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A Hunger Like No Other by Kresley Cole
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Oct 06, 11

Read from October 03 to 06, 2011

I'll admit I was apprehensive at first. Lachlain starts off as angry and even violent. He doesn't even like Emma let alone care for her, and I'm usually not a fan of the whole "I hate you, now I love you" type of story. However Lachlain grabbed my heart, possibly even before he grabbed Emma's, and I came to understand his anger and route for the relationship. The paranormal aspects could be overwhelming to some who are unfamiliar with this genre. All of the different mythical creatures are simply mentioned as if you should know what they are without explanation. I wish I had known about the "Book of Lore" in the back with some definitions, but oh well. I figured it out as I read. Overall the story gripped me, the supporting characters added to the plot and the love story was satisfying. A good book.
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