Batina Dawson wants two things most in her life. She's determined to become a partner at her law firm and secure her younger sister's financial future. That's why she talked Dusti into flying to Alaska, to mend fences with their terminally ill, rich grandfather. It seemed to be a perfect plan - until things go wrong. The plane crashes and their lives are saved by two large, muscled brothers. Kraven is a spiked-haired menace with a handsome face and a killer body. He also believes she's in danger from her own grandfather, and that Vampires and Lycans once bred, making him a VampLycan. He even claims her mother was one too. He may have kidnapped Bat, but his misguided hero complex is almost sweet. She knows exactly what defense she'll use if he becomes one of her clients.
Insanity. Kraven is frustrated. Bat refuses to stop arguing with him at every opportunity. She's stubborn, mouthy, and oh so sexy. She might be right when she accuses him of being crazy - she's driving him nuts. But she's in danger and he'll stop at nothing to keep her safe.
Author Note: VLG stands for Vampires, Lycans, Gargoyles...and breeds in between. Living in Alaska's harsh, pristine territories, these creatures live and love fiercely. These are their stories.
©2016 Laurann Dohner (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
Audible Addict!!! My Favorite books have change since joining Audible and my taste for erotic has enhanced! Follow me to the dark side. ;)
This series is so entertaining. I have already stated I love an Alpha male and Kraven is a bossy ass that makes me quiver untilllll.... he gets a taste of Batina. She is also dominant but I can relate to this chick. You will love this book. I saw some reviews that were not rated high and I don't understand that. Look I will not waste my followers time and would never mislead you. It's GREAT!!! I'm going to start book three but I'm so sad cuz this is the last one????? Or is it ! I pray it's not. GET THIS SERIES. It's one you can listen to it over and over again. That makes any book a keeper in my humble opinion.
heroine was abit annoying, but i prefer the more helpless female characters in books and a leader hero guy to that. Overall it was good.
There comes a time when you have to choose between listening to audible or going to bed.
This was a great follow up to the first book. This was the story about Bat and Kraven's trip to LA. The timeline is mostly the same, but this goes a little further then the first book.
I just have to roll my eyes and say 'really' when someone writes in a review that a fiction book was not realistic...come on now 'really'
The first chapter is the same as in Drantos but that's OK because it's so funny! Then it gradually splits to Kraven and Bat. Their paths cross a few times but Kraven and Bat go on a whole different venture.
I fell for these VLG's right away along with Dusti and Bat. This book is funny, has suspense, action, and of course some hot sex.
If you're a fan of Laurann Dohner or a fan of paranormal romance you'll love the VLG series.
Savannah Richards give an all consuming performance.
Worth a credit...YES, YES, YES.
Does it make you feel better to no vote all my reviews? Sad. If it makes you happy have at it then. Hope it brings you a little joy.
I am HOOKED! I blew through this book today, I couldn't get enough I am so glad I took a chance on this series.
I mean it wasn't hard really I love vampires but this is just so much more, the first book we focused on Dusti and Dantos, the siblings of Batina and Kraven. So its only fitting we get Kraven and Batina’s story next.
I loved that the stories overlapped, and it all falls in the same time-line. I can’t say that I have read that to often but I really liked it.
Batina oh this girl has a mouth on her.. Oh my, oh my the connection these two have its pretty great, she has the month he has the reason. I love it.
I kind love when one is more broody and Kraven so is that but he never takes it to far. You can just tell from the beginning he liked Batina even if he was confused at her sometimes.
I have to say some of my favorite scenes are when the 4 of them are reunited and the interaction between both the siblings just makes for a fun book. I found myself saying Noooo when the book ended I wanted more more, more thank you, thank you for book 3 that is going on tomorrow!
Again Savannah Richards does one heck of a job bringing this world to life, she just has a way with each character. It’s very enjoyable.
*You don't have to like my review but its 100% my opinion, and I am allowed to have it.*
I was really looking forward to the premise of this book, which follows the same timeline as Drantos, but tells the story from Bat's and Kraven's point of view. I thought it would be cool to hear the story from a different perspective. And I especially loved the idea of getting a deeper characterization of both sets of siblings by being able to compare the experience of one couple to the other. Instead, this book was like a repeat of the first one. Despite some variations in the plot of the two books, Bat and Kraven had almost the exact same arguments and relationship drama as Dusti and Drantos, expressed in almost the exact same way. The only difference seemed to be the order in which conversations took place and the sex positions each couple used. It was so disappointing!!
That said, I am still willing to try the final book in the series. I like the world and the mythology the author has created. And I like the central conflict of those fighting for peace and tolerance versus those fighting for rulership through terror. I look forward to hearing the end of the story. And I have hope that the new circumstances the central couple face and the fact that relatively few of the events should overlap with the first two books will mean a more satisfying read.
I have to say, I didn't enjoy this one as much as the first. First, I found Bat to be grating at times. I understand strong female characters. I've read (and loved) tons of Ms. Dohner's other books and she has written some great, strong female leads. Bat's combativeness and unreasonableness, however, just started to drive me crazy at times. I found myself wanting to tell her to sit down and be quiet. I also found lots of Twilight-esque references and after awhile started getting annoyed with those as well. For instance, the nicest vampire in the book is a sweet, well intentioned, non-violent doctor. Carlisle much? With all of that said, I did still like the story. I just wanted more. I liked Kraven's character a lot and it was enough to keep me going and wanting to know what would happen. The narration, as with the first, was extremely good. All of that does make it worth the credit. The next title character, Lorn, was introduced in this book. I am intrigued by Lorn, so I will also purchase the next book. ***fingers crossed***
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