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Saturday, February 4, 2012
The Devil's Trap by Honoria Ravena
I really liked this book. I couldn’t put it down, but I did stop to make notes on what a jerk Zarek was and trust me, that was not the word I used.
Regan has a problem or two or more. Her problem is pretty much any supernatural being breathing or not breathing. Her favorite targets are vampires. Now she has been hired to take down the most dangerous of them all, Zarek.
Zarek is a force to be reckoned with. Even the Vampire King fears him. Now he’s got this hot little hunter after him. She irritates and amuses him both at the same time. Something like that you don’t let go, and he doesn’t plan to.
The Devil’s Trap is book two in the In Darkness We Dwell series. In this series, Ms. Ravena’s male protagonists are well to put it quite plainly, male chauvinistic pigs with a capital “P”. You just love to hate them, and then just love them. In the first book, Fear the Darkness, I thought Vahe was bad. Well let me tell you Zarek writes a whole new book of Neanderthal.
Regan was a hoot. There were times in the story that I was cracking up, but my favorite character of all is Laedan. I want wrap him up and take him home with me. He is funny, sexy and just plain HOT! His moments with Zarek and Regan were priceless at times.
The Devil’s Trap is gritty, sexy and at times shocking. These vampires are not warm and cuddly by any means. So if you want something with a bit more bite, read The Devil’s Trap. This reviewer can’t wait for the next installment of this series.
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