Review – Come Fill Me (The Prophecy #1) by Tina Donahue

Tina Donahue has a way with words that seamlessly brought together hot sex with a brilliant story. ~ Kitty, Guilty Pleasures

Two men will stop at nothing to have her gift, her desire…and her love.

Years ago, with the healing abilities afforded by her blend of Aztec and extraterrestrial blood, Liz was free to do as she wished. Now she is trapped in a blood feud, forced to heal one of her clan’s most dangerous rivals so they can exploit his gift of prophecy.

As she drapes her nude body over his, the rush of his returning strength overwhelms her, and his stunningly sensual caress pushes her to her sexual limit.

Zeke Neekoma never expected to hunger for a woman he’s supposed to hate, but now that he’s tasted her, he has no intention of denying himself the pleasure of her body—or of kidnapping his enemy’s most cherished plaything.

Brought to Zeke’s stronghold to heal his brother, Jacob, Liz surrenders her body’s most traitorous needs to the unrestrained desires of two powerful men. And the brothers fill the lonely void she has too long endured.

But her clan doesn’t intend to let her go without a fight…and the ecstasy that binds Liz to her lovers could be the thing that breaks them.

Product Warnings
Worlds collide when two Alpha males crave a woman they shouldn’t have. Their dominance and desire knows no limits, culminating in sex so torrid this babe’s never gonna be the same…or free of one brother’s touch.


WOW. I was totally overwhelmed with “Come Fill Me”. I was grabbed from the first word and atruegemawardwasn’t let go until the last bullet was fired. I was awed with the story-line, overcome with the passion and thrilled with the way it was written. Not your normal “paranormal” romance, “Come Fill Me” is a modern day story filled with love, lust and betrayal; two factions brought to this world by two different alien races with two different goals – one to live peacefully the other to take over and control them all.

Liz was used, abused, lied to and then betrayed by the leader of her clan, Carreon. She vows never to be used by him again. Until he comes to her pediatric practice and demands that she come with him to heal his most hated enemy, Zeke Neekoma. The threat – her father will die unless she does as he says.

Zeke was shot, taken captive by Carreon and was ready to just release himself to his afterlife. Gabrielle was there with him – waiting for him to cross over. The one person that he honestly and truly loved with his whole heart. But. Carreon has other plans for him. He needs his “sights”, he needs to be able to see the future. Without that, Carreon cannot lead his people. He has Liz to heal and now he will have Zeke to tell him the future. Zeke tries to resist Liz as she is healing him but can’t. As the blood flows back into his body and his bullet wounds heal, he finds ecstasy beyond belief. He must have her as his own; not only to heal his people but to have in his bed.

Jacob is Zeke’s brother who lays dieing because of an ambush by Carreon. Zeke needs to get Liz out of the stronghold and back to his brother. He will not let him die. But, after he is healed, Jacob tries to claim Liz for himself and will not give her up without a fight … no matter who or what stands in his way. Liz desires Jacob but falls in love with Zeke and she doesn’t know how she is going to save them both from Carreon. Then there is Kele, the woman who has loved Jacob since she was small. Her jealousy and betrayal may just bring death to Jacob and Zeke.

I was enthralled by this book. The story itself was unique and the characters were very well written. The sex scenes were extremely hot – even the scenes where Carreon dreams of sharing Liz with all of his men as punishment for leaving him. Yea, and every good book has one hell of a shower scene and “Come Fill Me” didn’t disappoint me at all. Tina Donahue has a way with words that seamlessly brought together hot sex with a brilliant story. I am very interested to see where this series is going and what happens now that Zeke has Liz and her father in his life.


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