Saturday, 5 October 2013

Prah and Constantine Review: Seduced by Innocence by Kimberly Kinrade

Prah and Constantine reviews are back for another month. Constantine chose Seduced by Innocence by Kimberly Kinrade and after reading the blurb and seeing the price (free), I agreed. Who knew that the first book would end up costing me more money? After reading my review here, head on over to CathrinaConstantine’s blog to see what she had to say about it.

About the book
All my life I've been told that I will kill my first love. That the dark power I harbor within myself will destroy him.

Just like it's destroyed others.

Witches take an oath to do no harm, but I broke that oath even as a child, and so I hide within the invisible walls of my strange coven, keeping everyone at a distance.

Until I meet Derek.

His magnetism draws me in even as I know I should run. But I can't run, because I need him to teach me how to defend myself and others, so I don't fall victim to the shifters out to terrorize my coven.

He can't know my secret, and I can't give in to the other need that's growing between us, the one that heats me from within whenever we're together.

But flesh is weaker than intention, and neither of us can fight the fates. If only we'd known the truth before taking that first bite of forbidden fruit.

Now it's too late.

Forbidden passions. Deadly Secrets. A love that will stand against it all. Submit to the Seduced Saga as Derek and Rose face their future while unraveling the mysteries of their past.

My Review
A clash exists between powerful wolf shifters and witches. Within the mix are secrets, betrayal, and love. Oh my goodness I love a good paranormal romance.

The attraction between Rose and Derek was immediate and intense. I initially thought the book was going to be a sweet romance until certain words crept their way onto the page and made me gasp. Be warned, this book is sweet in a romantic sense, but it is hot.

Ms. Kinrade warns the reader that the book is not a stand alone novel and that it ends in a cliff hanger. I thought I could handle it and would be able to leave the series after the first book. My credit card bears witness that I couldn’t. Lucky for me Ms. Kinrade has put all three books in a nice affordable pack.


I give this book four out of five chocolate bars and I’m looking forward to reading the second book in the series. 

4 comments:

  1. Great Review, Nana as always. We differ somewhat.

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    1. Our differences are what makes this partnership so spicy. I enjoyed your review very much.

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  2. Nice review, Nana. This paranormal thing is not for me, I dare say but I must admit that I am intrigued!

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    1. Thanks, Celestine. It was a great book.

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