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    Forbidden romance

    The Wicked Vampire by Kate Baxter is part 6 of the Last True Vampire series and the first book of this series I have read. I had no problem following the storyline of the main couple. I could tell, however, a lot of subplots/ background characters present had further plot clarification elsewhere in the series. This lack of knowledge did cause some minor irritation but could motivate me to start from book one in the series at a later date. Ewan is a berserker, mortal enemies of the vampire race. He is attempting to make money in a fighting ring to the death to get free of his ruthless leader. During a fight, Ewan feels a bond form with Sasha who turns out to be a vampire. The couple must come to terms with their relationship, confront the hatred their races have for each other and decide if they can have a relationship. The world building present in this story is quite enjoyable. There are several races of supernatural beings which I appreciate in an urban fantasy/ paranormal romance. It keeps everything from getting stale. I would like to learn more about several of the background characters. I haven't read many stories where a berserker played a prominent role. It was an interesting interpretation of their race. The mating bond of the vampire was a unique approach I appreciated. I am partial to forbidden love, and here it was handled well. There was a great deal of chemistry between them, which made their distrust in each other that much more suspenseful. Ewan could be a little overbearing, but he is a berserker, so it fits. And I tend to enjoy more aggressive males in romance. In the end, everything played out as it should in any HEA novel, but I did like the process of getting there. All opinions are my own and may not match that of others. I encourage all readers to come to their own conclusions. I voluntarily received an ARC copy of this book through NetGalley.
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    Romeo and Juliet Style

    I’m a fan of the forbidden and what can be more forbidden than finding your mate in the species that is determined to wipe out your race? A Romeo and Juliette story vampire style. The Beserkers are interesting to me and the author just amped up there appeal through Ewan and changed the way I would like to see the outcome of this series. I no longer hope for the Beserkers to be wiped out. I’m really curious now what Gregore did to bring the wrath down on his race from the vampire he was working with all those years ago. If it was mentioned in a previous book, I don’t remember but I’m thinking it will be one of the reveals towards the end. I would love to see Gregore’s downfall and for the rest of the clan to break free from him. There are a lot of characters to this series. A lot of pieces to the puzzle and you will want to read this series in order or you’re gonna be lost. This was another great addition to the series. ARC provided by NetGalley.

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