Review: Vampire Mine (Alpha and Omega #3) by Aline Hunter

September 3, 2013 Review 1

Review: Vampire Mine (Alpha and Omega #3) by Aline Hunter

A bond as endless as time. Their forbidden union sealed in blood.

As the Alpha of New York, Trey Veznor placed the needs of his pack above everything—until the mate he’s waited centuries for waltzed into his life and gave him a taste of what he’d been missing. Sadie Dumus, seductive, beautiful and utterly captivating, is also something shifters avoid at all costs—a vampire. Stunned to learn of her nature, Trey turned his back on the only woman who could complete him.

Now, realizing he’s thrown away the one thing he can’t live without, Trey hunts Sadie down and defies tradition. Their sexual hunger is undeniable, with each sizzling encounter bringing them closer together. Sadie tries to resist but he refuses to allow it, using desire and her need for his blood to keep her close. With danger closing in, it’s necessary to announce his mating before the pack. To keep his female, he’s willing to lose everything he’s ever known.

Title: Vampire Mine
Author: Aline Hunter
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Enemy Mine, Marked , Changed, Alpha Mine
Series: Alpha and Omega
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Enemy Mine, Alpha Mine
Published by Ellora's Cave
Source: Publisher
Published: August 7, 2013
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance
Pages: 250
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Stars: four-stars

Trey and Sadie have one of those romances that always bring a heady intensity to the pages of any book. It is the forbidden romance. In the Alpha and Omega series vampires and shifters do not mix, they certainly do not mate. The magical abilities that all vamps have can allow them to control a shifter. That alone goes against everything that a shifter stands for. Trey is the alpha of his pack. He is there to protect them and give them the support they need. A pack can’t trust an alpha who could be under the control of a vamp. The tables are stacked against Sadie and Trey before they even get started. Theirs is a romance that is just teeming with problems certain to make them fail as a couple.

The pack needs strength and stability now more than ever. The Shepherd’s still want all shifters dead. There is a missing relic that can cause problems of unknown proportions. The turmoil keeps intensifying and all indicators point to something monumental on the horizon. One of the key players in this world is taking a hiatus to deal with his own mess of a mating. The last thing the pack wants is a vampire, any vampire that they know nothing about as a species in their mix. And that is exactly what the alpha and the beta have full intentions of doing, bring vamps into the pack.

I am completely intrigued by the epilogue. It revolved around a character that has been so far in the background that I didn’t think he would even be considered for a book. Yet the more I read into those few pages there definitely seems to be more to him that I ever suspected. I’m looking forward to where Hunter is taking him. If it goes the way I suspect then he will turn out to be my favorite type of character to read. I just love it when the person who has their own motives for everything take center stage. Those are always the most fun to read. He has presented himself as an almost villain for the most part.Aline Hunter


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