Mastyr Vampire Zephyr, a one-man fighting force, struggles to save the life of a woman who despises his warrior ways.
He won’t give up his warrior life to please a woman…
Zephyr can’t keep away from Alesia and feels obligated to keep her safe. They’d broken up, unable to reconcile painfully opposing views on what should be done to the evil Invictus pairs. But when several wraith-pairs attack her diner, he flies her to safety, taking her home where they’re trapped together for the entire day. His chronic blood-starvation problem surfaces and it soon becomes apparent that she’s the key to taking away decades of suffering. But if she offers to take care of his needs, will he be drawn in once more only to have her disapproval ruin the moment yet again?
Surrendering is dangerous…
Alesia wishes Zephyr would just leave her alone. She broke up with him months ago and wants to start a new life. The trouble is, he’s still the one man who can curl her toes. But when several deadly Invictus pairs attack her diner, Alesia has no choice but to go home with Zephyr, something she’s promised herself never to do. Trapped all day with the powerful warrior, she finds it hard to resist the comfort of his arms and the sensual feel of his lips pressed to hers. Will it hurt to offer to meet his blood-needs just this once or will surrendering leave her more vulnerable than ever?
Trapped features Alesia who is half human and half Fae. When the story begins, she is very much attracted still to her ex-lover Zephyr, a Mastyr vampire who helps stop the Invuctus pairs from killing. Problem is, Alesia is vehement that if cornered the evil pairs should be imprisoned and if possible rehabilitated. Zephyr can never see that working out and yes, here they are at an Impasse, both wanting the other and yet so very far apart.
The Mastyr vampires in these books have a huge problem as their hunger is never truly satisfied. Suffering pain from their chronic blood starvation, the only thing that makes a difference is binding with a blood rose but finding one is almost impossible. I'm sure you can guess where this is going so will not insult your intelligence, but no matter how very tempted by Zephyr (who is sex on legs), Alesia has a very valid reason to have a completely different opinion when it comes to killing the Invictus pairs and it looks like being insurmountable. Can this pair who obviously love each other find a way? One night will change everything as choices are made and there will be huge consequences!
Trapped was very short but flowed well and it's a series that has a unique and interesting take on the paranormal. I found the idea of rehabilitation to be a fresh one and wonder just where Ms Roane might go with it.
I was gifted a copy in exchange for an honest review.