Review: Book: Hypnotizing Beat- Katherine McIntyre


Title: Hypnotizing Beat

Series: Discord’s Desires #2

Author’s Name: Katherine McIntyre

Publisher: Evernight Publishing

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Page Count: 208 Pages


Author or Book Website: N/A

Link to Amazon purchase page: Hypnotizing Beat

Link to Goodreads: Hypnotizing Beat

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: ARC

Summary of the Book:

Danica Maslanka is a survivalist at heart, and after the way she screwed over the guys of Discord’s Desire in their time of need, Trevor Arceneaux wants nothing to do with her. Except when their tour brings them to Sin City and they run into Danica once more, he can’t get the leannan sidhe off his mind.

She’s in dire straits, hunted by the same man who enslaved Trevor for most of his life. He doesn’t trust her for a heartbeat, but he also can’t turn away someone in such a similar circumstance as his own. As their path leads them closer to a confrontation against his former owner, Trevor’s loathing for Danica strips away until he finds himself falling for the tough, independent woman. Danica betrayed them once, but as something real blossoms between them, if she backstabs them this time, his trust will be shattered for good.

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. This is the second book in a series that focus on the members of Discord’s Desire a fae band. We are now in Las Vegas where the band crosses paths with Danica once again. She is on the run from the same person that one held Trevor captive for a long time. The two plan to work together to being this person down. Trevor is not sure he can trust her after what she has done. (If you are not sure what I am talking about you have to read the first one first). I like that each book focuses on a different couple in each one, but I would recommend that you read them in order. There did feel like there was somethng missing from this book. Maybe some more back ground or a story line. It felt incomplete, but did not stop me from loving the characters and the antics they go up to.

My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars

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