Her Vampire Husband (Wicked Games #3)
Genre: Paranormal Romance
She may resist his bite, but she can't resist his charms...
Werewolf princess Blu won't allow her seductive husband to consummate their marriage with his bite, marking her forever. Blu curses the marriage arranged to bring their rival nations together, especially since Creed calls out to her darkest desires.
Yet when Blu uncovers her pack's secret plot to destroy the vampire nation - and Creed - she is forced to confront her growing feelings for him. Will she choose the only life she's ever known or accept his sensuous bite?
Blu a werewolf and a princess to boot is set up with a vampire in an arranged marriage to appease her father who happens to also be the pack-leader, which she is not happy about because she wants to be with her lover Ryan. Creed, a vampire elder who possesses witch magic, isn’t joyous over the situation himself, the vampire tribe deeming it the best thing to do to promote unity. To Creed’s credit he didn’t try to force Blu into bed after their marriage, he had honour and respect. I like Blu’s sassy nature and quick wit, the fact she is a female werewolf also makes her very rare. Though neither of them will admit it their innocent jabs and flirting lurks a heat and desire they both share for each other which would become an issue because in face the werewolves had no intention of keeping the peace between the vampire tribe and werewolf tribe, the marriage is all a decoy, just as she overhears that the vampires have no intention of keeping up their end of the bargain. The more time Blu spends with Creed and the respect he shows her the more she questions her past back in the tribe, Ryan and they way she was treated by him and her father, used for his own gai, tossed around like she didn’t mean anything. When the farce of the marriage and plots come out in the open both are shocked to learn of each other’s tribes intentions, and the fact that Blu and Creed have both fallen in love with each other, so they team up to try and prevent the coup from happening. Everything works out in the end, but not without lots of bloodshed and agony. This book surprised me and I found myself completely enthralled, I couldn’t stop reading.