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  • "Wild Rapture" - Book 5 Chiasson series *finale*

    I really enjoyed this book about Marshall and Riley. Riley has been in the series from the beginning. Marshall has been introduced but this is the first time we're really getting to see him and know him. Riley is the only Chiasson female with 4 older brothers trying to protect her. After the tragedy with her parents, her older brother decided to send her away to school for her own safety. Well she's back home now and she's stronger than her brother's think. Only now, Riley doesn't remember having brothers...she's lost her memory after an attack on her by a werewolf. Thank goodness the Voodoo priestess Delphine was there to help her try to get her life back together and protect her. Marshall is determined to find Riley. Her brothers are frantic in there search for her when she was taken by the evil Voodoo priestess during a fight between her whole family and all the paranormal factions. Delphine's warded off part of the city and only Marshall can enter it. When he finds Riley, he didn't expect her to not remember anything. Now he needs to find a way to break Delphine's magic over Riley and bring her home. He just didn't expect the attraction between them. I really enjoyed this book. I loved both Marshall and Riley. They were just so right for each other. They had great chemistry together. I really enjoyed the twists and turns in this plot. I really liked it. This is the last book of the series but I recommend you read this series in conjunction with the LaRue series. Both series are interconnected because the families in them are related. The Chiasson's are cousins to the LaRues. The Delphine story line runs through both series'. So even though this is the last Chiasson book, the story continues with the last LaRue book. I enjoyed this series and recommend it.

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  • Great

    Best story in the author's LaReu & Chaisson series. Best read in the sequence of the release date of both storylines as the reader will need to know some of what was cross written of each of the progressing family drama.

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