- Noble Romance Publishing
- Release Date
- December 2010
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Ménage or more, Paranormal Romance
Sonora is torn between a human and a vampire. How can she choose between the man who makes her feel safe and the vampire that makes her blood race? Sonora prays to the Goddess for guidance while harboring secret desires that her broody vampire, Brom, and her brawny human, Avery, can get past their jealousy and be willing to do more than just share the witch in the middle.
Can the Goddess grant Sonora's wish, or will she be stuck making an impossible choice?
Book Review by Rho (reviewer)
Apr 16, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
224 people found the following review helpful
Sonora is a witch who's torn between her two lovers: a human named Avery and a vampire named Brom. She loves them both and can't choose between them. So, when they both show up at her apartment one evening demanding that she choose, she lets them know that she can not. They decide that if they want to be with her, they will have to share, and begin what can only be described as a night of sexual exploration and decadence.
This was an extremely short read. The characters were interesting. A witch, a vampire and a human--definitely a unique mix. It had great love scenes. There is m/m interaction in the story, but always with Sonora in the mix. There was also some wonderful dialogue, both between the main characters and well as the internal dialogue of Sonora. The story is told in the first person, from Sonora's point of view, and it lent a unique voice to the story.
My only complaint about the story is the development. I felt like I was missing something the whole time I was reading. I wanted to know how Sonora came by being a witch, and how was it that Brom was a vampire. Where is this taking place? Does everyone know about preternatural beings? Why does Avery call Brom a monster? I just felt like I should have known the answers to these questions in order to really understand the story.
I liked the way the trio came together. I enjoyed the way Brom pushed Avery's boundaries. I loved the way Sonora accepted the changes in dynamic: she loves it in theory, is a little unsure in reality, but ultimately sees the new direction of the relationship as the way it is supposed to be.
So, although I had my complaints, there was quite a few things that I really liked about this short. It had unique characters, great dialogue, and steamy love scenes, and those went a long way to round out the story.
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