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|Book Name:||Night Sector|
|Author:||Lexi C. Foss|
|PDF Size||1.39 MB|
|ePub Size||711 KB|
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I was not looking for a romantic attachment.
Not her, the notorious murderer who specialises in killing Alphas.
But fate had it that she would become mine.
To our great relief, we have reached a consensus. One in which I have to see her very infrequently and she acts as if I do not exist.
There are no problems at all.
Until a cruel Vampire Alpha kidnaps her with the intention of using her as his own personal Omega blood bag and turning her into a blood bag.
I am the only one who can hear her screaming at this point in time.
And it has me completely and utterly enraged.
It’s possible that I don’t want her as my partner. However, I own her.
To mine in order to protect.
To take vengeance on mine.
The mine where we search.
Don’t be concerned, you nasty little murderer.
I will find you and kill you.
And once I locate you, I will present you with the silver blade and then I will stand back and watch you kill.
Note from the author: This is a stand-alone dark shifter romance with Omegaverse undertones, featuring A, B, and O dynamics along with kneading, nesting, and biting. More information can be found in the introduction, specifically in the content warnings.
About The Author Lexi C. Foss
The USA Today Bestselling Author Lexi C. Foss has a passion for writing and exploring otherworldly settings in her novels. Her preferred subgenre is paranormal romance, although she also enjoys dabbling in contemporary romance when she needs a break from the more morbid aspects of her psyche.
Her dependence on coffee, her love of the water, and her not-so-covert fascination in observing solar eclipses are all well-known facts.
Night Sector Book Summary
I particularly enjoy Lexi’s writing style because she vividly describes a world that the reader can picture. If it weren’t for how hurried and artificial the development of the characters and their relationships felt, I would have awarded this five stars. However, given how adversarial their relationship was from the beginning. The overlap with the conclusion of the preceding book was another source of confusion. There was a lot of information from the past mixed up with information from the present, such as, “Hey, this was the ending of Blood Sector all wrapped up in a bow… but wait! Just playing tricks on them, and the majority of what they discovered wasn’t even close to being accurate. If I’d read the novels in the order in which they were published, things would have been clearer for me, but as it stands, I can only say that I’m annoyed.