Devi (Matefinder, #2). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Devi (Matefinder, #2)

Devi by Leia Stone

My rating: 4 of 5 stars.

When Aurora found out that the vampires were after her blood to procreate, she thought she knew her mission. Take out the vampires and live happily ever after with Kai and their pack. But when the witches discover something about her, everything changes. Maybe Aurora doesn’t have as much control over her fate as she thought and sometimes allies become enemies. Aurora and Kai must defy all odds if their future is to end in happiness. 

Devi

Great story but lacks romantic heat!

This book was as good as the first in the series. I still wanted more romance and intimacy from the two main characters. The few love scenes were pretty much glossed over with hardly a word about it even though they held back for a book and a half and didn’t do the deed until a few nights before the wedding.

Aside from the lack of romance, Aurora and Kai are mates and love each other, so they fight for each other throughout the book. The story continues on where the first book ended. The Vampires want to use Aurora to bring them fertility because she is the Matefinder. It just takes a bit of her blood, but she is infertile until after the mating ceremony so she is still reluctant to set a date.

Also there is a covert government organization which has been watching the supernaturals for year and they don’t want the mating ceremony to take place. Vampires are already killing humans at alarming rates and when the pack finds out why, it becomes even more important to have a war between the wolves and the vampires. They have to do it to make sure the vampires don’t get to Aurora but also to protect humans.

The story is good and like the first book, there is a lot of action and a lot of different supporting characters. Despite the lack of steam in the book, I really liked the story and especially the powers that some of these wolves have.

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