Review: Infinite Betrayal (Blood Fued #1)by Gayle Donnelly and Robyn Mackenzie
Title: Infinite Betrayal
Authors: Gayle Donnelly and Robyn Mackenzie
Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Book one in the Blood Feud series. Mina Roarke has always been told she is special. In what way, she’s never fully understood…until circumstances lead her down a path of adrenaline-charged danger and blazing sexual heat, and introduce her to a world she never knew existed. Mathias, a warrior for a secret shifter race known as the Coteri, has been ordered to protect Mina at all costs. Although his oath to protect her is paramount, can he rein in his animal instincts long enough to avoid claiming the one person he’s forbidden to have? Reader Advisory: This book contains brief scenes of torture with explicit sexual overtones that some readers might find offensive.
First off I must say how much I enjoyed this book, even looking at the cover still makes me smile, because this book is fantastic.
I want to talk about the world these two fantastic authors created now, it's a world of hot as hell shapeshifter's. Mix that in with hot sex and action to the ninth degree and you have one smokin hot book. The authors of this book, created spectacular characters, I would have to say my favorite would have to be Mathias, of course, HOT that's all I'm going to say about him. Seriously if you want to know more about him, you will have to read the book.
The book starts off kind of sad with the main character morning her mothers death, while trying to move on she finds a box in her mothers things and in that box is a lot more than she thought she would find.
This is one book that totally fit for me, it has everything that I look for in a great paranormal romance. First it has the fantastic shapeshifters, great characters, and a plot to die for. What more can you ask for, fantastic writing, well that's there as well. I would recommend this book to any of my paranormal romance loving friends. Gayle Donnelly and Robyn Mackenzie are two authors that mesmerized me as I read this book and I can't wait for more of these characters. They know how to weave the details into a story where you can see everything happening while you read. But not so much that you can guess what's going to happen next, it's that perfect balance. So go get your copy today!
I would give Infinite Betrayal a Ali's Bookshelf