Sunday, October 26, 2014

[Archive] LITERAL ADDICTION's Review of Unforgiven

D. B. Reynolds is the RT Award-Winning author of the popular Vampires in America series of Paranormal Romance/Urban Fantasy and an Emmy-nominated television sound editor. She lives with her husband of many years in a flammable canyon near the Malibu coast, and when she’s not writing her own books, she can usually be found reading someone else’s. Visit her blog at for details on all of her books, for free stories and more.

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ALLEGIANCE . . . the ties that bind. Friendship, duty, blood.

TREACHERY . . . when friendship is abused, duty turns to burden, and blood is not enough.

UNFORGIVEN . . . because there are some things that can never be forgotten.

Allegiance . . . Treachery . . . Unforgiven.

War is imminent, and a spy has infiltrated Raphael’s estate. But his target is not Raphael; it’s his sister, Alexandra, whose earlier duplicity nearly cost Cyn her life. Raphael and Cyn are determined to play the spy’s game, traveling to Mexico to discover who their enemy is and just how far he’ll go to win. But once Raphael finds his sister, can he take the chance that she won’t betray him again?

Our Review, by LITERAL ADDICTION's Pack Alpha - Chelle:
*Copy gifted in exchange for an honest review

Cyn and Raphael are back with another fast-paced and sexy read with beautiful continuation of the previous full-length novel, and wonderful setup for the one coming.

As usual, someone is out to eliminate Raphael, this time, it might be coming from across the border. Raphael and the other Lords have worked tirelessly to build a covert alliance, but there are still some that are not onboard with the changes, and the fragile power structure within those pockets are getting a little out of control.

These novellas are awesome and I think they're a great compliment to the series as a whole. I would not suggest reading the novellas without reading the full-length book of the series, however, as they jump right in with the thick of things and could leave some readers confused. Outside of that, I would highly recommend Unoforgiven for all ViA fans!


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