Damien by Jacquelyn Frank (‘The Nightwalkers’ series Book #4)

Damien (The Nightwalkers, Book 4) Damien  by Jacquelyn Frank

‘The Nightwalkers’ series Book #4

Paperback: 384 pages – Publisher: Zebra (June 1, 2008 ) – Language: English – ISBN-10: 0821780689 – ISBN-13: 978-0821780688

They are the Nightwalkers, mysterious beings who dwell in the shadows of our world, and Damien, the Vampire Prince, is among the most powerful of them all. But one woman will tempt him with a desire unlike anything he has known, and together they will face a terrifying and relentless foe…

HE’D  NEVER  LOVED.  BUT  SHE  WAS  IRRESISTIBLE.

As reigning Vampire Prince, Damien has tasted every pleasure the world has to offer – consorting with kings and queens and delighting in sensual adventure. Now, tired of such pursuits, he devotes his energies to protecting his people. The war between human necromancers and Nightwalkers has escalated, and when the enemy makes a daring move, kidnapping Syreena, a Lycanthrope Princess, Damien boldly follows. He succeeds in rescuing her, but is unprepared fr the erotic longing her lush snesuality awakens in him.

Gifted with rare abilities, Syreena grew up in a cloistered setting and was forbidden to form attachments to others, yet the connection Damien feels with her is immediate, intoxicating, and impossible for either to resist. But claiming Syreena as his mate could have shattering repercussions for every Nightwalker – and leave their enemies more dangerous than ever before…

Temptation tastes sweetest at night.

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2-Jul-08 to 6-Jul-08

Review: Another excellent book in the series!

Oh, how I am loving this series! The action, in or out of the bedroom, is incredible! You see the scenes as Frank wrote them, and they stick with you, long after the book is finished, LOL!

Damien is the perfect hero. Strong, he refuses to believe he’s sulking when he actually is and turns it into anger and a temper tantrum instead.

Syreena is stronger, physically and mentally, than most believed her to be. I loved how she grew even more, and how she came around to Damien’s way of thinking, all on her own. It was high time she made decisions for herself. She learned how, the hard way.

The one scene between Damien and Syreena kept me glued, word for word, paragraph for paragraph, page for page. I love that scene – the violence of it, the erotic sensuality of it. Terrific!

Meanwhile, the enemy is getting stronger and bolder, and I can’t wait until she’s brought down. Ruth may be really intelligent and savvy, but her way of thinking is screwed, and she is one enemy that will have to be defeated – there is no other alternative.

Jasmine, even if she is Damien’s ‘right-hand-man’, angered me to no end. I think Syreena and she need a good round between the two of them. But then, it’s to be expected. I think anyone would have reacted the same way as Jasmine, especially after having been with Damien for over 5 hundred years. While Syreena still feels jealousy when Damien and Jasmine are together, she doesn’t mull over it. Whereas Jasmine is completely opposite in that way of thinking. Meanwhile, Syreena and Jasmine are more alike than they realize, I think.

I can’t wait for Noah’s book, which is supposed to be out in September ’08! Two months won’t have gone by fast enough!

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