A Romantically Fang-tastic Read...
This book surpassed all my expectations. In an age of sparkling day-walkers, we get some good old traditional vampires who have moved with the times. They're powerful, clever, and have built some strong financial power for themselves. However, a number of them are still 'monsters'. Dorian Taylor is an exception. He does not view mortals as merely play-toys or food, like his associates. He longs for something more and finds it in Jennifer, he also finds his heart.
Definitely not a book for anyone under eighteen, but a cracking good read. Miss Black supplies the reader with a good amount of BDSM and sex. But even more importantly she provides us with a love story with plenty of danger lurking in the shadows. There are twists and turns I did not see coming which I found both moving and exciting. While some situations might seem trite to some people, the author does something else that certainly makes up for it. She makes us 'care' about the characters, including the supporting ones.
A damn good read, which I highly recommend to others.
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