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Review by Wicked Reads
Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team Erica – ☆☆☆☆☆ Mating Dance is the fifth installment in the Alien Blood Wars series. If you're new to the series, I strongly suggest reading Blood Dance first, then read the series in order, because everything ties together. FINALLY! DEMI! We've watched hybrid Demi grow up over the past four books, going from a spoiled brat to a selfless young man who saved Daffyd's life. With a massive crush on Detective Trey Duncan, Demi has an uphill battle of independence, because his fathers don't want him to grow up and his crush doesn't see him as a grown man. Trey is struggling with his reaction to the feeding at the end of the previous novel. Being a middle-aged human, Trey feels like a pervert for the affection and desire he feels toward Demi, seeing the young man as the age of his emotional maturity... For the full review, check out the blog post=> http://bit.ly/WRMatingDance Reviewers were provided a free copy of this book to read and review.
Review by MerissaArchaeolibrarian
This was a great read, with plenty of action going on, and I don't necessarily mean between the sheets. Oh, don't get me wrong - there is tension aplenty, but Trey has his reasons, and you fully understand the why's and wherefore's of how he feels. I thought this was explained exceptionally well, giving the reader a deeper insight into one of the main characters. With no editing or grammatical errors that I noticed, I did enjoy this book, but like I've said, I would like to read the previous books in this series, just so I understand all the other relationships properly. The story was intricate and intriguing, and the characters are fully dimensional. I haven't yet read a 'bad' book by Samantha Cayto, and this one was a page-turner from beginning to end. I definitely recommend this book, on the proviso you have read the prior ones first.