Embrace The Wild (Blood Rose #6) by Caris Roane
Synopsis: A Mastyr Vampire. A beautiful fae Protector. Two hearts in the wild. Passion ignites for this blood rose and her mastyr vampire, but will the burdens they carry keep them apart?
For two-hundred-years he’s lived a solitary existence until a beautiful fae, with enormous power, disrupts his world…
Mastyr Vampire Malik has only one goal: to serve the realm he loves. Battling both the dreaded Invictus wraith-pairs and an element in Ashleaf Realm that wants all innocent wraiths dead, Malik can’t afford to get distracted. But Willow has already become an obsession as he lusts for the powerful fae whose blood he craves. In turn, Willow has her own duties to attend to as the Protector of a large, vulnerable wraith colony. Without her shield, the innocent wraiths will be caught by the malevolent Society, a group intent on killing all wraiths and half-breeds. But her drive toward Malik, her need to be with him, to feed him, overrides her rational mind. Passion storms through her life, changing everything. But at what cost to herself, to Malik, to the entire Realm?
This instalment fell short for me. It was too predictable; I knew what would happen, how it would happen, and when it would happen. The dilemma between the two was the same as the other couples; they didn’t want to be in a committed relationship for whatever reason. So, of course, they fought it until their lives were in danger before realizing that they loved each other and had loved each other for a while, but they were too blinded by their own desires not to commit. At this point I wanted more from the series, but it is the same formula from one book to the next. Her Guardians Series is less predictable, though they too tended to fight the need to bond, but with that series the plot and villain and conflict carried the story making it ok for some predictability to take place. With this one Margetta wasn’t much of a problem, so even she was a bit weak in this installment. I love Caris’ writing and her storytelling ability, she can carry a story from beginning to end and have a well developed plot, this one just didn’t do it for me. I hope the next one is better, for which I will read because I have read everything Caris has written, because generally speaking I love her work.
*This copy was gifted in exchange for an honest review*
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