working her regular shift until Enforcer Cassair decided to
drop in. Too bad he didn’t realize this Kol’dun witch was
not going down without a fight. Her slate was clean and
after surviving her ruthless ex-lover, Feur, she had more
than earned the right to be left alone.
determined to use any means necessary to track down the
renegade Kol’dun who’s been murdering women by feeding off
their life-force. Aine gains more leverage by using the
attraction that Cassair feels for her—and that she
returns—to control the situation, knowing full well that he
can haul her in at anytime for illegally using magic. This
lands her into deeper trouble and her choices become fewer
by the moment. Not that she’s complaining. Cassair is
pretty darn hot for an Enforcer.
intrigued me the most about Sexsomniac
was the use of technology and magic, along with the fact
that Cassair has access to both because he is half-human and
half-Kol’dun. It allows for more flexibility, while
ensuring that he is not invincible. This means when his
gifts are combined with Aine’s, who is a full-blood Kol’dun,
they make a dynamic duo in the bedroom and out. Cassair and
Aine are always ready to cover one another’s back. In this
sense, they share courage and a code of honor. There’s
loads of action and sexual tension fueling the plot, too.
Feur is irredeemable and frightening, so it’s pretty
impressive that Aine managed to escape her relationship with
him. Sexsomniac holds uniqueness for the
setting, with an interesting subplot that made me want to
know more about the Kol’dun, Aine and Cassair which means
this series has a very promising start.