The interesting plot of this book takes up about 50 pages. The rest is all sex related. Granted it was written well, but I guess I just wasn't in the mood. I will read the next book in this series, but I'm not racing out to read it.
Passionate Thirst was OK. Even though I thought Candace and Ash made a good couple, the reason for not wanting to change didn't ring true. She knew what he was and went into it with her eyes open. Without giving anything away, I felt the mystery aspect was a bit contrived and I wished the author gave a more plausible reason for what was happening. It wasn't a total loss though because I want to read the next book.
Candace Steele is as tough as she is alluring. For her, killing vampires isn't just a job-it's personal: She's still haunted by erotic memories of an all-comsuming affair with Ash, a seductive vampire who thrilled her-and then nearly destroyed her...
I'm not sure what I think about this one. I liked it enough that I will definately read the second one. It's interesting it just seemed like there wasn't quite enough depth to it, but then first books in a series can be that way. So much of them tend to be set up.
Candace Steele is a vampire killer. Interestingly enough she's in love with a vampire. Candace works security at a casino in Vegas. She is asked to provide security for a famous singer and her crew. One of the crew is a vampire so Candace's radar is up immediately. I enjoyed the romance between Candace and Ash but found the whole singer at the casino part of the book rather boring. All in all an ok start to the series. I look forward to future adventures between Candace and Ash.
I wasn't pleased with this series. The novels seem to be a really poor rip-off of Laurell K Hamilton's Anita Blake books and the writing was pretty unimaginative. The third book was nothing but one ridiculous sex scene after another and the main character kept waffling back and forth on personal angst issues. The most impressive part of this trilogy is the cover art
Candace Steel is as tough as she is alluring. For her, killing vampires isn't just a job-it's personal. She's still haunted by erotic memories of an all-consuming affair with Ash, a seductive vampire who thrilled her-and then nearly destroyed her....