Saturday, October 26, 2013

Review: Wild Hyacinthe by Nola Sarina, Emily Faith

About The Book:

Wild Hyacinthe
Title: Wild Hyacinthe
Authors: Nola Sarina, Emily Faith
Release Date: 4th November

A deadly lover. His perfect mate. Asher is everything Aria's never dared to imagine: sexy, confident, and rich. But if she convinces him to take her to his bed... her first time may be her last.

Incubus Asher Chain seduces every woman he meets whether he wants to or not, and refuses to let anyone grow close to him. Until the alluring, tattooed waitress Aria Hyacinthe admits she’s been living in her car. Enthralled by her unusual beauty—and terrified he’ll succumb to his deadly, incubus needs—Asher offers her a place to stay.

Living in Asher's loft above his gym, Aria's desire for his body is growing more urgent with every touch. Used to being the backward, shy one, in his presence she becomes fierce, captivating, and breaks down Asher’s walls against all his attempts to keep his distance. She has no clue that if he gives in to her passionate pleas, she won't survive the night, just like all the other women who have fallen victim to his charms.

But the deeper Asher and Aria fall in love, the harder he must fight the incubus in his soul, demanding her life.

My Thoughts:

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Nola Sarina and Emily Faith created enticing and deliciously dark novel filled with dangerous romance and angst that will get any fan of romance with paranormal twist hooked from the beginning. Wild Hyacinthe is not only erotic and extremely sensual story, but very lethal with a hint of wildness and something alluring.


The story begins when Asher is eating his lover’s soul. He’s incubus – a monster that feed of sexual energy, killing in the process. Every time Asher have sex, his partner dies. This is 43 woman who died because of him and the monster that is inside of him. This young, handsome and rich man is sentenced to life with overwhelming guilt and need to fuck to death. He tried everything he could to stop the beast from taking lives, but there’s nothing he can do to stop the urge to have sex. The only person he can be honest with is his twin sister, Gypsy, that helps him, cover his crimes.

When he meet’s Aria, blue haired, rebel girl leaving in her car, he wants her beneath him, he feels the need to be buried inside her, and take her life. But somewhere along meeting her and befriending her, Asher starts to fight his demon from taking the reins. For the first time in years, Asher is falling for someone and there is no way he could kill Aria. Even when she begs him to have sex with her.

A story about overwhelming guilt, attraction, devouring passion and the need to find happiness, even when everythings show it’s impossible.


I adored how paranormal twist worked in the Wild Hyacinthe. It made this book a hell lot of more interesting and unique. For the first time, incubus is pictured not like a man whore wrapped in sexy package, but normal man with obsessive guilt on his shoulders.
Some things were quite predictable, and I guessed how it’ll end, almost at the beginning of the story, which made it less stellar in my eyes.

As much as I liked Aria and Asher, I was a little bored with the insta attraction that quickly led to another case of insta love. I think, this novel would be amazing if the authors gave us more time to see Aria and Asher as friends first and the slowly change their relationship.

I hated Gypsy. She wasn’t likeable character and her constant mean comments, made me want to throw up. As much as Asher was monster, he still felt guilty and bad about what he’s doing, while Gypsy, didn’t give a fuck, about dead women.

In nutshell, I really enjoyed reading Wild Hyacinthe, despite few issues I had with it, it’s one of this novels that easily hooked me.

* ARC, courtesy of the authors, in exchange for honest review. *

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