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Sometimes, life doesn’t begin until after you’re dead.

Days stretch out in a series of predictable steps. A to B to C to A. Work. Friends. Life. But for some people, it’s not enough. It’s not enough for D. Possessed of a ravenous hunger for more, he’s at a loss for how to find it.

Until he meets Cielle. She’s everything he’s looking for: new and exciting.

And a vampire, which he’s less crazy about.

But when “new and exciting” Turns him, D is forced into an undead life he never anticipated. Trying to adjust to this new existence is hard enough, but he’s about to get more than he ever bargained for.

Will it be enough to sate his hunger?

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    Voracious Reviews

  • Carrie Slager

    [Full disclosure: I obtained a free ebook through the blog tour for the series but was under no obligation to review it. As always, this review is honest.]Sometimes collaborations between authors work...

  • Laura Thomas

    D is a reluctant vampire. He is lured by a mysterious and beautiful woman to a vampire bar. He really should have known better. I guess a few too many drinks left him with his guard down. He hates fan...

  • Danielle Forrest

    This book was more serious than the first book in the series, Cameron's Law. Darker, but still funny in places. It had a poetry to it I really liked. A flow and flair that appealed to me.I liked D, th...

  • W. Tinkanesh

    'Welcome to Adelheid' is a series of books where being a supernatural being is legal, and vampires, werewolves, and other shapeshifters, can live out in the open. This reminded me of the set-up for La...

  • Scott

    Voracious by Mia Darien is the third book in the Adelheid series. The great thing about this series is the wide variety of characters. Instead of focusing on a specific person or few person the series...

  • Merissa (Archaeolibrarian)

    I received this book from Masquerade Book Tours in return for a fair and honest review.After loving the first two books in this series, I was hoping for the same with this one. What I got was somethin...

  • M.L. Sexton

    I was not really a fan of this book, although it had a great storyline. Cielle turned D against his will because she knew he possessed something great and turns out, he did. He turned Cassandra and sh...

  • Kyra Dune

    For me, three stars for this book was a bit of a stretch. It's all right, but the storyline isn't as interesting as in the previous books. I liked D well enough, and Cassandra too, but I felt, again, ...

  • Liz Donatelli

    This novel should be called INSATIABLE because I could not get enough. Mia Darien is a storyteller extraordinaire! Darien's ability to create preternatural characters with humanity and humor is what m...

  • Jessica

    I love Adelheid. And I really really like 'D'. One word draws you to another and at no point is it boring or crappy. That's how reading should be. ...