Book Review

by Cricket Starr

Genre: Erotic Romance, Paranormal

2006 Paranormal/Fantasy/Sci-fi Erotic Romance Nominee

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Michael Brown enters a West Hollywood nightclub looking for Cleopatra Lutz. He knows all about her, but she knows nothing about him.

Michael, who has strong mental
powers, was companion to nightwalker Vladimir Rostin for decades. (That's what Cleo's people call themselves, instead of vampires.) But Vlad has found his bloodmate, leaving Michael
in search of another nightwalker to choose him as companion.

Cleo has been snacking on delivery men for weeks -- she orders food, then mesmerizes and feeds -- but it's no longer satisfying. She can feel herself being read but can't pinpoint the source. It seems that someone knows who she is, and there's something very
different about him.

Starr writes a strong, sensitive and memorable love story filled with plenty of sex. Michael's sensitivity and his treatment of Cleo are touching. The
pacing is excellent, although their new relationship is compressed into a
short timeframe. The feelings are real,
though, and this is a terrific book that's
difficult to put down. (dl $5.95)

Reviewed By: Leigh Rowling


Published: April 2006

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