Monday, March 28, 2011

Marisa Chenery, Foreseen Hunger

Title: Foreseen Hunger

Author: Marisa Chenery

Rating: Five Siren Stones

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Keywords: Vampires, Ra’s Chosen Series

Length: Short Novel

ISBN E-Book: 978-1419933486

Price: $5.20

Publisher: Ellora’s Cave


Reviewer: Stacey Krug


Book six in the Ra’s Chosen series.

Takan has hidden who he is for three thousand years, but the time for secrecy is coming to an end. He knows it, and more importantly, Ra knows it. To complicate matters, Takan has found his mate. And she means more than happily-ever-after and smokin’ hot sex. She’s the key to ending the demon god Apep’s threat to the mortal realm. Too bad Takan, and who he is, scares the bejesus out of her.

Falon lost her love years ago to the bite of an undead and has spent her nights hunting the creatures ever since. When she happens upon a man fighting the same fight as she, relief overcomes her. She’s not alone. But when she kisses him and discovers his fangs, she does what any warrior girl would do—she stabs him.

Just as the couple is coming to terms with their relationship, Ra drops a bomb that changes Takan forever, and Falon discovers her true destiny. The couple must deal with a new beginning while bringing an end to an age-old battle.


Foreseen Hunger starts out action packed and keeps on going. This fast-paced story will have your attention the entire time.

There is much amusement in the protective alpha male that Takan turns into around Falon. Falon is unique and she shares a quickly growing love for Takan. Takan falls head over heels for Falon and the two of them come to terms with each other very fast. Since they fell fast, it left more time for their steamy, erotic love scenes.

The other warrior’s antics and comments will have you smiling and chuckling. The banter back and forth between all the characters makes them seem to come to life.

Foreseen Hunger is filled with exciting plot twists and turns that keep the pages turning all on their own. There is so much that is revealed and brought to closure that you will have to read the story because I won’t spoil the fun and adventure.

All too soon I came to, “The End”, but Marisa Chenery left enough breathing room to play in this world again if she chooses.

This was a fun and enjoyable read. Marisa Chenery knows how to spin a tale.

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