The Hunger (Companion, #2)



Discover A Realm Where Anything Is Possible Where Peril And Passion Collide Where A Woman Is Tempted By A Man She Wants But Can Never Have A Man She Could Destroy With Just One Kiss Discover THE HUNGER An Undeniable Desire The Year Is 1811, And Vampire Beatrix Lisse Has Spent Six Hundred Years Trying To Atone For Her Sins.Yet She Can T Forget The One Man She Loved Many Centuries Ago Until She Meets John Staunton, The Earl Of Langley John Is London S Most Notorious Rogue, But He Sees An Innocence In Beatrix That She No Longer Believed Existed But Beatrix Can T Bring Herself To Reveal Her True Nature To John, Even After They Surrender To Their Fierce Passion It S Only After John Abandons Beatrix That She Learns He Has A Secret Of His Own Leads To Love That Burns Eternal An Undercover Spy For England, John S Mission Is To Find Out Who Is Behind The Sudden Shift In Power In The French Government If He Allows Himself To Get Too Close To Beatrix, John Knows He Ll Put Her Life In Danger But As John Gets Closer To Completing His Mission, The Very Person He Seeks Is None Other Than Beatrix S Centuries Old Rival With The World Unraveling Around Them, John And Beatrix Unite To Fight A Nemesis Whose Fury Has No Limit Even As Their Unquenchable Passion Grows Dangerous By The DayThe Hunger (Companion, #2)

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  • Paperback
  • 375 pages
  • The Hunger (Companion, #2)
  • Susan Squires
  • English
  • 06 March 2017
  • 0312998546

10 thoughts on “The Hunger (Companion, #2)

  1. says:

    I was excited to read this after loving the first book in this series, The Companion I did not like this one nearly as much I liked Beatrix in the first book, but in this one, she has vampire depression and is suicidal She has lost all joy in life and feels that everything has become repetitive She is ready to go to the vampire version of Alcoholics Anonymous, a monastery where vampires take the vow of not drinking anyblood , meditate, and live an ascetic life forever Then she me I was excited to read this after loving the first book in this series, The Companion I did not like this one nearly as much I liked Beatrix in the first book, but in this one, she has vampire depression and is suicidal She has lost all joy in life and feels that everything has become repetitive She is ready to go to the vampire version of Alcoholics Anonymous, a monastery where vampires take the vow of not drinking anyblood , meditate, and live an ascetic life forever Then she meets John.John is a spy I m not quite sure why they even started liking each other John was convinced she was the type of woman he didn t like Beatrix thought he was different a...

  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Well worth every one of the 4 stars This is the second book in the Companion Series but takes place before the story of The Companion so I guess you could read them in either order In this book we follow Beatrix who we first meet in the Companion and John, we also learnabout Asharti This story takes place during the time of the Napoleonic Wars and has it s fair share of espionage John is a spy who undertakes a dangerous mission which ultimately leads to his capture by the blood suck Well worth every one of the 4 stars This is the second book in the Companion Series but takes place before the story of The Companion so I guess you could read them in either order In this book we follow Beatrix who we first meet in the Companion and John, we also learnabout Asharti This story takes place during the time of the Napoleonic Wars and has it s fair share of espionage John is a spy who undertakes a dangerous mission which ultimately leads to his capture by the blood sucking sex addicted Asharti, h...

  3. says:

    Reviewed for THC Reviews The Hunger was another wonderful read in the Companion series Now that I ve read and loved three stories from this series, I m evenbaffled as to why it doesn t get higher ratings and why I don t hearabout this talented author Ms Squires deftly combines an intense plot with well drawn characters and an emotional romance She is also good at setting a scene with her descriptive narration and even throws in real historical figures as background characters and Reviewed for THC Reviews The Hunger was another wonderful read in the Companion series Now that I ve read and loved three stories from this series, I m evenbaffled as to why it doesn t get higher ratings and why I don t hearabout this talented author Ms Squires deftly combines an intense plot with well drawn characters and an emotional romance She is also good at setting a scene with her descriptive narration and even throws in real historical figures as background characters and weaves...

  4. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Fortsetzung von The Companion Hier wird die Geschichte von Beatrix erz hlt Bei einem Empfang in ihrem Londoner Salon wird sie aus ihrer Langeweile Lebensm digkeit gerissen durch John Langley Der scheinbar so wie sie ein Geheimnis zu verbergen hat Beide verwickeln sich zun chst in Streitgespr che, merken aber mit der Zeit, dass sie vom anderen fasziniert sind John muss auf eine Spionageaktion, in welcher er sich als H lftling auf ein brutales Gef ngnisschiff einschmuggelt Einzig der Gedanke Fortsetzung von The Companion Hier wird die Geschichte von Beatrix erz hlt Bei einem Empfang in ihrem Londoner Salon wird sie aus ihrer Langeweile Lebensm digkeit gerissen durch John Langley Der scheinbar so wie sie ein Geheimnis zu verbergen hat Beide verwickeln sich zun chst in Streitgespr che, merken aber mit der Zeit, dass sie vom anderen fasziniert sind John muss auf eine Spionageaktion, in welcher er sich als H lftling auf ein brutales Gef ngnisschiff einschmuggelt Einzig der Gedanke an Beatrix l sst ihn berleben, und er fasst nach seiner Flucht den Entschluss, sie wi...

  5. says:

    I feel like I missed something here Everything says that this is book 2 in the Companion Series, but it reads like it should be book 1 The set up and the story is set just before book 1, the evil Asharti, who we met in Book 1, is here again, but as we know her final fate and what happens here is hinted at in Book 1, there was no real suspense, plus we knew that the main character would survive her ordeal Unsure of whether this is a mistake or I am just not seeing it Anyway, I found myself sk I feel like I missed something here Everything says that this is book 2 in the Companion Series, but it reads like it should be book 1 The set up and the story is set just before book 1, the evil Asharti, who we met in Book 1, is here again, but as we know her final fate and what happens here is hinted at in Book 1, there was no real suspense, plus we knew that the main character would survive her ordeal Unsure of whether this is a mistake or I am just not seeing it Anyway, I found myself skipping over all the flashbacks i...

  6. says:

    This book was recommended to me by Vampire Don Henrie who is a live person I met over the radio when I interviewed him his manager some years ago over an online radio broadcast Don Henrie was not one to do a direct interview and so hung in the background while it was going on He answered questions through his manager Sarah Lester You can see him on the TV show MAD MAD HOUSE He claims to be a real vampire and does drink blood.Anyways, Don Henrie said this book, THE HUNGER , was his favorit This book was recommended to me by Vampire Don Henrie who is a live person I met over the radio when I interviewed him his manager some years ago over an online radio broadcast Don Henrie was not one to do a direct interview and so hung in the background while it was going on He answered questions through his manager Sarah Lester You can see him on the TV show MAD MAD HOUSE He claims to be a real vampire and does drink b...

  7. says:

    I didn t hate this book but I also wasn t so captivated by it that I had to keep reading until it was finished In fact, I had to force myself at times to keep reading which doesn t happen too often This is the first book that I...

  8. says:

    Brilliant readThis was another brilliant read, although I m thinking I should of read this book before book 1 as the mad, demented vamp Asharti is still alive and its set a few years before the first book The book has graphic scenes of torture and rape and also detailed sex scenes so...

  9. says:

    I have come to a realization that Susan Squires pretty much keeps writing the same book This isn t as good as The Companion and not as ridiculous as The Burning, but if you ve read them, you ve read this one.

  10. says:

    This wasn t a bad book but I really had to struggle to get through the first 100 pages after that it became a book I couldn t put down.

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