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“It hurts, doesn’t it?” he whispered, letting me strain to the limit of my bonds, maintaining the distance between us with a smirk. “Being so close to what you need, yet unable to take it. Five years I went without, Mila. But don’t worry,” he whispered, flicking a lock of sopping wet hair over my shoulder. “I won’t make you wait that long. No, you can have everything you w “It hurts, doesn’t it?” he whispered, letting me strain to the limit of my bonds, maintaining the distance between us with a smirk. “Being so close to what you need, yet unable to take it. Five years I went without, Mila. But don’t worry,” he whispered, flicking a lock of sopping wet hair over my shoulder. “I won’t make you wait that long. No, you can have everything you want, right now…” It’s been five years since I watched the Goddess burn, since I rejected my sacred-bloody-calling and turned instead to the limitless potential contained in the forest. It alone sustains me, feeding those dark, forbidden urges with ancient power. Not even he can touch me here, where my influence is absolute. Stalemate or no, Captain Asher Rawlings is a resourceful man, and though it’s been years since he’s so much as set eyes on my face, he hasn’t given up the hunt. He’ll never stop. Not until my knees are sullied and my skin is marked. But he has the one thing capable of luring me from my fortress of ancient power… … the one thing I can’t resist…


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“It hurts, doesn’t it?” he whispered, letting me strain to the limit of my bonds, maintaining the distance between us with a smirk. “Being so close to what you need, yet unable to take it. Five years I went without, Mila. But don’t worry,” he whispered, flicking a lock of sopping wet hair over my shoulder. “I won’t make you wait that long. No, you can have everything you w “It hurts, doesn’t it?” he whispered, letting me strain to the limit of my bonds, maintaining the distance between us with a smirk. “Being so close to what you need, yet unable to take it. Five years I went without, Mila. But don’t worry,” he whispered, flicking a lock of sopping wet hair over my shoulder. “I won’t make you wait that long. No, you can have everything you want, right now…” It’s been five years since I watched the Goddess burn, since I rejected my sacred-bloody-calling and turned instead to the limitless potential contained in the forest. It alone sustains me, feeding those dark, forbidden urges with ancient power. Not even he can touch me here, where my influence is absolute. Stalemate or no, Captain Asher Rawlings is a resourceful man, and though it’s been years since he’s so much as set eyes on my face, he hasn’t given up the hunt. He’ll never stop. Not until my knees are sullied and my skin is marked. But he has the one thing capable of luring me from my fortress of ancient power… … the one thing I can’t resist…

30 review for Insatiable Corruption

  1. 4 out of 5

    Louise H - ⭐ Life in the Book Lane Reviews ⭐

    An excellent follow up to Ravenous Innocence I sat and read this in one go. In a non-stop, ignoring-the-world, can't-put-it-down-until-I've-got-to-the-end kind of way. Yet despite all that my brain can't formulate words adequate enough to do this book justice. I'm struggling to write a review that expresses just how much I loved this book, enjoyed it and wouldn't change a single thing about it. Not even when those 'things' didn't go the way I wanted them to! Mila is so strong, though in her naivet An excellent follow up to Ravenous Innocence I sat and read this in one go. In a non-stop, ignoring-the-world, can't-put-it-down-until-I've-got-to-the-end kind of way. Yet despite all that my brain can't formulate words adequate enough to do this book justice. I'm struggling to write a review that expresses just how much I loved this book, enjoyed it and wouldn't change a single thing about it. Not even when those 'things' didn't go the way I wanted them to! Mila is so strong, though in her naivety? foolishness? isolation? madness? she seems to never learn from her mistakes and over estimates her own cunning. Yet I still loved her and so want to see her succeed. I was equal parts frustrated by how far she fell, yet awed by her strength and determination never to give up, give in or surrender. At times reading this felt like swimming against the tide, BUT NOT IN A BAD WAY! Just in a 'everything's going down the pan' kind of way. It was never slow or boring, never repetitive or tedious, not once, not at all. In fact there was an awful lot happening, lots of twists and turns, lots of intrigue and not knowing who to trust, virtually non-stop action in fact. And amidst all of that is Mira, fighting a seemingly unwinnable battle, and struggling in vain against her nemesis, Captain Asher Rawlings. At times I really disliked that man, I mean really, really , disliked him. Disliked him to the point of wanting him hurt in a myriad of untold and painful ways. Yet, as with the best of antiheroes, there was the occasional tiny little glimmer of something else, something better, maybe even something close to caring. Oh and the world building - I haven't even touched on the amazing world building within these pages. Boy oh boy, am I hooked on this series. I have absolutely no idea how it will proceed from that doozy of an ending. I do know I will be reading the next book in the series and it can't come out soon enough for me.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Deljah

    Barely 2.5 stars rounded up. I hate the heroine. She's stupid, arrogant and almost always does or says the exact wrong thing at the wrong moment. Supposedly has all this power, but accomplishes very, very little with it. Makes women look bad and unfit to lead. Smh Some of the main concepts are still unclear. That said, I plan to finish the series. This installment ends on a huge cliffhanger. Wish I'd waited til it was done before I started.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jen

    Cliffhanger style ending. The story is entertaining, though I'd like some information. Exactly where do the characters live? Is this an alternate planet, the future? an alternate past? What is glaith? Can I get some kind of description? is it magic dirt? I'm all in for book #3, just wish this series was more complete.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    The final left me turning the page and looking for something!!!! The world building is fantastic and all around the ki is fascinating. In this book we see and know a little more about the anti hero and really y just hate him, and didn’t like that he made her a slave that was awful for me. Mila is a strong heroine but so naive, immature, she makes always rash decisions, never thinking or planing and that just makes me nuts. Girl learn from your mistakes!!! Please learn to control your gifts are end a The final left me turning the page and looking for something!!!! The world building is fantastic and all around the ki is fascinating. In this book we see and know a little more about the anti hero and really y just hate him, and didn’t like that he made her a slave that was awful for me. Mila is a strong heroine but so naive, immature, she makes always rash decisions, never thinking or planing and that just makes me nuts. Girl learn from your mistakes!!! Please learn to control your gifts are end all the Calcedonias for me please. And do it fast !!!

  5. 4 out of 5

    ♥Mary♦Sweet♣Dreams♠Are♥Made♦of♣This♠

    You keep dangling that carrot in front of us. Two books of anticipation. Are these two going to be together once he's "good" in her eyes and/or all the air is cleared up? Is that what we're waiting for?

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rhiannon Chillingworth

    I liked this, but not as much as the first one. Mila makes some pretty stupid decisions and just becomes a bit ridiculous in the last third of the book. She needs to sort herself out and play the long game. Asher... We'll I sort of want him to die a firey death at Mila's hands in the last boom. Their chemistry is still sizzling, but there's a lot of work to be dien to get me rooting for him to be with Mola romantically, although I have a feeling there's a lot more to his actions than there appear I liked this, but not as much as the first one. Mila makes some pretty stupid decisions and just becomes a bit ridiculous in the last third of the book. She needs to sort herself out and play the long game. Asher... We'll I sort of want him to die a firey death at Mila's hands in the last boom. Their chemistry is still sizzling, but there's a lot of work to be dien to get me rooting for him to be with Mola romantically, although I have a feeling there's a lot more to his actions than there appears. I sat and read this is one sitting, so it certainly is absorbing. Overall, it doesn't match my love for Delirium, hut I would still really recommend it!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Leann Ryans

    Absolutely love these characters! Each book just gets better!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Casey

    Not as compelling as the original. I've been excited for this series to be published since the original content was removed from the web. When it was free content I saw updates and new chapters as a treat. I was very excited to hear The author would be publishing and possibly making a living off of her work. But... Here is The sad part. The rewrite corrects some loose ends but makes the story unnecessarily longer and less appealing. Some of the things that were added to the story simply muddy the Not as compelling as the original. I've been excited for this series to be published since the original content was removed from the web. When it was free content I saw updates and new chapters as a treat. I was very excited to hear The author would be publishing and possibly making a living off of her work. But... Here is The sad part. The rewrite corrects some loose ends but makes the story unnecessarily longer and less appealing. Some of the things that were added to the story simply muddy the story and cause even more confusion. I scoured the web to find the original chapters to compare and am disappointed to see they are completely gone. This series makes me wonder if the author has lost sight of the original inspiration or if she is working with a restricting publisher/ editor. I was disappointed by the first book, gave the second one a chance, but I don't think I will be returning for a third. Unfortunately, this series (and possibly the author) has lost my trust as a reader.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Georgiana

    More untethered chaos. Our heroine, she's kind of a Mary-shrew. She's all powerful but also all TSTL and annoying to boot. The hero is meant to be some kind of gamma figure. But the world building is so shallow, it's really a slight framework for our Mary Shrew to threaten and stomp around and accomplish nothing and our gamma figure to constantly coo at her about how well he's going to treat her in her slavery. Something uncomfortable about it. Like reading about someone intellectually challenge More untethered chaos. Our heroine, she's kind of a Mary-shrew. She's all powerful but also all TSTL and annoying to boot. The hero is meant to be some kind of gamma figure. But the world building is so shallow, it's really a slight framework for our Mary Shrew to threaten and stomp around and accomplish nothing and our gamma figure to constantly coo at her about how well he's going to treat her in her slavery. Something uncomfortable about it. Like reading about someone intellectually challenged being subjugated.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Loner State Bibliophile

    3.5 Stars The prose is overly purple, and the heroine is a bumbling idiot, controlled by her anger and childish antics. She is incapable of using her brain and thinking beyond impulse, which makes her unlikeable and the book difficult to read.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sheri Cordell

    “We all have our war stories.” “We all have our war stories.” Yes, we do. Those words are just as haunting now as they were when I read them. Myra Danver’s epic sci-fi fantasy that began with Ravenous Innocence continues with Book 2 Insatiable Corruption. Five years later, and we find Mila aka the “Menace” a changed person. Gone is the daughter of a Tritan senator and in her place is an almost unrecognizable creature of the woodlands who is hellbent on revenge against anyone or anything that threa “We all have our war stories.” “We all have our war stories.” Yes, we do. Those words are just as haunting now as they were when I read them. Myra Danver’s epic sci-fi fantasy that began with Ravenous Innocence continues with Book 2 Insatiable Corruption. Five years later, and we find Mila aka the “Menace” a changed person. Gone is the daughter of a Tritan senator and in her place is an almost unrecognizable creature of the woodlands who is hellbent on revenge against anyone or anything that threatens her new home. Led by the sadistic General Tilcot and drunk with their new found power/technology, the Caledonian “Elites” are more determined than ever to conquer the rebels. Mila and Capt. Asher Rawlings paths cross again with somewhat disastrous results depending on how you may feel about Asher. I haven’t quite made up my mind as to whether he really has Mila’s best interests at heart. It’s obvious that he has a secret agenda where Mila is concerned, but I do believe he is trying to protect her the only way he can even if his methods are dubious. What I am sure of is that Mila and Asher are the key to a foretold prophesy from long ago that will have lasting repercussions for everyone involved. Whether they are good or bad remains to be seen. This story is building towards something spectacular; I can just feel it and the journey to get there is thrilling and suspenseful. Ms. Danvers’ The Last Tritan reminds me of a sci-fi “Gone with the Wind” with Asher as Rhett and Mila as Scarlett. It is a sweeping saga that captivates, cajoles, and even seduces the reader into wanting more. And I want more!! I cannot wait to see how this will end. Who is going to win, who will lose, and more importantly who will survive? Will the scars inflicted be too deep to overcome? Does the prophesy bring salvation, or will it be the destruction of them all? The Last Tritan is an amazing story of epic proportions that has taken hold of me and won’t let go. I am enthralled with the world and characters created, right down to the tiniest detail. It feels like an opera that is building to a magnificent crescendo that will command a standing ovation. If you aren’t reading this tale, you should be. I highly recommend this story as well as Myra’s other books. She is a gifted, talented, storyteller that I am so fortunate to have found. Well done Ms. Danvers, well done.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Joyffree

    I went with Five Burning Ki - because I really could not put this down once I started! You know those rare stories that grab you from the opening scene - That hold you bound and breathless right to the end- Only to suddenly abandon you gasping and needing? This is one of those! STOP- This is the second book in this series. This series needs to be read in order for the context to make sense. "Sorry, I cannot paint the walls with your blood and feast on your ki. Sorry I cannot wear your innards as a I went with Five Burning Ki - because I really could not put this down once I started! You know those rare stories that grab you from the opening scene - That hold you bound and breathless right to the end- Only to suddenly abandon you gasping and needing? This is one of those! STOP- This is the second book in this series. This series needs to be read in order for the context to make sense. "Sorry, I cannot paint the walls with your blood and feast on your ki. Sorry I cannot wear your innards as a string of bike soaked pearls, and winter inside your bloated corpse." - Wildcat This picks up pretty much where we left off in book one. Mila has matured to a degree but sadly the consequences of her choices in book one have left her with a much deeper and more 'survivalist' attitude than a rational one. I was quite sad to see what the years had done to her, but also understood. When the war began she had just begun to see the truth, she truly was still an innocent. IMO driven by loss and the deep fear of what would happen if the Captain captured her connecting with 'mother' was the easier choice for her psyche. She still tends to act before thinking. I was on edge throughout this episode. My heart broke for Mila. The loneliness and later the utter hopelessness she endured. Even when she was no longer sure of who she could call enemy and who she could call an ally. Even I am unsure of who is working for whom and even who is what. I worry for Kas The General needs his head separated from his governing body. As for our fine captain I still utterly and completely loathe that man!! I wish this had been longer. The intensity of each new twist and unknown kept me on edge through the entire story. Seriously, I read this in one sitting, white knuckling my kindle the whole time. This ends on a cliffhanger - a -What just happened? What are the consequences? Why the heck did that happen? Sorry I don't want to give spoilers as I firmly believe in the little things can ruin a really good 'OMG No" moment If perchance you haven't started this series it truly is a must read for those who enjoy fantasy/sci-fi. It does begin a bit complex with regards to the characters and universe but once you are in you will want to stay.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lovely

    Ravenous Innocence was a distant read 5 weeks ago and I, so I re-read it prior to diving into Insatiable Corruption(I'm OCD like that). I knew Mila was in for a few winter seasons traipsing through the forest living the feral Tritan girl life (Myra's Lit saga was a long world-building game before she upped the action in her series), so I was pleasantly surprised that as early as Chapter 5 in this second book of the Last Tritan series, the author bravely transitioned Mila from rebel to captive, a Ravenous Innocence was a distant read 5 weeks ago and I, so I re-read it prior to diving into Insatiable Corruption(I'm OCD like that). I knew Mila was in for a few winter seasons traipsing through the forest living the feral Tritan girl life (Myra's Lit saga was a long world-building game before she upped the action in her series), so I was pleasantly surprised that as early as Chapter 5 in this second book of the Last Tritan series, the author bravely transitioned Mila from rebel to captive, and a pitiful one at that, hogtied on the floor with dirty Glaith around her throat effectively sucking her powers dry. Bereft of Grandmother's nurturing presence and with only Alicia beside her, Mila is auctioned off to the highest bidder, and who else would step in and cart her off but her brooding, hulking nemesis, Captain Rawlings! And this is where it gets even more interesting. He hungers for her and she hates him. We know deep inside she will get a taste of the forbidden insatiable pleasure their coupling will bring. But there was no such wild encounter in this book, although there was plenty of Mila-induced anxiety experience by Asher. I couldn't help but writhe in pain when I got to the end of the book. I knew the author wasn't planning to release Book 3 until a couple of months from today, bless her teasing heart. I couldn't help but cry out for Mila as her heart hurts from the loss of Kas, her beloved lion companion. Kas is her spirit animal, her ideal. It seems that nothing good ever happens to Tritans and Elorans in this book, that's why I'm divided between cheering for Captain Rawlings who's a Caledonian so he'll finally get one over General Tilcot and conquer the heart of his wild Trila-Glis, and cheering for the rebels so they win against the powerful Caledonian Army, rescue the hostages and rebuild their cities. Peel your eyes out for Book 3, to be released in 2 months. You know Asher and Mila will finally get super close and personal in the next release, no matter how one-sided the encounter would be (initially).

  14. 5 out of 5

    Fatima

    This. All of this. The action. The suspense. Book 2 is where we really get into the Tritan world. Book Summary (Spoilers) Five years have passed since Mila's world came crumbling down. She is DARK and i'm here for it. She has succumbed to the darkness and is feeding her pain to the forest, where she lives all on her own and has spent the last 5 years saving other refugees Tritan and other folks, from slavers. She has a run in with Asher, who now knows she's alive and is tricked into taking him o This. All of this. The action. The suspense. Book 2 is where we really get into the Tritan world. Book Summary (Spoilers) Five years have passed since Mila's world came crumbling down. She is DARK and i'm here for it. She has succumbed to the darkness and is feeding her pain to the forest, where she lives all on her own and has spent the last 5 years saving other refugees Tritan and other folks, from slavers. She has a run in with Asher, who now knows she's alive and is tricked into taking him on, only to get captured. Asher buys her from the slave auction and she is forced to be his. He links them together, and he can control her. She no longer has a connection to her Ki. Asher is able to tap into both his ki and hers, making him stronger than ever. Thoughts Book 2 is where we get into the romance. Asher has captured Mila and their interactions are HAWT. I enjoyed the banter between Asher and Marco and love how Mila is always plotting. She is also reckless, and that is scary. I love Kas, the lioness. Mila is always thinking what would Kas do? Kas would never be caged. Kas would be calm, strategic. Mila is wild, just like Kas, and Asher is attempting to tame her. I love the originality. I love the power struggle dynamics. While it's not explicitly D/S, it totally is! Danvers is such a gifted writer. Her character developments are so honest. We slowly watch Mila crumble, make mistakes, be self-destructive--as a survivor of war would do. While it was shocking to see Sacha again as she was, it makes sense that after years of torture and torment, she would give up and lose hope and work for the Empire. Each character is an example of real stories of war. The one who never gives up. The one who assimilates and tries to make due. The general who is compassionate, but on the wrong side. The evil. The good. Everything. Danvers created a perfect balance and I high key recommend this to anyone and everyone.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Shayshebang

    I am not totally invested in the war going on in the book. In fact, it’s hard to figure out what’s going on regarding the war. Words are thrown around like technology, power and weapon, yet it still feels disjointed and all over the place. The writing is exceptional. Without any of the characters engaging each other sexually- there is a build up (for the reader) of frustration at our two main characters to consummate their bond physically. This build-up is due to the writers talent and purposefu I am not totally invested in the war going on in the book. In fact, it’s hard to figure out what’s going on regarding the war. Words are thrown around like technology, power and weapon, yet it still feels disjointed and all over the place. The writing is exceptional. Without any of the characters engaging each other sexually- there is a build up (for the reader) of frustration at our two main characters to consummate their bond physically. This build-up is due to the writers talent and purposeful use of words and situations. It kind of bothers me how Mila’s appearance has changed, even though Asher seems ‘okay’ with it. Many readers have mentioned how Asher was hard to like and I can see why, but Mila was just as if not more incorrigible. She lacked focus and was contradictory, but this was not a negative aspect of the book, more of a personality trait. She was also ferocious and animalistic but her purpose was all over the place. In fact, I may have yelled, “sit down girl,” a few times. Again, this demonstrates the great writing as we could feel her writhing, desperate need for freedom. So many people wanted to use and control her talents. She was constantly moving and running. Her restlessness was her own undoing. Asher is sexy regardless of his ambiguous intentions. Mostly I am waiting for an explosive, steamy and (hopefully romantic) time between the two main characters.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Mom2three

    No one writes slightly deranged characters like Myra Danvers! And I mean that as a huge compliment. Mila, with her chaotic ferocity, and Asher, with his calm, psychotic bent have this beautiful ying/yang thing that had me both giggling with pleasure and growling with pent up frustration. It brings to mind the Batman/Joker dynamic taken to the next level. This is only the third Myra Danvers book I have had the pleasure of reading, and I am desperate to get my hands on more. Her way with words tick No one writes slightly deranged characters like Myra Danvers! And I mean that as a huge compliment. Mila, with her chaotic ferocity, and Asher, with his calm, psychotic bent have this beautiful ying/yang thing that had me both giggling with pleasure and growling with pent up frustration. It brings to mind the Batman/Joker dynamic taken to the next level. This is only the third Myra Danvers book I have had the pleasure of reading, and I am desperate to get my hands on more. Her way with words tickles my funny-bone. I feel like I forget how entertaining it is in between books, and I'm tickled pink with excitement after the few first sentences. I will warn that the ending of this one smacked me in the face. I wasn't paying attention to how much book I had left, and it took me a few to figure out the page was no longer turning. If you haven't indulged in one the joy that can be found between the pages of a Myra Danvers story, I feel truly sorry for you. This isn't the one to start with, however, because it is a true sequel and you will be lost. I do recommend picking up Ravenous Innocence and this delicious read at the same time. You won't be disappointed.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Niva

    Argh, I'm hooked! The way Myra Danvers weilds imagery and out-there characterisation is like that of a master of fencing – with grace, fluidity and incredible talent. Myra has come a long way from when this series was first written on Lit, and I LOVE the subtle (and not-so-subtle) changes she has made. Everything is so captivating, the world and it's laws so original, it had really opened up that fandom-addicted part of me that wants to learn everything about how everything works and it's so ent Argh, I'm hooked! The way Myra Danvers weilds imagery and out-there characterisation is like that of a master of fencing – with grace, fluidity and incredible talent. Myra has come a long way from when this series was first written on Lit, and I LOVE the subtle (and not-so-subtle) changes she has made. Everything is so captivating, the world and it's laws so original, it had really opened up that fandom-addicted part of me that wants to learn everything about how everything works and it's so enthralling! Mila is a gripping character; she has been such since the first book in the Last Tritan series, but seeing her evolution from the previous book to this one is ... wow. I can't wait to read the next books! Captain Rawlings is a marvel of a character, too! Simply twisting!! He makes you want to love him even if you hate him! He makes you want to hate him too, to be honest, and it makes reading this series so thrilling! And Marco, dear Marco! I need the next book already! And I hope it never ends!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Michelle E

    Insatiable Corruption is the second book in the thrilling Last Tritan series. In the first book (Ravenous Innocence) we were introduced to Mila and Asher and how their lives are intertwined by a chance meeting in a busy market place. Fast forward five years and we learn that Mila has been living in the forest gaining power. She has become an Empath and is at times reckless with the power she wields. What she needs is guidance, plus her mothers pendant that Asher has in his possession. And what o Insatiable Corruption is the second book in the thrilling Last Tritan series. In the first book (Ravenous Innocence) we were introduced to Mila and Asher and how their lives are intertwined by a chance meeting in a busy market place. Fast forward five years and we learn that Mila has been living in the forest gaining power. She has become an Empath and is at times reckless with the power she wields. What she needs is guidance, plus her mothers pendant that Asher has in his possession. And what of Asher? He has been waiting patiently for her, knowing that she has been hiding out in the forest. And what happens when they reunite?. It is not all hugs and kisses, more like name calling and bruises. He wants to own her and she wants her freedom. You get more glimpses that Asher is more than what he seems, his unique power that he keeps in check. And Mila being the Last Tritan is kept a secret between them. Cannot wait for Book 3 to continue their tumultuous relationship.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jackie Moore

    This book is so freaking good! I swear the way this author writes is so insanely good, that I DEVOURED this book in one sitting! I am like a fiend with a drug addiction knowing I have to wait for the next book! There are really good authors out there, but this one is starting to become one of my absolute favorites! This is the second book in the series and follows Mila. It is also set about 5 years after the first book. But there is a reason for this. And if you read the first book (which I recom This book is so freaking good! I swear the way this author writes is so insanely good, that I DEVOURED this book in one sitting! I am like a fiend with a drug addiction knowing I have to wait for the next book! There are really good authors out there, but this one is starting to become one of my absolute favorites! This is the second book in the series and follows Mila. It is also set about 5 years after the first book. But there is a reason for this. And if you read the first book (which I recommend doing so you don't get confused) you may have an idea why. But you also get to find out what has happened to a lot of the people that you may have been wondering about in the first book! Seriously the world building in this book is so insanely good, and the characters truly come to life. You either hate them or love them, but they are all great!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    This book picks up after the events of Ravenous Innocence. Mila is on the run and Captain Rawlings is on the hunt for her. I devoured this book in one sitting because it's very fast-paced and action-packed. There's more world building in this one and we get a glimpse into the Caledonian way of life. I like how Mila has flaws - it makes her seem more "real" and relatable. She's definitely very stubborn and I can see that aspect of her personality getting her into a lot of trouble, but it also makes This book picks up after the events of Ravenous Innocence. Mila is on the run and Captain Rawlings is on the hunt for her. I devoured this book in one sitting because it's very fast-paced and action-packed. There's more world building in this one and we get a glimpse into the Caledonian way of life. I like how Mila has flaws - it makes her seem more "real" and relatable. She's definitely very stubborn and I can see that aspect of her personality getting her into a lot of trouble, but it also makes it more fun to read! I'm still torn on how to feel about Asher. He seems like the worst kind of villain at some points but he also seems more human at other points. Only time will tell! I can't wait for the next instalment as I'm sure more will be unveiled. Definitely give this series a go - you won't regret it!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Mila has embraced the darker side of her powers. Where others shuns it, she rivals in it. Her goal is still to have her revenge on those who have destroyed her world and is just bidding her time. However, there still that one thing that haunts her: Captain Asher Rawlings. He makes himself know through their link and it takes all her focus to not succumb to the sexual pull. To Mila, it's just a ruse to trick her into giving up her freedom. What will happen when they finally come face to face? It's Mila has embraced the darker side of her powers. Where others shuns it, she rivals in it. Her goal is still to have her revenge on those who have destroyed her world and is just bidding her time. However, there still that one thing that haunts her: Captain Asher Rawlings. He makes himself know through their link and it takes all her focus to not succumb to the sexual pull. To Mila, it's just a ruse to trick her into giving up her freedom. What will happen when they finally come face to face? It's been a while since the first book so when I started reading this second book, I felt kind of lost. However, once I got going, I remembered why I enjoyed the first book and couldn't wait to read the next book. Myra Danvers doesn't disappoint at all. There's still so much mystery to uncover and I can't wait to find out more, especially in regards to Captain Asher Rawlings.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Charlotte Hallam

    Insatiable Corruption is the next instalment in the Last Tritan series from Myra Danvers. Similarly to the first book I couldn't put this one down! The character progression for Myra is fascinating and easily demonstrates the dark, twisted soul that Myra has become due to her unparalleled access to ki, a kind of life force that Priestesses can tap into and manipulate. Her relationship with Captain Rawlings is as exciting as ever, with both playing a cat and mouse game in which each unwaveringly Insatiable Corruption is the next instalment in the Last Tritan series from Myra Danvers. Similarly to the first book I couldn't put this one down! The character progression for Myra is fascinating and easily demonstrates the dark, twisted soul that Myra has become due to her unparalleled access to ki, a kind of life force that Priestesses can tap into and manipulate. Her relationship with Captain Rawlings is as exciting as ever, with both playing a cat and mouse game in which each unwaveringly believes they will be the victor. Myra's writing style draws you in and immediately gets you emotionally invested in the characters and their relationships, not releasing you until you reluctantly reach the end of the book. Tried to pace myself with this one but again I read the majority in one sitting! Can't wait for the next one Myra!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Zelda

    “This one's a neat little bundle of crazy.” This is the second book in The Last Tritan series, and you need to read Ravenous Innocence first. This talented author writes the most amazing, descriptive, quirky books which suck me into her imaginative worlds and hold me there until the last page. I adore both Asher and Mila (and let's be honest, Marco has grown on me) and love to watch them try and outwit each other-sometimes for fun, sometimes for survival. The book is fast-paced, superbly written, “This one's a neat little bundle of crazy.” This is the second book in The Last Tritan series, and you need to read Ravenous Innocence first. This talented author writes the most amazing, descriptive, quirky books which suck me into her imaginative worlds and hold me there until the last page. I adore both Asher and Mila (and let's be honest, Marco has grown on me) and love to watch them try and outwit each other-sometimes for fun, sometimes for survival. The book is fast-paced, superbly written, and has a plot like a chess game. There's some excellent story-telling to be had, so get started on this series pronto. I received a copy of this book and am voluntarily providing my honest opinion.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Saskia

    The second book in the last Tritan series. You can’t read this as a standalone, you need to read this series in order otherwise the story won’t make sense. It is hard to write a review because I don’t want to spoil anything. Myra Danvers has created this unique world with interesting characters. a lot is also left to the imagination of the reader The story picks up 5 years after the first book ends. We see how time and to much power has influenced Mila. I was rooting for her, but also kept thinkin The second book in the last Tritan series. You can’t read this as a standalone, you need to read this series in order otherwise the story won’t make sense. It is hard to write a review because I don’t want to spoil anything. Myra Danvers has created this unique world with interesting characters. a lot is also left to the imagination of the reader The story picks up 5 years after the first book ends. We see how time and to much power has influenced Mila. I was rooting for her, but also kept thinking “don’t act so rash, take a minute to think”. I haven’t made up my mind yet about Captain Rawlings, but i like him for the most part. I have no idea where the story will go, so i guess I have to be patient.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Courtney ~ bookishcourtney

    Savage Mila is my absolute, all time favorite. She's beyond ruthless when it comes to the Elite, and - in the end - she'll stop at NOTHING to make things right. Mila and Kas are perfect. I could probably read them controlling the forest forever and not get bored. I'm intrigued by the interactions between Mila and Rawlings, because this build up is awesome. Danvers' world building and writing is unlike any other and I couldn't help but get sucked in. The pacing of this book was on point, not one Savage Mila is my absolute, all time favorite. She's beyond ruthless when it comes to the Elite, and - in the end - she'll stop at NOTHING to make things right. Mila and Kas are perfect. I could probably read them controlling the forest forever and not get bored. I'm intrigued by the interactions between Mila and Rawlings, because this build up is awesome. Danvers' world building and writing is unlike any other and I couldn't help but get sucked in. The pacing of this book was on point, not one moment did I want to set Insatiable down. I am dying for the next book in the series. These characters and the story are something I just can't stop thinking about, anticipating what in the hell is going to happen next. Highly recommend you pick this series up ASAP.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Konstance

    I can honestly say that Myra Danvers is one of my favorite authors. She makes the most amazing characters that you cannot help to love. I really liked the little bits and pieces from the original version and how they are used in this version. This is continuation of the first book and it begins several years after. Milan has made the forest her home, where is frees Tritan captives from the Caledonian Empire. She does this while evading the last of Tritan repels as they want to use her as a weapo I can honestly say that Myra Danvers is one of my favorite authors. She makes the most amazing characters that you cannot help to love. I really liked the little bits and pieces from the original version and how they are used in this version. This is continuation of the first book and it begins several years after. Milan has made the forest her home, where is frees Tritan captives from the Caledonian Empire. She does this while evading the last of Tritan repels as they want to use her as a weapon. It all comes together as the notorious Captain Asher Rawlings returns to the forest to finish what he started it years before, to enslave Mila. It is really captivating to read the battle of wills between Mila and Asher. I cannot wait to find out what happens next.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Tricia

    Myra is incredibly gifted with world building, which is something that draws me in and keeps me held as I read. Mila is a savage, wild ride of potential that makes me laugh and want to cry as she works so hard, fails so hard and just keeps on going. I don't want to give anything away, as this book is number two in the series, and you really need to read them in order, but it is worth the read. Mila is fierce and strong and still somehow so naive at times. Rawlings is unapologetically focused on w Myra is incredibly gifted with world building, which is something that draws me in and keeps me held as I read. Mila is a savage, wild ride of potential that makes me laugh and want to cry as she works so hard, fails so hard and just keeps on going. I don't want to give anything away, as this book is number two in the series, and you really need to read them in order, but it is worth the read. Mila is fierce and strong and still somehow so naive at times. Rawlings is unapologetically focused on what he wants and what he will do to get it. I had to tear myself away from reading this in one sitting, because, well, real life, but it will suck you in so give yourself plenty of free time for it, and it left me hungry for book 3.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Beatriz

    It has taken me a few days to read the second book in the Last of the Tritans. When I enjoy books I like to process what is going on and so in the best parts I stop, and then come back to read. Insatiable Corrupstion is one of those books that forces me to stop and then come back. It's been 5 years since Mila has given herself to the essence of the forest. She is not the same person, she’s arrogant and deranged. For as long as she’s been in the forest she has been fighting a one man war against t It has taken me a few days to read the second book in the Last of the Tritans. When I enjoy books I like to process what is going on and so in the best parts I stop, and then come back to read. Insatiable Corrupstion is one of those books that forces me to stop and then come back. It's been 5 years since Mila has given herself to the essence of the forest. She is not the same person, she’s arrogant and deranged. For as long as she’s been in the forest she has been fighting a one man war against the Caledonian invaders. In her arrogance and because of her great power she wants to keep fighting on her own and refuses to help her people against the Caledonians. During these years Asher Rawlings hasn’t forgotten her, their link is till strong and he’s hunting her. And he gets her!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Crotchfairy

    It's a pleasure how wonderful this follow up to Ravenous Innocence is. The momentum of a great story unfolding has not been lost. It's a jam-packed, pageturner of a ride, and I am here for it. It's aptly named for the slow burn that grown, formidable Mila has become. She's coming into her own with all her relationships no matter how rocky that path is. Mistakes are made, consequences are had, and while it seems like all is lost, there's hope. While I happily and easily devoured this book in an e It's a pleasure how wonderful this follow up to Ravenous Innocence is. The momentum of a great story unfolding has not been lost. It's a jam-packed, pageturner of a ride, and I am here for it. It's aptly named for the slow burn that grown, formidable Mila has become. She's coming into her own with all her relationships no matter how rocky that path is. Mistakes are made, consequences are had, and while it seems like all is lost, there's hope. While I happily and easily devoured this book in an evening, the aftermath has stayed with me for a few days. Time has been needed to process what was read and where characters stand. Honestly cannot predict what happens next and in a world of rehashed storylines and remade movies, it's novel. Looking forward to what this author produces next.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kristina

    Insatiable Corruption was a super-fast read with action from the beginning to the end and I loved it!! This story is book 2 of The Last Tritan Book Series. It continues the battles of wills between Mila, a Priestess, and Asher, an Elite Caledonian captain. Insatiable Corruption begins a few years after the events of the last book. In that time, Mila has been working against the Caledonians in the forest in the own way. Trying to stay one step ahead of Asher. Her own arrogance will lead to Asher Insatiable Corruption was a super-fast read with action from the beginning to the end and I loved it!! This story is book 2 of The Last Tritan Book Series. It continues the battles of wills between Mila, a Priestess, and Asher, an Elite Caledonian captain. Insatiable Corruption begins a few years after the events of the last book. In that time, Mila has been working against the Caledonians in the forest in the own way. Trying to stay one step ahead of Asher. Her own arrogance will lead to Asher and herself having a meeting that will change the course of her life. As is usual for Miss Danvers, the story is humorous and engaging and just a bit sexy. And it ends with the hated cliffhanger. I truly recommend jumping into this series.

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