Undeniable [NOOK Book]

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The best defense is no match for desire this hot…

Dark Frontier, Book 1

Kate McKinnon’s Sanctuary is an island of refuge in a western frontier shrouded in post-apocalyptic chaos. Her only escape from her crushing responsibilities is occasional radio contact with other pockets of survivors. Especially one man whose deep, raspy voice cuts through her exhaustion, straight to her heart. A man whose face she has ...

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Overview

The best defense is no match for desire this hot…

Dark Frontier, Book 1

Kate McKinnon’s Sanctuary is an island of refuge in a western frontier shrouded in post-apocalyptic chaos. Her only escape from her crushing responsibilities is occasional radio contact with other pockets of survivors. Especially one man whose deep, raspy voice cuts through her exhaustion, straight to her heart. A man whose face she has only imagined.

When she and her ranch hands are surrounded by renegades, she doesn’t recognize the leader of the militaristic band that rescues them, but knows that voice.

Ty Bennett is already half in love with the human woman whose voice haunts his dreams. His impulsive offer to add muscle to the Sanctuary’s defenses is dangerous to them both. Helping her may redeem some of his sins, but proximity only increases his hunger to possess her—body, soul…and blood.

Without hesitation, she welcomes Ty and his men into the Sanctuary…only to discover the reason why they only ride at night. Yet the survival instinct that screams at her to drive them off is no match for Ty’s seductive powers. Or the need for protection from the threat that howls at Sanctuary’s gates.

Warning: Expect a dark, violent world where a vampire driven by uncontrollable lusts strikes a bargain with a strong woman willing to succumb to the carnal pleasures only a vampire can provide.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781609284886
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 6/14/2011
  • Series: Dark Frontier , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 84
  • Sales rank: 97,063
  • File size: 770 KB

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  • Posted August 10, 2011

    Hot Read

    It's the end of the world as we know it. In Delilah Devlin's newest novella, Undeniable, darkness has taken over. Humans fight to survive; standing against werewolves waiting at their doors. Food is scarce and trust is something that has to be earned.

    Kate McKinnon knows this all too well. Her ranch, Sanctuary, is exactly as the name implies; a haven for those who need protection from the werewolves that kill without hesitation. Unfortunately, supplies are dwindling and it won't be long before all of those who turn to her are starving. Assistance is offered by Ty Bennett, a man she's maintained radio contact with for years. After she's placed into danger, she has no choice but to accept the bargain he offers. He'll transport her people to safety, but he demands one thing in return - her.

    Ty Bennett isn't entirely human, and he knows eventually he'll have to tell Kate his secret. Despite his promise to see the people under her care to safety, he also knows he can't keep his hands off the woman he's dreamed about for years. Although she welcomes his touch, his embrace, and everything he has to offer physically, it's her blood he yearns for most.

    Undeniable has an interesting premise involving werewolves, vampires, and the western frontier. The beginning of the story sets the tone. The heroine, Kate, is strong-willed and determined to protect those under her care. The threat is very real, with werewolves devouring livestock she protects and keeping the people under her roof on the brink of starvation. When Ty arrives to rescue her from an attack by renegades, their chemistry is off the charts. He wants her, she wants him, and it's obvious. Usually this is a good thing in erotic romance, as a hero and heroine who don't deny their attraction to each other heighten anticipation. In this case, however, the lack of character development causes the story to become less about romance, more about sex, and leaves a lot to be desired.

    Due to the length of the work, the reader is left to question how Ty was made, where he truly comes from, how things work at his compound, and what will happen when he takes Kate to a better, safer place. The reader is quite literally dropped into the story, forced to accept the situation, and is left with a cliffhanger ending that leaves everything open to chance. That being said there are positive aspects to Undeniable. The heat between Kate and Ty is scorching. The intimate scenes between the two sizzle, and the flame doesn't stop burning until the last page is turned. The world Ms. Devlin has created is fascinating and pulls the reader into the story quickly. With witty dialogue and a fast pace, erotic romance enthusiasts will soar through Undeniable in one sitting.

    Fans of paranormal romance with a western flair and a lot of sexual intensity are sure to enjoy Undeniable. Although many things are not clarified in the first story, perhaps they will be revealed later in the series.

    Originally posted at Whipped Cream Reviews

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 27, 2011

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    Not even Sanctuary is safe

    In post-apocalyptic Texas, Kate and her ranch hands fight to save Sanctuary from the weres threatening their people and their livestock. Kate has her head and straight and leads her people with a stubborn will to survive, but soon even being hard-headed won't be enough to make it by. Help comes by way of mystery man, Ty, who seems to be too good to be true. Kate knows that it's not just the ranch at stake, but the people she protects, and her heart. Alone for too long, she desires what the voice on the other end of the radio projects: love and safety. But will it come at a price? This is my first Delilah Devlin book, but it won't be my last. The book is well-written with enough erotica between suspense and drama that it's not just a typical romance novel. But when the characters get together, the action is HOT. The story keeps building and leaves room so that the reader desires more of what the characters have to offer.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 1, 2011

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    Amazing new twists on the paranormal

    I loved this new concept of the dark and sexy paranormal world. This book is a refreshing new twist on creatures of the night. Oh, I must not forget that this book is so, perfectly, scroching hot!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 4, 2011

    Felt like I was missing something

    I like the concept of this story: It's the Wild West, but with pickup trucks and electricity. This post-Apocalyptic tale has cowboys, werewolves, soldiers and vampires, which sounds like a lot of good stuff, but I felt like there was just something missing here. I honestly can't say what it was. Possibly it's just that the ending seemed a little abrupt, although it *is* #1 in a series and the end came at a logical point. Something just didn't seem right, but I can't put my finger on it.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 16, 2011

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    Great book, Dark & Sexy!

    Devlin delivers another great romance. Combining Cowboys and paranormal. This tale is deliciously sexy. Strong heroine with an even stronger male that can handle her. The story is original which is hard in the paranormal world but with Devlins' erotic writing expertise this one is a home run. Can't wait for the next.

    Also you can't beat the price, usually you get a too short of a story for this amount but Devlin delivers a dark wickedly sexy story for the price of a cup of coffee (the kind I drink anyway).

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 18, 2012

    Good

    Good story line but wish it was longer.

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