Just as good every time. Know Thorne gets me all hot and bothered…scrumptious I tell you.
Now that I find myself re-reading this for probably the 10th time, I realize it deserves the 5 Star upgrade treatment.
And we should all listen to Miley.
Because she’s an expert in “keeping the faith” and “climbing” to that higher level of classy self-empowerment, after all.
Side note: I always try to imagine the look on poor Liam Hemsworth’s face when he actually saw the above performance.
In my head it looked like this:
Followed closely by this:
But I digress.
Anytwerk, back to my re-read and my sex on a stick Knox Thorne.
Applause to Ms. Wright!!!
A GREAT start to what looks to be a GREAT new series from one of my favorite authors.
If the “feel” of this story was a love child, its parents would be Feral Sins and Here Be Sexist Vampires because it definitely felt like a cross between the two Series beginners.
In fact, I’ll be curious to see if this book follows the pattern of The Phoenix Pack and has a new focus couple each book, or if the series mainly follows Knox and Harper like Deep in Your Veins follows Sam and Jared.
Anyway, full review later…but if you are on the fence with this one I definitely recommend it.
While I didn’t love it as much as Feral Sins or Wicked Cravings(which are personal favorites of mine – and if they are some of yours too – I don’t want to set expectations into the stratosphere), I definitely enjoyed the shit out of it.
Simply put, if you liked the earlier Phoenix and Sexist Vampsbooks, I think you’d like this one too.