Lissa Trevor
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Release Date
October 2014
Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy, Vamps & Shifters Romance

Marta needs a vampire fang and a werewolf claw to make a protective amulet to break her sister's enthrallment to an evil incubus who wants to drain their coven of their power. Cassius, her ex is a vampire, and she'd love to knock his tooth out--because when she told him she wanted to be his exclusively after she caught him in a blood orgy, he let her walk away.

Even though she's a powerful witch, she's not strong enough to take on a vampire – especially one who could make her orgasm with a thought. So she hires MacKenzie, a werewolf mercenary, to do her dirty work. Not to do her. But their chemistry explodes into a scorching one night stand.

It turns out Cassius wasn't actually ready to give Marta up. He crashes the one night stand and demands that Marta and MacKenzie use sex magic to will seal the incubus's access to their world forever. Sure, it'll work. But if Marta becomes part of the threesome, her dreams of having a monogamous relationship will go right out the window, and leave her with an emotionally distant vampire and a half-mad werewolf in her bed.

Book Review by Evampire (reviewer)
Dec 12, 2014   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
154 people found the following review helpful
Marta needs a vampire fang and a werewolf claw to save her sister from an incubus's hold. Instead she gets a threesome with her ex, an emotionally distant vampire and a half-mad werewolf in this riveting paranormal romance.

A fast pace and smooth flowing plot keeps readers on the edge of their seat with suspense, excitement and passion. When Marta approaches MacKenzie, the mad werewolf, to implement her plan to save her sister, white hot passion explodes from the pages. Add Cassius to the picture and the passion scorches the pages with frequent hot and steamy sex scenes. The reader can't help but get caught up in all the chemistry that burns between these characters and the sparks that fly while trying to work out an agreeable plan.

The intriguing story draws the reader in and anticipation builds throughout the story as the incubus is determined to have his way. The magical passion and mayhem caused by him and Marta's sister spices up the story with excitement. I found the story to be enjoyable and entertaining with an interesting plot and elements, but I can't help but feel that it would have been better if it had been longer.
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Book Review by BookAddict (reviewer)
Dec 22, 2014   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
158 people found the following review helpful
Ménage lovers who enjoy the unholy trinity of vampire, werewolf and witch, read this book. Ms. Trevor is a relatively new author for me. I've read a couple of her short stories found in anthologies. Each time, the sex in it makes me pant with desire and ready to jump my spouse. This story does the same.

Marta is a witch who is in a love-hate relationship with an ex-boyfriend, Cassius. Cassius is a vampire who needs blood to survive and for him, sex and blood go hand in hand. Sometimes, a guy just needs a blood orgy to feed his hunger. Marta is a prude who is appalled by Cassius' sex fiend needs. Is this a judgmental assessment of Marta? Yes. She comes across as a know-it-all, holier-than-thou bitch. However, when she needs something, she will stoop down to take it from someone she feels is beneath her.

Marta knows werewolves hate witches. Werewolves loath witches in this story world because they do come across as judgmental and snotty. Even Marta's request for help from MacKenzie, a crazy werewolf, shows how rudely she demands than any negotiating finesse. Marta's narrow-minded attitude is what really rubs me wrong. Ms. Trevor does an excellent job with her character creation, specifically the flaws. Then she does a lovely job of turning it around, albeit a bit rapidly. Marta's eyes and legs open up willingly and the story starts to flow more smoothly.

Sex is the universal language of acceptance for Marta, Cassius and MacKenzie. While the story does have a plot, it is overshadowed by the sexual tension between the three characters. When they have sex, it is explosive, messy, sweaty, bloody and hawt. Ms. Trevor does a superb job in describing the sex scenes and it is smoking hawt. Ladies, make sure your favourite toy is charged and ready to go.

Even with the heat generated by this threesome, the focus is taken a little away by a surprise character showing up at the end. This male character is the owner of the BDSM club Marta's hated. Forget about these three and let's get on with learning about this dangerous and powerful owner. Hopefully there will be a book focusing on him.

This paranormal romance is recommended for kinky ménage lovers who want to enjoy a good sexy story.
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