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She’s the soul match he never asked for…together with the human who will bring him to his knees.
I was the daughter of a celebrity chef, so I spent my childhood jetsetting to other galaxies, learning about exotic cultures, and making friends with the upper crust. The move to Krynn marked a new beginning, a place to put down roots.
The only time I work at a dyaan is when tragedy hits and I find myself suddenly alone, poor, and desperate. Blood-drinking, wingless, terrifying aliens with berserker rages frequent this institution in search of willing necks to slake their ravenous appetites.
There is where we first meet. Kythel, lord of Erzos and head of the sinister House Kaalium, whose eyes are like broken ice and whose voice is irresistible.
We couldn’t be more different from one another. I like to see the bright side of things and am generally an optimist. He is a wealthy scion of a prominent family who relies on strict, unyielding control, but he is distant and distrustful. But his frustration drives him crazy and he will do anything to get his hands on my blood and lay claim to me.
I worry that we will both perish if we give in to the forbidden yearning that grows between us, especially if we are forced to choose between duty and love.
About The Author Zoey Draven
For as long as she can remember, Zoey Draven has been crafting tales on the page. She first fell in love with romantic fiction because to her grandmother’s collection of vintage Harlequins. Now that she’s a best-selling author on Amazon, she gets to pen the endings, which she plans to give a cosmic, otherworldly spin.
She drinks too much coffee, goes on hikes in the redwoods, and hangs out with her family when she’s not writing.
Craving in His Blood Book Summary
My fave writer of science fiction romance is Zoey Draven. The alien universe and the love stories in each book are perfectly balanced. It was the same with this one. I appreciated that our MC, Millie, was not naive to their way of life culturally. Since her father was half Kylorr, she has spent her entire childhood exploring the galaxy with him. My sense of immersion increased as we were shown more of the globe from a more macro viewpoint.
The personalities were really interesting to me. They kept me entertained and were fantastic to follow as MCs. The only downer was that I couldn’t help but feel distant from them as a pair. Maybe it was because I had just finished rereading the novel with Gemma and Azur, or maybe it was because the protagonists of this book gave in to their desires too early, but I couldn’t connect with them the way I did with the previous book’s relationship. Nonetheless, there were tender passages, hot spots, and parts that broke my heart to read. Even though I wasn’t as immersed in the main characters as I would have liked to be, I still thoroughly enjoyed the novel. The narrative of her father’s life was just as tragic.
The series’ overarching plot, which was introduced in the first book and will likely continue across the others, has also begun to expand. As someone who enjoys stories most when they centre on the main characters, I appreciate how this substantial plot is presented in manageable chunks that don’t detract from the romance.