A Royal’s Pursuit by Makayla Roberts

A Royal’s Pursuit by Makayla Roberts
The Royal Gordanos Series Book 2
Publisher: Totally Entwined
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Full Length (267 Pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Reviewed by Sorrel

Family comes first. Desire second. At least, that’s how it’s supposed to be…

Lucian has better things to do than hunt down a creature who may or may not exist—a siren whose singing voice can heal anything. But with his brother’s life depending on his success, he sets out, only to be distracted by a woman whose beauty is enough to stir the desire he’d long ago thought was gone. Unfortunately, courting her is as dangerous as the enemy hunting them down, for Siovon would rip his heart out before allowing him to find her sister.

Siovon doesn’t trust Lucian, no matter how much his every touch ignites her passion. After being held captive for the last decade, she will do anything it takes to find and protect her sister—including lying to strike a deal with the handsome vampire. If giving up her life means Calysta would be safe, then so be it. However, the more time she spends with Lucian, the harder it becomes to ignore the powerful truemate call binding them together.
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The line between true love and duty to family becomes blurred in this battle of the hearts, but Siovon and Lucian will learn the hard way that some sacrifice might be worth it in the end. That is, if it doesn’t tear them apart first.

Not your normal run of the mill vampire story.

Let me state first, this is the second book in the series and I have not read the first book. There is a backstory to it and there were details that were apparent at first. It took time to understand. However, once I understood some of the backstory it was smooth sailing all the way.

Siovan is a siren with a past. A bloody past. Her past has made her wary and distrustful. But she does have a small group of ‘friends’ that she trusts. I love reading books with soft, sweet innocent heroines but I adore these stories about independent, kicka** heroines who knows how to solve their own problems. Siovan is an assassin that can fight with the best of them and probably win as well. Her search for her younger sister has lead her to Lucien, the vampire prince.

Lucien is not just a vampire. Or a prince. His family is more powerful than the average vampire. He met Siovan in search of a cure for him brother’s ‘ailment’.

I have not read the first book but I do believe that the characters from the first book appears in this as well. This plot is also a result of the first book. Or a continuation from the first book with a new couple. Therefore, I suggest reading in order. Nevertheless, the author did a wonderful job of trying to make this a book that can be read as a stand alone. There are multiple plots which keeps you on your toes and reading until the end. There are scenes of violence, slavery and torture, etc. Probable slavery and/or violence to children. So be careful if those things bother you.

Lucien and Siovan has a chemistry that blazes through it all. Their interaction makes me smile every time. Both of them have a warrior heart and the combination of passion makes it explosive. The secondary characters was a blast. Every one of these characters had facets that make you fall in love. They are as different as day and night.

Readers who love heroines with sass and attitude will love this.

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