REVIEW: Rapture (Coveted Prey #7) by L.V. Lane


(Omega Prey #7)

by L.V. Lane 

Fairy-Omegaverse-Vampiric mash-up
★ Enemies to lovers
★ Action, humor, and scorching hot!
★ Portal fantasy worlds with fairy, humans, Orcs, and shifters!
★ Standalone story with HEA

He’s supposed to be my protector, the towering male with the delicious scent that drives my body wild. 
He’s supposed to obey me, although he rides the line of disrespect with infuriating ease. 
And when he’s injured, I’m supposed to gift him my powerful blood. 
Only I don’t, and I can’t, and now my actions have broken the rules 
And the man who once obeyed is going to own me. 

Beautiful, cold, and untouchable, Winter is all that and more. 
The tiny little fairy with the frosty disposition and heart made of ice.
She’s supposed to heal me, but my miserly mistress gives me only scraps. 
My mind despises her, even as my body craves her blood. 
Trapped by circumstance, my broken fairy will break both the rules and me. 
But revenge, sweeter than the blood flowing through her veins, will ultimately be mine. 

Rapture is a dark and steamy enemies to lovers paranormal, fairy-vampiric mashup. It contains explicit scenes, triggers, and complete power exchange. 


Hellllooooooo Nurse

Dark, twisty, smexy, and bloooooody.

L.V. Lane has given us a standalone (in a series) MF Omegaverse that is dark and twisty and filled with lots of deliciousness. You got so many good things going for this book that it is just about impossible to keep up with it.

Feel in the mood for some fae, some orcs, some OV madness and then some bloody goodness thrown in? This is the book for you.

The story line is one that has been long coming from the genius that is Ms Lane and I am so glad she has written it down and shared it with the world. Our FMC has some serious issues to overcome and along with the MC she works through it in some non-conventional ways that leaves me begging for more.

On top of that we are gifted with amazingly complex characters that make you fall in love with them from the get go (even if it is to make you love to hate them)

All in all a really amazing book witch really hit deep.

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