Book Review-Pursuing Korah (Intoxicating Passion #4) by Felicia Tatum

3/17/2014 0 Comments

The Intoxicating Passion books are a series of novelettes. The last one was Daring Dane. If you’ve been following my reviews, you know how much I enjoyed it. Pursuing Korah did not disappoint. In fact, Felicia is a devious, little imp because she left me hanging, and now I can’t wait to read what happens next.

*shakes fists at Felicia*

In this next installment, Korah has the misfortune of running into her ex-boyfriend Christopher. He’s been stalking her and is a low life piece of shit. He attacks her, but thank god Dane swoops in and saves her. He beats Christopher senseless. The cops arrive and soon after Dane is facing assault charges from this human piece of garbage.

Meanwhile, Dane never leaves Korah’s side, proving to her he’s worth her time and possibly her heart. But as each day goes by, confusion takes root inside him, sprouting questions he cannot answer.

Is he in love with her?

Why does she consume his thoughts?

Why does she have the starring role in his dreams?

Korah is equally perplexed regarding her feelings for Dane. She’s going through a lot right now, dealing with Christopher’s abuse towards her and not wanting to live her life in fear. Her best friend Leela is helping her through this. When she takes Korah to a much needed shopping trip, Leela gets a disturbing message from Dane’s best friend Cale, whom by-the-way is sweet on Leela. At least I think so, and she is equally smitten by him. The message has to do with Dane. He’s in trouble. The girls cancel their retail therapy plans and rushes to Dane’s aid.

This was another wonderful piece to the Intoxicating Passion’s series. Felicia did a great job. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and I’m looking forward to reading the next one.   


Dane confesses his feelings and his intentions, but to his dismay, Korah isn’t buying it. He regrets letting her kick him out after the trauma she endures hours later.

Korah wants Dane more than anything, but can’t trust him with her heart. After another brutal run in with her ex, she ends up finding the comfort she seeks from a very distraught Dane.

Can the two learn to trust in order to be together? Will Dane’s angry reaction to her trauma warm or harden her heart?