I thought the story-line itself was pretty awesome. I mean, the rabid pack members kind of reminded me of zombies.. :D I don't know about you, but to me that's pretty freaking awesome.
all in all: short read, but high in romance and action. 18+. and come on, werewolves? I love me some werewolves. Especially hot mechanic werewolves with rifles. hehe.
bear in mind that this is a novella. Good for a short read, but not for if you are looking for a real in- depth story to occupy you for hours. This rating is based on my novella standards