Title: Reincarnated Hunger
Author: Marisa Chenery
Rating: Five Siren Stones
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Keywords: Vampires, Demons, Undead, Ra’s Chosen Series
Length: Short Novel
ISBN E-Book: 978-1419932762
Publisher: Ellora’s CaveReviewer: Stacey Krug
Book five in the Ra’s Chosen series.
Unlike his fellow warriors, Kysen already found his mate—the woman who stirred his blood like no other. But he’d been mortal at the time. When she died, he vowed to never love again. He feared the day Ra’s decree that all his warriors take mates would fall upon him. How could he spend eternity with a woman he could never love? But when he stumbles upon the spitting image of her, he wonders if his beloved has returned.
Cena is disappointed in men. Perhaps reading too many romance novels has done her in, but no man lives up to what she’s read…and dreamed. For years a faceless man has entered her sleep, filling her dreams with passion. Once she meets the tall stranger who stares at her with longing, her dreams come to life. Now she wants him in her bed. But once she has him there, her life changes forever. Thrust into a dangerous world she never knew existed, she must cheat death in this life to keep him.
I love that all Marisa Chenery’s heroines are smart enough to drive their own cars on the first date and not hop in with men they don’t know. It makes it that much easier to love her women characters.
Reincarnated Hunger will have you glued from beginning to end. Kysen’s loss and heartbreak are tangible and will have you aching. Cena is a wonderful heroine that, as a reader, you will just fall in love with too. She’s strong, smart and practical. Their journey and mating is one that you do not want to miss. Their erotic encounters and love making will leave you panting and wanting more.
Marisa Chenery’s story has plenty of depth and the secondary characters just add more spice. This story is part of a series, but stands alone as its own story very well. Once you read this one you will be looking for the other books in the Ra’s Chosen Series.
I would recommend this book, and will be looking for other stories by Marisa Chenery.