Monday, June 6, 2016

Title: Fractured
Series: Deep In Your Veins #5
Author: Suzanne Wright

Since the moment Imani Prince joined the Grand High Vampires’ legion, she’s been drawn to the self-assured and darkly sexual Robert ‘Butch’ Richardson. Although he walked away from her a year ago after a short fling, she doesn’t judge him for his difficulties with relationships. But now he’s in her space, declaring that he wants her back and regrets his earlier mistakes. While Imani’s past is trying to interfere with the present and the threat of a war is looming, she has to decide whether to give him what he’s demanding: all she has to give. 

Butch has always struggled to connect with people, but something about the sensual and independent Imani pulls at him until she’s become an obsession that he simply can’t shake. But she was with another male, and watching them together was agonizing. When that relationship ends, Butch makes his move. Now he has to convince her to take a second chance on him, and he won’t leave her alone until she does. As far as he’s concerned, Imani’s his and has always been his. He just needs to make her see that. 

Warning: This book contains sarcasm, sexual scenes, a female with attitude, and an alpha male who has a problem with the word 'no'.


 Fractured begins when Imani and her friends end up in a bar fight. It wouldn't have been all that bad if the man she had a fling with wasn't the one to help break it up. But that's exactly what happened. And now, he wants another chance. But this time he's never letting her go. 

These two have to build trust in each other, and have to deal with all of their friends having something against them being together, but they are going to stand strong together no matter what. 

But that could end up being the least of their worries when the past comes back to bite them. 

This was a great addition to this series! I adored Imani and Butch together. They balanced each other out really well, and I enjoyed their banter as well. I also adored how Butch fought for Imani, it was amazing. 

It was also great to see previous characters from other books in this one as well. I also really liked the story line too. It held a lot of action, romance, and some major internal drama. And it ended with an HEA, and maybe a hint of a new book too. 
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