Blood Obsession by L.E. Wilson
If Vampires and Witches are you “go to” read, have I got a book for you!
Publisher’s Description: Sacrifices had to be made for the greater, bloody good.
At least that’s what vampire Aiden Sinclair kept telling himself when he woke up in an unfamiliar city, with no phone, no money, and no memory of how he’d gotten there, or why. All he wants is to get back to Seattle, and back to his job as a Hunter. But when he happens upon the lovely derriere of a cheeky witch in distress who is being hunted by creatures he finds he is all too familiar with, Aiden must make a choice: Suppress his fears and be with the girl? Or embrace the truth and save them all?
Destinies will be fulfilled.
Grace Moss may be a witch, but her magic totally sucks. Hence the reason she finds herself saying yes to an unexpected offer of aid from a dusty, yet yummy-smelling vampire with a sexy British accent and bright grey eyes that dance with mischief and heat her blood. Yet there’s something rather strange going on with her new admirer: Something that makes her skin crawl, even as his touch makes her blood sing. And it’s not just the fact that he has fangs.
Now Grace and Aiden are being hunted relentlessly, and there’s no escape in sight. To survive, Grace will have to accept him as he is – into her heart, and into her arms. And Aiden will have to trust that her love will be enough to save him.
Possible spoilers beyond this point.
Nervous Nellie says…….
This is a vampire romance thriller. Some sex scenes, no cliffhanger. There is violence and some of it is on the graphic side, but it’s not horrific at all. As a matter of fact, the violence adds to the the severity of the circumstances. This book is part of a series, but I read it as a stand alone and I caught up just fine.
Yes, this is another vampire romance, but it had originality. In fact, this was a book I particularly loved. The characters were developed and individual. Aiden has his own personality and a wonderful British accent as well as the feisty heroine (and she is one rockin’ heroine), Grace. There are support characters that have Scottish accents. It was a little bit of a challenge to read the words accented as they would have sounded, but that bit of change from the norm was enough to develop the character in my mind.
As I said, the book is #3 in a series, and while it focused on one couple, there are supporting characters that had been introduced in prior books. I didn’t have any trouble catching on to the story, but I know there is more information in books #1 & #2 that would be helpful insight.
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