Dark Alpha's Hunger
Dark Alpha's Hunger is the sixth paranormal romance novel in New York Times bestselling author Donna Grant's Reapers series featuring a brotherhood of elite assassins who wage war on the Fae at Death's behest--and the women who change their hearts.
There is no escaping a Reaper. I am an elite assassin, part of a brotherhood that only answers to Death. And when Death says your time is up, I’m coming for you...
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Dark Alpha’s Hunger was a great addition to the Reaper series and I was very excited to see that a certain lost reaper has now been found and that he was saved by an enchanting female who has a ... Read full review
Dark Alpha’s Hunger by Donna Grant
I have a feeling that the last Reaper, Cael, who has not met his mate may do so in the coming book BUT, that said, there are six new Reapers and a new character or two that have appeared in this book so who knows what will happen next. I do see an eventual battle between Bran and Death and perhaps a few others but will it be in the next book or not?
In this book I loved the way Eoghan emerges almost as if being birthed from the earth and all because of Thea’s violin playing and drawing him out. I enjoyed their story – though short – and was happy they found a way to be together. I wonder if the “humans” in the story will make an appearance again in the future…the humans that were part of Thea’s musical group. And, as many Reapers as are finding true love and getting to be with their mates I now wonder why Death REALLY had Bran’s woman killed so many many years ago…anyway…
This was an entertaining story that had good and evil pitted against one another, was filled with action, continued the Reaper saga and sets the reader u for what may soon be an epic battle. I can’t wait to see how it will all work out. At some point I would like to read this series from beginning to end but even without having done so I found this to be an enjoyable book to read.
Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Press for the ARC – This is my honest review.