The Vampire's Bride by Amarinda Jones

Story: 8
Presentation: 9
Total: 17
Publisher: Siren
Erotic Paranormal
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Blurb: Josephine McDonough loved a vampire once. But he left her. Now she’s set to marry someone else. Someone who will remain true to her. Alaric, her vampire ex-lover, is not about to allow that to happen. He needs her. He loves her. She is also the key to him getting something he dearly wants - Maverick House – it is his birthright.

Alaric crashes her wedding and takes Josephine back to Maverick House. While she loves Alaric, how does she know he will be faithful and not leave her again? When she finds out that he needs her to obtain the house, she is furious. Does Alaric love her at all? And then there’s his cousin Richard. Josephine doesn’t love him, but she lusts after him. He answers the dark, sexual cravings of her soul.

Does Josephine stay or go? And does she have any say it in at all? Maverick House rules their destiny.

Review: There was so much about this story to love. Josephine is torn between marrying a man because it would result in a stable if not uneventful future and the vampire who owns her heart. But in the past when she gave Alaric her heart, he’d broken it. There is also the added element of Richard. Where Alaric is, Richard is sure to be as well and she is powerless to refuse his commanding authority. He takes her and she willingly submits. Alaric loves her but doesn’t satisfy that small part, deep within that need to be used and abused in deviantly naughty ways. Richard was so scrumptious in his dominant ways. Alaric was emotional and sensual. The combination was arousing and created heat within the story that nearly burned the screen of my e-reader.

There are a few unanswered questions regarding Maverick house, but the story of Josephine and who will own her heart is full of emotion and was a pleasure to read. At first I was a little concerned about the fiancé left at the alter, but I shouldn’t have worried. Ms. Jones does a brilliant job of weaving what could be an uncomfortable platform for her story with twists and turns that entertained. I thoroughly enjoyed reading The Vampire's Bride.

1 comment:

Amarinda Jones said...

Wow! What a great review. I'm gobsmacked. Thanks mate

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