Indigo is a not only second in command
to Hunter McCallum and a member of the Non-Human Protectors,
she’s a multimorph who is gifted, sometimes cursed, with
visions. Indigo, along with her demigod friend Aricles, has
been sent to investigate a murder at Sated Pleasures, an
unusual weight loss camp owned by Rickard, Prince of
Drestovia. But even her visions can’t fully prepare Indigo
for the devastating impact Rickard will have on her senses.
As mutual attraction begins to lead to love, danger
threatens the lovers. A killer, desperate to evade capture,
lies in wait. The clock is ticking. Will Indigo or Rickard
be the next victim of the crazed murderer?
After finishing Camille Anthony’s last
Werewulf Journals book, Hungry Pleasures, I was on
the edge of my seat waiting to read Sated Pleasures.
Happily, this story is even more engaging than the last.
Indigo and Rickard are interesting characters and I was
fascinated to learn about them. Though desire for one
another hits them instantly the moment they meet, I was
curious how Ms. Anthony would address this, given Rickard’s
love for his best friend, Pavel. She did so marvelously,
making me truly feel Rickard’s love for Indigo while never
diminishing what he and Pavel are and had once been to one
another. I finished Sated Pleasures confident
in Indigo and Rickard’s growing relationship and incredibly
eager to see them find happiness together.
The secondary characters (if they can
be called that) in Sated Pleasures are no less
interesting than Indigo and Rickard. To my delight, the
story brings closure to two romances from the previous
book. Unfortunately, it also made me insanely curious to
learn more about the utterly delicious Aricles and I find
somewhat impatiently waiting, hoping Ms. Anthony writes a
story for him.
For those new to Ms. Anthony’s Werewulf
Journals series, I recommend reading the previous book in
the series, Hungry Pleasures, before starting this
book. Sated Pleasures picks up right where
Hungry Pleasures left off and the plot from the previous
book is carried over to this one with minimal explanation.
As with the previous story, Sated Pleasures
ends without fully concluding, leaving me eager to read the
rest of Rickard and Indigo’s tale.