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Svente vampire Ava Sanchez has a difficult decision to make: Should she accept the invitation of the Grand High Master Vampires and join their legion? It will mean leaving behind her brother and her home. It will also mean working with Pagori vampire Salem McCauley. Unlike the majority of vampirekind, she doesn't fear Mr. Tall, Blond, and Dauntless...even if he does have some psychopathic traits. In fact, he has a raw sexuality that tempts her to drop her 'no relationships' rule and give him exactly what he wants from her - everything. 

Salem McCauley doesn't like anything cute, or sweet, or cheery. Yet he wants Ava with a desperation that's bordering on obsession. And shockingly, she doesn't look at him like others do - you know, like they fear he'll rip out their spinal cord for fun. Now that the legion will be busy hunting the players involved in the creation of an illegal vampiric brothel, there's no time for pursuing Ava. But Salem makes time, because he never denies himself what he wants, and he always holds tight to what's his. And that's exactly what Ava is, whether she knows it or not: his.

©2014 Suzanne Wright (P)2018 Tantor

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Another great addition to this series

Like the other books in this series, this book was well written and kept the reader wanting to know what happens next.

Unfortunately like many of Suzanne Wrights other female characters, I think she slightly misses the mark with the heroine. Instead of smart independent and strong, we get bitchy and rude a lot of the time. Not the admirable qualities their sold to the reader as being, unfortunately Ms Wright’s hero’s often miss the mark slightly when their over the top behaviour and attitude is excused or minimised as ‘alpha’ behaviour. The male overprotective qualities are just this side of ‘power over’ and controlling, which is not respectful of the women they supposedly admire and love.

Luckily Ms Wright is a good enough author that she is able develop layers in her characters which helps to make the reader care what happens and overlook a few cringe moments. The world development is amazing and the story concept is absorbing, making this series a very worthwhile purchase.

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not part of the first 3 books

different characters ruined story for me. I was enjoying the series till I started this book and had to give up will never finish it.

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Entertaining Yet Less Fulfilling

This series has exciting storylines but this being the 4th book it seemed to have a number of reused pieces. I love the female narrator and Eva’s character! However, I was considerably less than impressed with the male narrator’s accent. In my opinion, the male lead character is well written just not well executed audibly. I will be looking for a different series to start. I won’t hold my breath for the next one in this series.

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  • Ameera
  • 10-06-18

Consumed

I did enjoy this book. To a point the narrator sadly made Salem sound bloody awful, he sounded as though he was a dumb idiot who couldn't string two words together And for me bordered on real ideation a real flaky character. But she was funny at times I was not really surprised that Suzanne added in Knox Thorn from the burn book series which I have listened to many times. The story was very much the same as the first book which a previous review had warned all in all of was not as good as the previous books in the series but still worth a listen if you can get past the narration of poor Salem

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  • Jess
  • 09-12-18

Ok

This book was pretty much a copy of the first just from the point of view of different characters. Same cat and mouse games between a couple and a ridiculous amount of sex scenes which does get pretty boring after a while. Could've been so much better

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  • N. Mahoney
  • 09-10-18

A fabulous Addition to the Series.

This fourth book in the Deep In Your Veins Series by Suzanne Wright is equally as enjoyable as the previous audiobooks in this series. The whole series has been consistent in character depth and quality and this made this book like a visit with the wonderful characters of which I have become so fond and the few new equally wonderful members of The Legion.

There are sexy scenes, battle scenes, humour and emotional scenes all twisted together in a wonderful tapestry of words. This book is exactly what I have come to expect of the writing by Suzanne Wright, she is always consistent in setting, rules and details.

The narration by Justine Eyre, P. J. Ochlan is as wonderful as the previous audiobooks in the series. P.J’s English accent has actually improved. Maybe he became more comfortable with the accent and the Irish accent sounded authentic in comparison to the accents of Irish people that I have known. All in all the consistant character representation and accents throughout the series and the high quality of narration that I have come to expect was present in Consumed. It was a complete pleasure to listen to.