Monday, June 29, 2015

Undying Hunger (The Enclave #4) by Jessica Lee

All she can remember is hunger...for him.

A year ago, Alexandria Stevens strode through the doors of Wicked Ways and into the arms of a man—a monster, really—who stole everything from her. Her memory. Her life. Now she's a creature of darkness with only hazy images in her mind of that night and a confusing jumble of emotions. A fierce hate...and an even fiercer desire for Markus Santini.

Markus has walked through this world for more than a hundred years, knowing exactly who and what he was, until Alexandria undid it all. Undid him. When a former vampire colleague threatens one of the Enclave’s own, Markus is needed—but only as the dark, powerful creature he once was. And in order to become that, he must find the arms of a woman who despises him with every breath she can no longer take.

My review:
Can Markus ever be forgiven? He changed Alex into a vampire, controlled her and then wiped her memories.  He had his reasons and they weren’t all altruistic. But circumstances have changed and he needs to forgive himself in order to keep her safe even if she can’t/won’t forgive him.  They never counted on love.  Jessica Lee has spun a wonderful tale of love and redemption among the members of the enclave. I loved this story from the fabulous cover to the very end. Though this is book four in the series it can be read standalone but I bet you will be backlist binging after.

ARC provided by publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review

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Jessica Lee said...

Thank you for your interest in the Enclave and for your lovely review! I'm so thrilled you enjoyed Markus and Alex's story. :)

Mary Kirkland said...

Oh this sounds like my type of story for sure. I do love my vampires.