Review – Covet Me


Covet Me


Immortal Vices and Virtues: Her Monstrous Mates #1


Kel Carpenter & Aurelia Jane & Eva Wolf


Reverse Harem


In our world, power is king, and I’m the ultimate bartering chip.

I’m the daughter of the Don, but my life as a mafia princess is far from a fairytale.
Trapped in a pretty cage, my family clipped my wings so that I can fill the role all princesses are tasked: to marry a prince and secure an alliance. My mob boss father would give anything to gain an edge over the rest of the Supernatural Syndicates in New York—including me.
So my dad makes a deal.
The terms are simple.
Win the election to become the new leader of Earth and Emerald. Win me.
Except . . . I’m not a very good princess and I have no intention of playing nice.
These men want to compete for me? Fine—but no one said I couldn’t compete for myself.
The trials may be deadly, but I’ve got an ace up my sleeve they won’t see coming.
There’s just one tiny problem.
Out of nowhere, the very mating call I’d hoped to never experience consumes me, and I go into heat—at the worst time ever.
Talk about a sticky situation.


4stars rating

A whole new series in the Immortal Vices and Virtues world but this time… RH-style. OMG, yes, please!


As I’ve just said, we return to a world we know and love. This time we move between No Man’s Land (Shifter Syndicate territory) and the Earth and Emerald faction.
Scenes and environments were clear and well described, and there was no information dump. Just sit back, relax, and enjoy the story 🙂

Character development:

Nikki, our main female character, is the daughter of the Shifter Syndicate boss. While she is a syndicate princess, she hates how things are run. When she finds out she will be a pawn in her father’s bid to take over the Earth and Emerald faction, she decides to take matters into her own hands. She is a Disney lover, and almost all her plans are derived from one of the animated movies. Which, I can tell you, sometimes leads to hilarious situations (and a lot of headaches for Sam, her best friend and guard). Her past has been terrible, leaving her emotionally wounded, even years later.

When they were younger, Malachi was Nikki’s best friend until he ran and left her alone.
Niall is working towards meeting his mate again with the help of his best friend, Adrian.
When all four meet again, sparks fly… but then, so do fists 😀
As this is the first book with a reverse harem in a world where that isn’t ‘normal’, it’s interesting to see how they’re handling the situation (not only in this book but throughout the series).
Throughout the book, we learn a lot about the characters, changing everything we thought we knew and creating those twists and turns we love in books! All of the characters were well-written, and they felt believable and alive. Oh, and they’re fun… so much fun.

Pacing & Flow:

From start to finish, I was having fun and stayed interested and engaged with the book. Great balance between all the conversations and action. Be warned, it has a lot of pages, and you will be hooked… so plan some time to get through this 😀

The book itself:

The book was well written with no (noticeable) errors. There are sexual scenes described (if that is important to you). I would rate it 4 out of 5.
The book has 516 pages, spread over 50 chapters, and is told from multiple points of view.

Final Thoughts:

I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this book, and I’m soooo happy we will have so many more books in this world! Well-written, interesting and diverse characters and a lot of romance… what more do you want?
Oh, and I absolutely loved all the Disney references in the book! It had me laughing (and facepalming) really often 😀 And as I love Disney movies, I was humming along when a particular song or character was mentioned (hellow Kronk :D)
I can’t wait for the next installment in the series 😀