Author: Sharon Page
Paperback: 304 pages
Publisher: Aphrodisia (January 1, 2007)
From the back of the book:
NEVER BEEN BITTEN
Althea Yates is a vampire hunter, skilled with the crossbow and the stake. But she knows nothing of a man’s touch - or how to control the unladylike dreams that haunt her in her sleep. That is when they come, two men of unearthly beauty who ravish her in sweet carnal games , taking her to the precipice of exquisite desire and unimaginable erotic pleasure. It is scandalous. Forbidden. Unholy. For her lovers are not men, but vampires - the very beasts she and her father have sworn to destroy.
It is only a dream … until the elegant carriage arrives at the inn, drawn by four black horses. Until Yannick de Wynter, Earl of Brookshire, alights, silver-eyed determined, and hungry for something she cannot name. And suddenly, Althea is no longer certain whether she has had a dream … or a dangerously erotic premonition.
This book deals with three-some and there is some m/m relationships. So if those make you squicky then this isn’t the book for you. However, I really liked it. Very well written and a very good story line.
Althea was a bit of a ninny for me. Personally if I had two vampires claiming to be in love with me, and wanting to do wicked yet delightful things with me, I’d be a little creeped out and thoughtful. She seemed to just jump right in. Oh your brother is in bed with me? That’s fine let me let him have his way with me as well. Yannick was a wonderful character, and yet I still fell for Bastien. He seemed to just jump out of the pages at me. Even though I felt that he was a bit of a secondary character, which I suppose he was.
Rating: 3.5 out of 5