Saturday, June 20, 2015

Dying to Date (Entangled Covet) (Fated Match) by Victoria Davies


Dying to Date 

(Entangled Covet) (Fated Match)
Victoria Davies

Ratings and Recommendations


Rating: 4 1/2 teacups

Recommended: Yes!

Book Club Worthy: In genre.


Review:


Can Melissa forgive Tarian not telling of his Necromancy even after saving her from his grandfather’s evil plan…or is it too much even for mates?

Even though this is the second Fated Match novel; it is a standalone and I rate it 4 ½ on my rating scale. If you missed the first book Love at Stake (Entangled Covet) (Fated Match), you can easily go back and read it as it is also very good. The writing is engaging from the beginning of the book and I could not wait to finish it. The plot is unusual and has some interesting twists and turns. I like that Melissa is allowed to be a strong character and is allowed to see she might still love someone in spite of their issues loving her. It has some wickedly funny lines in it that make it fun to read also.

The characters are allowed to grow throughout the book and progress making them appealing and some even quirky. Previous characters you get enough information on them that you did not need to read about their story to make it necessary to this story to read. You will have to read to the end to see if all is forgiven or mates go their separate ways. It does have some steamy adult sex scenes in it also, so parents you make the call.

Is this novel for you? You think the vampires and necromancers are dead sexy. You like sexy steamy adult romance. You believe we all can get along, even vampires and necromancers. This might be just for you.

Disclosures


*I would like to thank Entangled Publishing, LLC via NetGALLEY for giving me an unreleased copy for an honest and fair review.

If you buy this book through the above link money is generated, however, donated to the non-profit American Association of University Women (AAUW). 

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AAUW works empowering women, since 1881, standing up for causes in the areas of educational, social, economic and political issues especially important to women. Marie Currie was one of the first beneficiaries of the group that would become AAUW receiving monetary help to attend college. I am a proud member and believe that the profit from books seems a fitting donation.