By Cynthia Eden
“Don’t look into her eyes. If you do, she’ll take your soul.”
Werewolf Griffin Romeo has new prey—a sexy female vamp named Isabella has been hunting in Sin City, and it’s Griffin’s job to stop her. Tracking Isabella is easy work for an alpha wolf, but once he gets close to gorgeous Isabella…Griffin’s careful plans go straight to hell. Because with one bite, he’s absolutely hooked on her, lost…mated.
Vamps and werewolves are supposed to be sworn enemies. They aren’t supposed to feel a white-hot attraction that burns soul deep. Now that he’s found his mate, Griffin isn’t about to let Isabella go, especially not when he learns that Isabella isn’t the killer who is attacking humans in Vegas. Griffin’s mate has been set-up, and he’ll fight with a wolf’s fury to find the enemy who is working against them both. Someone wants Isabella to be judged guilty by the wolves in Vegas, but Griffin won’t let that happen.
Their mating may be forbidden, but Griffin and Isabella are about to show the paranormal world just how fiercely a vamp and werewolf can fight for each other—because mates bond forever. And nothing will come between them.
I’ve read over a dozen Cynthia Eden books over the years, but it has been a few years since I last read one of her books. So when I saw she had a new series available through Kindle Unlimited, I thought it was a good time to re-introduce myself to her work.
FORBIDDEN BITE was a quick and enjoyable read, and I’ve already got the second book sitting on my Kindle. I liked that the reason behind why werewolves and vampires are enemies was explained quickly yet thoroughly. I think the only thing that disappointed me was that Isabella had a truly interesting past that wasn’t delved into at all. Griffin and Isabella were very likeable characters and they made a powerful couple, even though their first meeting didn’t go well.
“You wanted to kill me tonight. You had a stake.”
True. “So we didn’t have the most romantic start.”
FORBIDDEN BITE is told mostly in dual POVs, but is also told in the POV of other characters. It’s the first book in a new series, and while I assume each book can be read as a stand-alone, I think readers will get more enjoyment—and understanding of the series’ world—if they read every book in order.
Forbidden Bite (Bite # 1)
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