Series: Deathless Night #3
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Also in this series: Blood Vengeance
Also by this author: Blood Hunger, Blood Vengeance, Fae Encounter
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Sacrifices had to be made for the greater, bloody good.
At least that’s what vampire Aiden Sinclair kept telling himself when he woke up in an unfamiliar city, with no phone, no money, and no memory of how he’d gotten there, or why. All he wants is to get back to Seattle, and back to his job as a Hunter. But when he happens upon the lovely derriere of a cheeky witch in distress who is being hunted by creatures he finds he is all too familiar with, Aiden must make a choice: Suppress his fears and be with the girl? Or embrace the truth and save them all?
Destinies will be fulfilled.
Grace Moss may be a witch, but her magic totally sucks. Hence the reason she finds herself saying yes to an unexpected offer of aid from a dusty, yet yummy-smelling vampire with a sexy British accent and bright grey eyes that dance with mischief and heat her blood. Yet there’s something rather strange going on with her new admirer: Something that makes her skin crawl, even as his touch makes her blood sing. And it’s not just the fact that he has fangs.
Now Grace and Aiden are being hunted relentlessly, and there's no escape in sight. To survive, Grace will have to accept him as he is - into her heart, and into her arms. And Aiden will have to trust that her love will be enough to save him.
The Deathless Night series by LE Wilson has become one of my favorite PNR’s. The characters are interesting, the plot is fast paced, and its engaging from start to finish.
So, Blood Obsession is book 3 in the series and centers around Aiden finding his fated mate. Aiden was kidnapped at the end of book 2 by the evil Leeha and now he has a demon inside him. He ends up in China and meets Grace, who is a witch. Within no time, demons are chasing them to get back a bag Grace and Aiden stole. They have to go on the run and figure out how to escape this mess. Aiden’s demon brings a new level of drama to the series. While the demon is obviously a bad thing, this particular demon doesn’t want a human body. And Grace is a witch, but she has almost no power. Aiden wasn’t my favorite character in the previous books but he was funny so I was expecting a lot of that in his book. He is funny in this book, but you see the deeper side to his persona as well. Grace seems like a happy go lucky girl but you see her complexities as well. And the Scottish wolves are back to help too! I love the Scottish wolves! Overall, this is another great book in the series.
- POV: 3rd
- Tears: No
- Trope: paranormal, vampires, werewolves
- Triggers: non
- Series/Standalone: series
- Cliffhanger: no but there are loose ends for other characters!
- HEA: View Spoiler »Yes for Aiden and Grace! « Hide Spoiler
L.E. Wilson writes Paranormal Romance novels about intense alpha males and the women who are fierce enough to tame them…for the most part anyway. With high heat levels, loads of suspense, and characters who’s personas range from playful and witty to dark and tormented, L.E. is a natural storyteller (in spite of her boring Accounting degree).
Born in a seriously small town in northeastern PA, she’s always open to new adventures and has managed to make her way all the way across the country. She now lives outside of Seattle with her patient husband, two sons, and two furry kids. Waking up to the mysterious mist-covered mountains there, (i.e. her backyard), only feeds her craving for all things supernatural.
Caramel Macchiato Lattes are a necessary part of her writing process, and you’ll often find her typing away at the closest Starbucks…which she walks two miles to get to, to make up for all of those lattes. On the weekends she likes to hike, garden, cook vegan food, and have date nights with her favorite guy.
L.E. is the author of the Deathless Night Series, and is a member of Romance Writer’s of America and is active in both the Greater Seattle and Eastside chapters near her. She is also an Indie author, so please consider leaving an honest review on Amazon and Goodreads if you have a moment. Thank you!