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Publisher Description

DRAVEN 

Sons of Sangue: Book 4.5


Draven Smith thought he’d sealed his own coffin when he turned informant for the DEA against the deadly Devils MC. But that trouble is nothing compared to the mortal peril he’s courting when a sexy vampire female named Brea shows up at his bar to enlist his help. In hiding from Draven’s friends, the Sons of Sangue, Brea’s freedom depends on destroying the ruthless LaPaz Cartel and its infamous kingpin—her own godfather. Thrust together on a quest they can only hope to survive, Draven and Brea must find a way through the danger while trying to resist a forbidden desire that ignites the darkest passions of their hearts.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2016
October 16
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
120
Pages
PUBLISHER
Patricia A. Rasey
SELLER
Patricia A. Rasey
SIZE
1.2
MB

Customer Reviews

Joeygirl1980 ,

Great fast read!

Draven was a great fast read. It kept you hooked through the whole book. You were waiting to turn the next page to see what happened next. Once again Patricia has you hook line and sinker. The books keep getting better and better. Draven was great. I really enjoyed him. I loved how he was nothing but a human proctor of Brea who is a Vampire that no one knows about. But the question is can he keep her safe while trying not to get himself killed in the process. I really enjoyed these two together. I also loved seeing some of the old SoS men in it. I can't wait to see what is in store for us next. Patricia is one hell of a writer. One awesome series. A must read. 5 thumbs up!!

KPMe1 ,

Draven has a heart!

I was looking forward to Draven's story and I wasn't disappointed. Draven is a character that you can kinda hate from the other books but when the focus shifts to him there is no hate possible. We get to see an unexpected side to Draven, he actually has a heart! I had so much fun revisiting this series. Even though the Sons played a minor role in the book it fit nicely into the rest of the series. Can't wait for more!

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