- Felicity Heaton
- Release Date
- May 2013
- Book 6 of Vampire Erotic Theatre Series
Erotic Romance, Fantasy Romance, Paranormal Romance, Vamps & Shifters Romance
A powerful vampire lost deep in his bloodlust, Snow is a savage animal, mindless with rage and a thirst for violence, and trapped with no hope of awakening from an endless nightmare… until a song draws him up from the abyss, restoring his sanity but leaving him haunted by the sweet feminine scent of lilies and snow, and fragmented familiar lyrics.
When the mysterious and beautiful songstress reappears in Snow's room at Vampirerotique, she awakens a fierce protective streak and stirs dark desires that drive him to claim her as his female, even when he knows his touch will destroy her innocence.
A single forbidden taste is all it takes to unleash emotions in Aurora that she shouldn't possess, tearing her between duty and desire, and luring her into surrendering to her wildfire passion and embracing hungers that burn so hotly they threaten to consume them both.
One act of kindness can lead to one thousand acts of sin though, each a black mark against the bearer's soul and another grain of sand that slips through an hourglass. The clock is ticking and time is almost up. Can beauty save the beast?
Book Review by Vixhen (reviewer)
Dec 23, 2013 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
118 people found the following review helpful
Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let it Snow!
Snow is the white-haired, oft-feared, elusive brother of Antoine. He has suffered from bloodlust for most of his long life and bears the shame of having decimated his entire family during one of his fitful rages. He has resigned himself to a solitary life where death would be a welcome companion. Watching life at Vampirerotique evolve into a family affair with everyone partnering off, he wonders why he chooses to remain there at all.
Aurora is an angel who has been watching Snow since his youth. In fact, it is her intervention that sets in motion a course of events that changed his life forever. During one of his particularly violent bloodlust episodes, she comes to him and soothes his inner beast with a song. One he's lucid again, he can sense her presence. She finds herself becoming more and more drawn to him, which causes her to break the rules and reveal herself to him.
While Aurora's main mission is to determine Snow's fate, she finds herself not only feeling that he's been misunderstood, but she feels that it's her job to save him. Snow realizes what he's feeling for the angel can never be possible. In most people's eyes he's an animalistic beast who must be shackled to his bed during one of his bouts. However, the petite angel has awakened something in him he thought long dead.
Aurora has a duty to perform, but never having been one to follow the rules, she finds herself quickly falling for the imposing warrior vampire. But time is ticking away and Heaven's angels are tired of waiting for Aurora to do what she's been instructed to. Will Snow and Aurora's forbidden attraction come to fruition or will it destroy them both?
What can I say? Snow intrigued me since book one of this series. To say that I love the underdog would be a gross understatement! Snow is the consummate anti-hero. He is dark, mysterious, brooding, sexy as hell and vicious. Sign me up! I loved this couple. Who would have thought that an angel would be the one female who could capture his heart and make him feel again?
I loved the fire inside of Aurora. She did not back now, and she was not afraid to take on Snow and his bloodlust. I likened Snow to a newborn that was learning how to take his first steps back into the world he had long left behind. I wanted this couple to work. I wanted Aurora to break through Snow's iron barriers and make him see her, really see her.
I loved this book, and his story was so worth the wait. My emotions ran the gamut between laughter, anger and pure thermonuclear meltdown. Ms. Heaton has a gift for writing a hot love scene that will have you sticking your head in the freezer. Repeatedly. I just have one request for Ms. Heaton…more, please.
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