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by Felicity Heaton
Released: January 19, 2013
Series: Vampire Erotic Theatre #5
Published by Felicity Heaton
“What I like about Ms. Heaton’s VET series is that she never fails to deliver just the right amount of romance, steamy scenes, well-developed characters and some action in her short stories” ~Under The Covers
Payne is half vampire, half incubus but embraced only his vampire side. Due to a tragic past, he has abandoned any connections with his vampire family. And most certainly will not entertain any connections with his fae roots. But as his friend and his mate is in need, Payne will stop at nothing to help. Elissa is a witch on her own and on a mission to retrieve what matters to her
most. Just like Payne, she will do everything in her power to achieve what she needs. If it takes working with a vampire-incubus, so be it.
I thought Payne and Elissa were perfect for each other. They have been alone all their lives and finally finding someone is just well deserved. They were definitely hot for each other, hot enough readers will feel their passion through the pages. I have to say, I did not expect Payne to have so much…animation. He has always been so standoff-ish and we really get to see this nitty gritty side of him. Of course, it is great to see the rest of the VET characters and Ms. Heaton never fails to provide her readers that satisfaction. I just love seeing them come together and protect each other. But what stroke me senseless was the sight of Snow, who I’ve totally lusted over from the beginning. Boy, his “dark side” showed even more in this book. I totally felt for him. With his book up next and knowing it is the last of the VET series, anticipation has really built up. I
have no doubt Ms. Heaton is preparing us for an epic story.
What I like about Ms. Heaton’s VET series is that she never fails to deliver just the right amount of romance, steamy scenes, well-developed characters and some action in her short stories. That is why it is so easy for me to recommend this series, she never disappoints.
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I coblog and review here at Under the Covers and occasionally review for Hot Listens.I love to read PNR, UF, Contemporary, New Adult, and Romantic Suspense. Occasionally, I will venture to Erotica, BDSM reads and rarely Historical Romance. There are some sub-genres that I don’t always enjoy, but I’m open to stepping out of my comfort zone.For the most part, as long as there’s a hint of romance, I’m pretty much in.
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