Micah's Bride

Micah's Bride

by Donya Lynne
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Micah's Bride

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Micah's Bride 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous 22 days ago
Finally Sam becomes Mrs. Black and gets her fairytale wedding, complete with a glitter fairy princess and a growling ring bear!
Sandy-thereadingcafe 22 days ago
4.5 stars--wonderfully written and superbly animated series 4.5 stars--MICAH’S BRIDE is the ninth instalment in Donya Lynne’s contemporary, adult ALL THE KING’S MEN paranormal, romance series focusing on a group of vampire warriors, who work for AKM -a group of elite vampire warriors and mutant vampires brought together to save the humans and rid the world of the drecks- hybrid vampire shape shifters. This is Micah Black and his mate Samantha Garrett’s continuing story. MICAH’S BRIDE can be read as a stand alone but for cohesion and back story I recommend reading the series in order. Told from dual third person perspectives (Micah and Sam) MICAH’S BRIDE focuses on a day in the life of a warrior vampire as he prepares for the wedding to his human bride. Vampires don’t do weddings but Samantha Garrett is human, and Micah is h*ll bent on giving his mate everything that she wants. With a ‘secret’ wedding on the horizon, all of the AKM vampires, their mates and the notorious King Bain want in on the surprise. MICAH’S BRIDE also take a quick look at Trace’s ‘calling’-the male vampire’s equivalent of going into ‘heat’; and the potential fall out between Arion and Severin when Micah’s makes Arion an offer he can’t resist, to join his team of Black Ops, to ferret out the man who almost destroyed his life. MICAH’S BRIDE is a quick read; an endearing and heartfelt look at the vampires we love; at one male’s promise to the woman he loves; and another male’s realization that he wants it all. The premise is charming and captivating; the characters are familiar, colorful and bewitching; the romance is energetic. Donya Lynne adds another dimension to her superbly written and wonderfully animated series about vampires and the women (and men) they love.
Anonymous 24 days ago
I enjoyed this short story in the series. I say 4ish stars because it really was short. Less than 90 pages, with no real conflicts. I'm looking forward to the next one, but after reading this I'm going to go reread book one where they met.