Again, I'm posting this because in posting my observation, it might spark something in another writer who's making a similar mistake. I've added this only as a reminder for myself going forward and in the rewrites. It's by no means the end product so there's no need to critique it. There is little point in having a limited POV if you don't allow yourself into their head now and then. So far I've been relying on actions and reactions to show what they feel, but what about what they think and how they think?
With incredible tenderness, she reached down and cupped one diner’s face, titled it to meet her gaze, its heavy lids barely concealing the heaven in its head, tongue-tip flicking thin air. [Added content: She witnessed her power in that angelic face and it pleased her greatly. Even though the loyalty on display wasn’t entirely of their own making, these creatures, as lowly as they appeared, had forsaken a simple life in favour of depravity and succour. There was nobility in that. To know ones place and to seek it out without regard for the possible outcome.] She let it lick her thumb for a while and then, with the same care she’d taken it up, lowered it back down to continue its ministrations, her freed hand now tracing a nail around the gooseflesh of her breast.