I don't have much to say about this book. It was OK for a vamp romance. There were a couple of nice twists to the usual vampire lore, but I felt that the main characters were two-dimensional. I couldn't really get a sense of either one of them. The romance was fine, the sex was fine. It's a quick read.
I've read better, I've read worse. I agree with the other post, not a real mystery. But, yes, the sex was VERY HOT. Worth the time, it's a very short book.
Meh. Typical romance between a mortal female and a male Dom/incubus/vampire. Some hot sex scenes but nothing really different or special. Meh.
This book had a few surprises in the beginning that almost turned me off. Aerin's self hatred is so strong I had a hard time picturing how anyone would find her attractive at all. But its fiction so of course someone, and not just someone, but some hot, gorgeous someone does. From then on the book is rather predictable, the "mystery" is not really a mystery, and the ending is as expected. This is not a bad book by any means: the setting is fine, the characters are likeable and the sex is hot, but I did have a problem with the accelerated pace of events. I will be looking forward to reading more by this author.
wow! i could not put this one down! hot!
Within the walls of a highclass hedonists club mousy Aerin Peters will find her sexual identity admidst the confusion of her mid-life crisis..