Review: Wild Need (Chiasson #3) by Donna Grant

August 9, 2014 Review 0

Review: Wild Need (Chiasson #3) by Donna Grant


Davena Arcineaux would like nothing more than to put her past of tragedy and magic behind her and stop running. Maybe even find a great guy to share her life with and start a family. But an evil Voodoo priestess who will stop at nothing to get her hands on Davena has tracked her to Lyons Point. And time has run out for Davena.


Brave, protective, Beau Chiasson was prepared to live his life alone, but when fate puts the lovely Davena in his path, he realizes that there has been a part of him missing that only she can complete. Engaged in the biggest fight of his life, Beau must not only save the parish from evil, but also win Davena’s heart – if he can keep them both alive.

Title: Wild Need
Author: Donna Grant
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Midnight's Lover, Midnight's Seduction, Midnight's Warrior, Midnight's Kiss Part I
Series: Chiasson
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Wild Fever, Wild Flames
Source: Author
Published: August 11, 2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames

Running from the powerful voodoo priestess that killed her mother sends Daveva right into the arms of the incredibly sexy Beau Chiasson. Her attraction to the man makes her long to keep him out of her mess of a life. The desire for him makes her want to keep him near her. Lyons Point offers no reprieve from the evil that is chasing her and she soon finds that Beau and his family is the key to surviving another day.

As a Chiasson Beau is no stranger to the supernatural that is present in the world, especially the small town that he calls home. What is completely new and unknown to him is the pull he feels to the new woman in town. He is drawn into her life in a way that he never knew possible. Even though he has sworn off any long term relationships with any female, forces unbeknownst to him keep putting Davena in his life. When an evil force brings trouble to her door he does the only thing he knows how to do, protect the innocent.

The paranormal element in Wild Need is a little greater than the one in Wild Fever. I am enjoying the series. They are the perfect short read that I need for killing time while I am at work. Yes, I read a work between clients and I like those books to be novella length and light pleasurable reads. I am looking forward to Donna giving her LaRue’s their own stories. The little she has shown of them makes me think they will have great tales to tale.

Donna Grant

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