Devour, a Paranormal Romance (Warm Delicacy Series, Book 3) [NOOK Book]

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You never know how strong you are until something makes you choose between humanity, and the beast.

As Claire descended deep into the ancient tomb; laying to rest the bodies of the fallen, she wondered if time healed all wounds, would an eternity be long enough? Still recovering from a brutal attack that nearly killed her, she refused to let evil win. Pain and destruction glared at her everywhere she went. Nothing and no one would ever be safe...
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Devour, a Paranormal Romance (Warm Delicacy Series, Book 3)

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Overview

You never know how strong you are until something makes you choose between humanity, and the beast.

As Claire descended deep into the ancient tomb; laying to rest the bodies of the fallen, she wondered if time healed all wounds, would an eternity be long enough? Still recovering from a brutal attack that nearly killed her, she refused to let evil win. Pain and destruction glared at her everywhere she went. Nothing and no one would ever be safe until Baal was not only defeated, but destroyed. Fueled by her thirst for revenge, she traveled with her father to the ‘old world’, seeking the aide of a long forgotten ally. Will their quest for help lead to their salvation, or is it only the first step in their annihilation?

Other Books By Megan:
Warm Delicacy Series
Savor, Book 1
Indulge, Book 2
Devour, Book 3

Agents of Evil Series
Released, Book 1
Chaos, Book 2
Vengeance, Book 3 (Coming Soon!)

Falling From Eternity (A Paranormal Love Story) *Novella
Fighting For Eternity (A Paranormal Love Story) (Coming Summer 2013)
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016318929
  • Publisher: Self-Published
  • Publication date: 2/26/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 201,637
  • File size: 841 KB

Meet the Author

Megan is a professional nerd, oddity enthusiast and paranormal junkie. She is fighting her addiction to chocolate and living in her overactive imagination.
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  • Posted March 28, 2013

    It's been three books already and I'm still with the series. Tha

    It's been three books already and I'm still with the series. That truly says something about how good these books are. Although, I'm having a little falling out with Young Adult Paranormal. Let's just say, I'm getting tired of the endless loop of the same thing. But I didn't feel it when I read this installment from cover to cover.

    The book starts with a funeral. Not an ideal beginning but hey! It's got to start somewhere. All throughout the beginning, Megan puts in little bits and pieces of the previous books to remind us what is going on. And trust me, I needed those reminders. I'm one of those people who read more than 100 books every year and I only remember fragments of each book I've read.

    In this installment, we go on a journey with Claire as she learns how to control her rage and hatred towards the one man who took many friends and lives away from Claire. Claire is intolerable in the beginning and once you get used to her again. You begin to like her and agree with the decisions she makes though my favorite character was Bennett and Robin. Even I started to grow a soft spot for Liz (Claire's Best friend). Every time a new/old male character meets Liz, I wonder which one of them will end up with her. It's a hard one to guess, that's for sure!

    Megan's writing has progressed so much since the first few books I've read of hers and I absolutely loved how constructive and pro she is now. The dialogue and terminology is unique as Megan created a whole different world just for this series.

    The plot is thick and filled with all kinds of plot twists and thrilling moments that seriously keeps you hooked until the very end of the book. If I had a dollar for every swear word I said throughout the duration of the book. I would be rich! Okay, maybe I'm exaggerating a little. I can't help it. It was really that thrilling.

    Overall, Devour is an amazing installment to the Warm Delicacy. It was filled with depth, sadness, rage, thrilling and romantic moments that really keeps you reading till the end of the book. Now, I'm left wondering. What is next for Claire?

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 22, 2013

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    I think this is my favorite of the three books in this series.  

    I think this is my favorite of the three books in this series.  Claire really grew as a character in this story, taking responsibility for her mistakes and learning to open up.  There was a lot of story lines to keep up with, but I liked learning about other groups of characters.  Some of the characters that we knew from the other books had more of a part in of the main story in this book and I really liked that.  There were also some new characters that added a ton to the story.  I truly have loved this series.




    Things to love about Devour...




    ---Arrick and Claire.  Despite the fantasy aspect, their own love story was very sweet and loving.  It made for some anticipation as we wait for Claire's head to catch up with her heart.




    ---Liz.  I liked Liz from the beginning so it was nice to have more of her.  I also liked that we got to see a bit of her less confident and sure side.




    Things I wanted more of...




    ---More Warm Delicacy!  There was a bit of an unexpected cliffhanger that made me want more from the series!




    My recommendation:  Love, love, love all things Megan Duncan!  If you like YA and fantasy/vampires, this is a great series to read!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 1, 2013

    Finally!!! I was so stoked to get to read this book. I impatie

    Finally!!! I was so stoked to get to read this book. I impatiently waited and think I even told Megan to write faster :) I had to know what happened after Indulge. The first two books in this series, Savor and Indulge were great and this book didn't let me down.

    I love Claire. She's always there to try and save the people she loves. She's has a strong personality and is a firecracker. Then there's Arrick....mmmm...how perfect is he? I would be the luckiest girl in the world if I was Claire. I like how protective he is of Claire, yet respects the heck out of her.

    This book didn't include Robin as much, but Claire got to explore her friendship with Liz more. I liked that they brought her into the fold. She was just what the book needed as far as characters went.

    Baal? Ugh, she did a great job making him the villian. The way she wrote him, I wanted to reach into the pages and strangle him. Then there is Ana. I hope there is a fourth book, because I want to see more of what Ana is up to. I wasn't a fan of Titan or Ronon so that kind of killed some of the books excitement for me personally.

    Overall, this was an awesome book. If you have read the other two books in the series, you wont be dissapointed in this addition to the series. Hold on to your hats everyone, because this one was a wild ride! It was a fantasticYA paranormal romance and I give it four glittery stars!!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 16, 2014

    Yeah

    We need a fourth book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2014

    Fantastic book

    This book is amazing the characters are captivating and the story pulls you in holding you entranced till the very last page. The perfect ending to a great series A must read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 20, 2013

    Great

    Cant wait for more! Loved the series

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  • Posted August 30, 2013

    Highly recommended

    loved the story and the characters

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2014

    Book5?

    Anybody c it? Its so heartbreaking as well as frustrating to support an author that will not cont. A series? Just wanna knw why?

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  • Posted May 1, 2013

    4.5/5 Stars. With Claire and her people recovering after the dev

    4.5/5 Stars.
    With Claire and her people recovering after the devastating battle in Indulge, and to stop any further attacks by the evil vampire Baal, Claire and her Father travel to another region to request the assistance of Titan, an old friend of her Father's.
    While there she also meets Titan's son Ronon whom is a very special vampire just like Claire who is just as powerful in his own right.
    There is a reunion between Liz, Robin and Dmitry and whilst losses were suffered on both sides and they grieve their loved ones they accompany Claire back to her home and it was a delight to see them all together again, especially Liz who I have a feeling will end up together with Bennett and the possible relationship between Robin and Dmitry.
    Claire is also having to learn to control her anger, constantly feeling it rising up inside her, Arrick is the balm who calms her down, and if Claire would only admit her feelings, their relationship can get on track.
    I have heard that there will be another book in the series and I can't wait to see what Claire and Co will get up to next, however I'm pretty sure that whatever it is that Ana will certainly make an appearance.
    I very much enjoyed this one and I recommend everybody picks this series up.

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  • Posted April 30, 2013

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     I love how we get to meet more and more characters in each book

     I love how we get to meet more and more characters in each book. In Devour, we traveled to the desert and met Titan and his son, Ronon. I liked Ronon quite a bit. I'm probably not supposed to because he's a moose of a man who's cocky, and arrogant, and not always very nice, but I couldn't help it. I got worried because I thought this was the final book in the series, but I was snooping around Megan Duncan's blog and was very happy to find there is another book in the works! The ARC of Devour by Megan Duncan was provided to me by the SupaGirl Tours for review. The opinions are my own.

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