REVIEW: Kentucky Hunger by Sophia Danu from eXtasy Books


Title: Kentucky Hunger
Author: Sophia Danu
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Publisher: eXtasy Books
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Genre: Vampire, Paranormal, Romance
Publication date: September, 2007
Rating: 4 flames
ISBN: 1-55410-988-4
Length: 228 pages
Format: e-book
Reviewer: Aris

Alana Cornett still lived in her family home with her cousin and
father. They called her Sissy. She worked at a neighbouring horse
farm and she was very good at training horses. Because she was
telepathic she actually preferred animals to people, especially the men she had dated. It was hard to have a good time when she could read their lecherous thoughts. That was until she met Rhys, and could not read a single thought from his mind. He was a friend of the boss’s wife and had come to look at Cyracco who allowed no one to ride him but Alana, until Rhys came along.

Rhys was a vampire assassin a Death Hunter. He had never thought a human woman would captivate him, but Alana had done it the moment they met. Part of the thrill was that her mind was tightly shielded, like only the older Throng members had been able to do. He had meant to
simply take the horse and be gone, but now he would do everything the legal way and spend more time with her. He wondered what she would do when she found out he was a vampire.

This is a very nice story about vampires that does not revolve around a lot of killing. Sure, he is a Death Hunter, but that is only a small part of Rhys. Mostly he is a lover of women and horses. He
will do what ever it takes to get what he wants. This time he wants Alana and Cyrraco and Alana is resisting which makes for just the right amount of drama to keep the story interesting. It was a great read.

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