Dying to Love Her

Dana Lorraine
Dying to Love Her
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Publisher
Ellora's Cave
Release Date
November 2013
Genre
Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Paranormal Romance

SUMMARY
When Melanie Woodson joins Empriva Fitness she expects to lose weight, not gain two sexy vampire personal trainers. With an exercise regimen that includes passionate horizontal workouts, fat-burning orgasms and lusty words of encouragement, she's in serious danger of forgetting their relationship is based on a business agreement and not mutual attraction.

Alec Kosta and Rook Abernathy, best friends and owners of Empriva, have waited over a century for the right lifemate to come along. Now that they've found Melanie, with her endless curves and quick wit, they're ready to give up countless lifetimes to spend just one with her.

But time isn't on their side—they've tasted her blood and now mere days are all they have to convince her their love is real or risk losing their chance to be with her forever.

Book Review by Lynn (reviewer)
Dec 18, 2013   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
78 people found the following review helpful
DYING TO LOVE HER explores a nontraditional view of love in the vampire world and what sacrifices people are willing to make in the name of love.

Melanie thought she was a little overweight so she decided to join a gym. Empriva Fitness had an amazing reputation with guaranteed results. What she didn't know is that the rapid weight loss experienced by clients of Empriva Fitness is the result of a special enzyme that increases metabolism--and that this enzyme is created by a vampire's bite. Melanie doesn't mind so much because the bite feels good and the two men, or vampires, who want to bite her are gorgeous.

Of course biting isn't the only part of the weight loss plan; there also has to be sex. Again, Melanie is willing to make whatever "sacrifices" she must to lose some weight. But Alec and Rook, the owners of Empriva Fitness, are keeping a secret from Melanie--she is the key to their humanity. Now that they have found Melanie they have a limited amount of time to get her to understand everything that is happening and accept them both into her life.

For me, this book was fun above all else. Melanie is thrown into this crazy situation and given all of this unbelievable information in a very short period of time. In her mind she is so focused on losing weight that she isn't able to process some of the heavier information being given to her. Alec and Rook want to make her a permanent fixture in their lives and she is worried that if they stop biting her she won't lose weight. There is a great deal of humor that arises from the misunderstandings, the time crunch, the sometimes too straightforward approach of Rook, and the instant and unexplainable sexual attraction.

The dynamic and differing personalities between Rook and Alec were also a complete pleasure to read. While there were some serious elements thrown in--Rook and Alec's existence depends on their ability to connect with Melanie--this book was mostly light and a complete joy to read.
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