Review Love for Mated in Treason.

 

Hey guys. I wanted to share a couple reviews for Mated in Treason. It really humbles me that readers are really loving Gunnar and Nadia.

Here are a few reviews found on Amazon:

The writing itself was terrific- I did not want to put this book down at all which is a hard thing to do as a single mom who has kids in sports and a full time job. There were not any inconsistencies that I noted (and I write stuff down just for reviews/accuracy sake) and it was smooth in the flow of the story. I didn’t read any part that seemed to drag that would cause you to skim over to the good parts- ALL of the book was nothing but “good parts”–Sarah Shannon

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I love this world! Her vamps are all super alpha, in-command manly men, but they never come across as jerks. Perhaps that’s because she spends a lot of time and care in building the characters, giving them vulnerabilities. Which of course makes it just delicious when they break. -Kindle Customer

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When you enter into the world of the Kan Asma, you’ll find yourself in a thrilling and intense experience.  I absolutely adored Gunnar, the loyal and honorable bodyguard, who would give his life to protect his “family”, especially his boss, Traian. The sweet nurse, Nadia, is the best medicine for Gunnar and watching their love story enfold was endearing, as well as smoldering.
There are many layers in this book and the characters are believable and well-developed.  As the action and intrigue built, it was hard to put down and I stayed up to the late hours of the night reading as much as possible.
If you love sexy, gorgeous vampires and their adoring mates, then you will fall in love with Mated in Treason.- Old Time Photographer

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