Title: Fated Binds
Author: S.I. Hayes
Published Date: April 2nd 2016
Genre: Erotic Paranormal Romance
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Vampire Prince falls in love with raven haired beauty from afar…
Scratch that, this is not your mamma’s paranormal romance.
At Grigori University there is a different kind of student body. The Deviant Class. They are the things that kept you awake in the night; the dreams that held you close. From the vampires to Dragon born, Pure bloods and half, there is tension as they are pushed into the laps of human society.
Keegan Teague is a vampire Lord, a prince amongst his kind and the integration is his project, all was going well, until he is blindsided by a woman.
At first I was a little hesitant to read this because I’m always a little unsure about the BDSM lifestyle since it’s going to be different for everyone, but it wasn’t done in a harsh manner, it was done very tastefully. It also wasn’t the main focus of the story. Overall it is an erotic love story with BDSM thrown in a few times. I was really into the story and the humor was very quick and all the characters were really strong. It’s told in multiple perspectives and short chapters so it’s easy and quick to get each characters feelings known while also furthering the story.
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