Bite Me

Michelle Roth
Bite Me
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Evernight Publishing
Release Date
October 2015
Book 2 of The Transfigured Ones
Erotic Romance, Paranormal Romance

Magnus Corbett is the world renowned head chef for Usquebaugh, the wildly popular restaurant and whiskey bar inside the Foxwood Hotel and Casino. He's certain that it was his status as one of the Transfigured that put him on the map. It will be bold flavors and his tireless work ethic that keep him there. And, if he has to be a little blunt to get things done? So be it.

When bar manager, Caroline Lundquist, develops a line of cocktails to breathe some life into the drink menu, she's determined to have new gin-inspired dishes to pair with them. During their collaboration she finds herself falling for the side of Magnus that people rarely see. He's sweet. Compassionate. Caring. As they begin to navigate the perils of a vampire-human relationship, both of their pasts crop up, threatening to destroy everything they're working so hard to build together.

Book Review by Evampire (reviewer)
Jan 06, 2016   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
209 people found the following review helpful
Magnus Corbett is a little blunt when it comes to getting things done but he's determined that bold flavors and his tireless work ethic will keep him on the map as a renowned head chef in this riveting paranormal romance.

Caroline Lundquist is determined to have new gin-inspired dishes to pair with her new line of cocktails and the reader can't help but be drawn into this romance as Magnus and Caroline's collaboration leads to something more. The chemistry is sweet and spicy with some hot and steamy sex scenes but not only is navigating a vampire-human relationship difficult, both of their pasts crop up and threaten to destroy their growing relationship. The characters are strong, charming and pull the reader into their well written, fast paced and smooth flowing story full of suspense and romance.

The story is a sweet romance that has Magnus and Caroline overcoming prejudices and insecurities in order to reach for their happily ever after. There is some fun and chuckles throughout the story as well, provided by some humorous dialogue. While I didn't find this one quite as good as the first one, although I couldn't tell you why that is, it was still a captivating story in a fascinating world and I am looking forward to reading the next one.
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