Review: Emergence (Sever the Crown 1)

Emergence
(Sever the Crown #1)
by Mysti Parker & Lindsey R. Loucks

One rightful vampire queen. Five irresistible vampire men. Together, they’ll sever the crown – or maybe the traitor’s head that wears it.

Wren has a dark obsession—to find her mother’s murderers before they find her. Every new singing gig brings her closer to crossing their names from her list.

When a detective shows up with a new lead, she jumps at the chance with fangs bared.

But to get the info they need, they’ll have to bust someone out of jail.

Sure. No problem.

Ashe has just been framed for high crimes against the Southern Vampire Clan—but he’s not exactly innocent either.

While waiting for his fate, a five-pointed star tattoo appears on his wrist, similar to the tattoo of a stunning platinum-haired vampire. The sudden attraction between them is undeniable. Better yet, she’s just offered to free him.

Sounds like a great deal. So what’s the catch?

Turns out, as their enemies close in, the catch could very well be their lives.


My first reverse harem story by Mysti Parker and it’s awesome. I must admit, at first I was hesitant to try harem (or reverse harem, for that matter!) because I prefer one-man woman, and one-woman man kind of relationships. But authors Mysti and Lindsey Loucks made this paranormal romance exciting, fun and thrilling and got me hooked to this supernatural story that I forgot all about that harem-scarem-bitchem mentality that I was initially afraid of.

Wren, aka Melody Songsmith got a list of people that deserved her wrath and revenge. She wasn’t aware about other vampires except for her and her mom. The mom she never realized was the Queen of vampires. It was only when she met Zac and helped release another vampire (or more like, helped him escape) named Ashe did she finally learned about her true identity and her life just had just gotten more dangerous than ever.

Emergence, book 1 of the Sever the Crown series proved to be quite an interestingly fangs-tastic read. Sure, it ends with a cliffhanger and I’ve got no complaints although I can’t wait to sink my teeth on to the second book!!

 

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