Reviewed by Sandra Scholes
Heartthrob Vamp 1: Roman:
He has a rich history going back to the sixteenth century Scottish highlands, but Kate knows him as Adrian, and he is already someone she thinks she knows very well, and seems to trust, though Adrian is also an effortless heartthrob type who doesn’t seem to have to try to get the woman of his dreams – he just can and it can infuriate some men…He
has a deep interest in her, and gives the impression he won’t allow Calum to get close to her…or will he?
Heartthrob Vamp 2: Calum Garrett
Calum is an industrial entrepreneur who is known worldwide for his efforts, but for Kate, he is the one man she can get close to who has an amazing animal magnetism that has allured her since she met him. He is a real man’s man, and loves to make her feel sensual and sexy, even though at first she doesn’t quite understand his intentions. If he wants her, he will have to go through Roman, and this is when the game of erotic cat and mouse begins.
Alluring Femme Fatale: Kate Lindenstream
Poor Kate doesn’t have a clue as to why Calum came to her studio; he is the one who mixes with top class celebrities and tycoons, but its love at first sight for her when she sets eyes on him. She knows full well who he is, and feels star struck in his presence. Kate isn’t what she seems though, and Nial and Calum soon start to question her intentions for helping them too.
Review: This is the second part of Cooper-Posey's novel series, Blood Knot being the first received a lot of acclaim from reviewers and readers alike, and won many awards as a #1 bestseller, nominated Erotic Vampire Book of the Year, and received a CAPA Nomination for Best Paranormal Book of the Year by The Romance Studio. Cooper-Posey really heats up the story from the beginning of this novel with her trio of MMF sensuality.
Why did I like it? It’s racy, heated and deserves to be read at night before you go to bed – kick that hot b/f out of the room and have him make way for two hotter vamps and a woman who will find out what two men can really do for her!
You think you know menage romance - think again, Cooper-Posey's novel is deliciously forbidden.