Review of Control (Predator & Prey #3) by James D Horton


Do you see what I see…?


Genre: Paranormal Romance

Book Length (Est.): 283 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

Two weeks have passed since Lily became a vampire and things couldn’t be worse. She is starving, out of control, and Wolf has vanished. Her maker, Athene, is patient, but fails to help Lily tame the beast within. After Lily’s introduction to Society goes horribly wrong, she is sent to train with Griogar, a narcissistic vampire with questionable tactics.

A powerful member of Society, John Genosoa, has secretly arranged for Wolf’s mate to return. The distraction works. Wolf and Luna’s reunion is passionate, yet laced with memories of insurmountable loss. Even so, neither is able to refuse the animalistic magnetism drawing them together.

When Lily reaches a new low during a session with Griogar, Wolf reappears. She’s furious, but vulnerable to his charm and follows him beneath the City. Lily finds out Wolf has spent ages chasing a legendary tale of transcendence and discovers who has been keeping him away.

Lily is forced to put aside her heartache when Genosoa’s plan threatens the City’s inhabitants. Genosoa’s magic is strong, but not strong enough to keep the existence of vampires a secret from humans. He needs souls to sacrifice.

Wolf, Lily and Luna are dispatched by the Keeper and must act fast to stop the killing of innocents. Screams of agony and a scene of destruction greet them, but they are confronted with a much more sinister obstacle and it’s too late to turn back. What begins as a battle turns into an all-out war for their very survival.

Ancient histories are told, myths are revealed and dangerous paths are taken in Control, the highly anticipated third installment in the Predator & Prey series by author James D. Horton.

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

Athene still seems a little crazy, but there’s definitely something going on with her that will soon have to reveal itself.

Wolf remains the man of little words. His actions speak loudly though. With the return of his mate and the chemistry between them things heat up extremely fast, but at the same time he has these feelings for Lily that he just can’t push aside.

Luna has had so many things torn from her and the line she’s meant to walk isn’t the easiest, but she’s strong and she does the best she can. With her being Wolf’s mate I really wanted to hate the fact that she was back in the picture, but despite my hesitancy I couldn’t help but like her.

Now that Lily has officially become Lynx she’s trying to figure out how to control the beast inside her. For someone who can easily see the beast in others she’s have a difficult time seeing her own. However, others are getting glimpses of her true power and she does not like that one bit. She’ll begin coming into her own gifts and unique is putting it mildly.

I love the Predator & Prey series and cannot wait for it to continue. Call me a hopeless romantic, but I still want to see Lily and Wolf together.

“He may not love me back but I love this man. The man, not the beast. I barely know the man, I know his beast better, but under that I see a man who is loyal, who will do anything to protect those he loves and I know that in his way he loves me.” 

My Favorite Moment: There was no better moment than when Lynx meets the Regent at her ball. Now that was one hell of a greeting. 

Jenn 4 Heart

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.




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2 responses to “Review of Control (Predator & Prey #3) by James D Horton

  1. Thank you! I really appreciate all your work to review authors and am so glad you’ve enjoyed the stories so far!

  2. You’re welcome. Pleasure’s all mine. ~Jenn

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