Eternal Hunger by Ainsley Evans (Review by Melanie, #NerdGirlVamp)

Title: Eternal Hunger

Author: Ainsley Evans

Published Date: October 28th 2016

Genre: Historical Paranormal


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A desire that won’t be denied…

London, 1860.

It’s the night of the Masked Ball, one of the most elegant events among London society and a chance for Emily Adams to pretend she’s someone else. Someone who isn’t penniless and hailing from a scandalized family. Someone who hasn’t been told by doctors she has less than a year to live. Behind the mask, Emily can put painful recollections aside and focus on her mission: to find a man to give her a first kiss.

A hunger that can’t be tamed . . .

Malcolm MacRoyce is on a different kind of hunt, one he knows all too well. A ball among English aristocracy is the last place the immortal Highlander would expect to find himself, but tonight he’s in pursuit of one of his kind who’s been terrorizing London—leaving a trail of bloody murders in his wake. Since Malcolm was cursed centuries ago, he has lived by a strict code and has sworn vengeance on those responsible for his transformation, a vengeance that has gone unsatisfied —until he meets what he has waited centuries for: the reincarnation of the woman he’d once loved…the same woman who damned him.

After a chance meeting in a shadowy garden, Emily can’t deny the attraction between her and the mysterious Scotsman. But can she trust this stranger who looks at her as if he knows her very soul? Or shake the sense that Fate is playing a game with them both.

Some desires last a lifetime—this one is eternal.

***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***Melanie, #NerdGirlVamp Review***
This is my first book by new to me author Ainsley Evans and it definitely won’t be the last. I LOVE a good vampire story and that is exactly what this is. A few tricks and turns in there that I really appreciated and yes this is a stand alone so you can read to your hearts content knowing that you are going to get a final ending.

Actually, without spoilers, the ending is actually what stopped this being a true 5 star read for me, but that is PURELY my personal feelings on the matter, because the writing was excellent. So this is my compromise so that the book get’s the 5 stars that it should probably have – but I satisfy my pet peeve.

If you love vampires, and a real historical romance (think Outlander feeling, but with vampires) then this book is definitely for you!

4 1/2 rounded up to 5 stars from me!



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  • Becky VanGinkel

    I love historical romances, but I’ve never read any vampire stories before. Outlander is one of my faves though, and this book sounds awesome! Going to add it to my TBR list :)

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