Review: Undying Hunger (The Enclave #4) by Jessica Lee

July 8, 2015 Review 0

Review: Undying Hunger (The Enclave #4) by Jessica Lee

All she can remember is hunger...for him.

A year ago, Alexandria Stevens strode through the doors of Wicked Ways and into the arms of a man—a monster, really—who stole everything from her. Her memory. Her life. Now she's a creature of darkness with only hazy images in her mind of that night and a confusing jumble of emotions. A fierce hate...and an even fiercer desire for Markus Santini.

Markus has walked through this world for more than a hundred years, knowing exactly who and what he was, until Alexandria undid it all. Undid him. When a former vampire colleague threatens one of the Enclave’s own, Markus is needed—but only as the dark, powerful creature he once was. And in order to become that, he must find the arms of a woman who despises him with every breath she can no longer take.

Title: Undying Hunger
Author: Jessica Lee
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Bloodlines, Undying Destiny, Heat Rising, Undying Embrace
Series: The Enclave #4
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Undying Destiny, Undying Embrace , Undying Desire, Closer and Closer
Published by Entangled Publishing
Source: Author
Published: June 30th 2015
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 226
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Stars: five-stars
Flames: three-half-flames

I hopped into the series in the middle of it and knowing what I do now, I have GOT to start it from the beginning if for noting else this series ROCKS! Undying Hunger was so hard to put down.
Alexandria and Markus are quite the exciting couple. They have one of those how-could-you, what-happens-next, forgive-him, swoon, kick-his-butt, yes! romances that I oh so love to read. She hates him, she has so many reasons to and yet, wants him. Markus, oh boy. He’s such a vampire in quite the conundrum. He was good, then did bad, and is now trying to come out of the dark. I’m not sure why he turned Alexandria in the first place as I missed reading the first few books in the series but I totally get why he wants and desires her now. As their story unfold, I found myself cheering them on and booing everyone against them. Yes this includes all the good guys. I’m a sucker for rogue redemption and the journeys they take to their happy ending. I also like a story that is filled with action and intrigue which there was no shortage from here.

The majority of the secondary characters we have already met in previous titles. I always like series that carry over their characters. They feel like old familiars friends and getting to experience them a second, third, fourth time around always gets me excited. There is a new player this time, Christian. I had mixed feeling about him in the beginning and really didn’t think much of him. By the end, I was singing a new tune. Now I hoping he gets his own book. Please, please, please let there be another book with his name all over it. PLEASE!

If you’re looking for a great vampire romance with lots of action to since your teeth into, then let it be The Enclave series by Jessica Lee. Those one is worth reading again and again.


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