The vampire was built for sin, every inch of him tight and bulky with corded muscle. A killer, that much was apparent, and she couldn't help but wonder if his appetite for violence would rival his appetites for other...things.
A WOMAN SEDUCED
Naya Morales is no ordinary mortal. Born with a shaman's power, she has devoted her life to tracking down stolen magic-and punishing those who take it. But one fateful night, she follows the alluring call of a sensual magic that is too glorious to be true-and finds herself face to face with a stunningly handsome thief who is too magnificent to resist...
A VAMPIRE ENSLAVED
From the moment he sees her, Ronan knows Naya is his mate. Driven by a deep, almost mystical connection, he aches for her body, hungers for her blood, and swears their souls are anchored together. Naya refuses to believe the words of a vampire-or risk the wrath of her tribe. But when she tries to make Ronan her prisoner, neither chains of silver nor fires of hell can help her escape the truth: she is the one who's been captured, in The Warrior Vampire by Kate Baxter.
A beautiful shaman still has to take work from people who don't appreciate her in Baxter's second Last True Vampire paranormal (after The Last True Vampire). Naya Morales is a magic hunter, charged by her patriarchal not to mention misogynistic tribe to "contain the power and extinguish the demons" and any other nefarious powers she finds. Resentful at being taken for granted and threatened with an arranged marriage, Naya has begun to question her whole existence when, on assignment, she finds a magically poisoned vampire and brings him home. Ronan knows instantly that Naya is fated to be his mate, but it takes her longer to recognize that her feelings for the sexy vampire are more than lust. Together, Naya and Ronan must combat her tribe, shifters, mapinguari (humans infected with dark magic), and other species, all while tearing each other's clothes off. Baxter's worldbuilding is ambitious, but the characters are hard to keep track of, and the crude language will turn off some readers.