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Thursday, July 22, 2010

Sweet Heat by Jan Springer



Sweet Heat by Jan Springer
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave Publishing
Genre: Paranormal, Contemp
Length: Short Story (77 pgs)
Other: M/F/M, menage, anal sex
Rating: 5 cherries
Reviewed by Ambrosia

Running from an arranged marriage, Juliette Dárques hides within Vampira, a secret clique of female vampires who live among humans and have sworn off sex with males. Julie thought she was safe until scorching dreams leave her craving every hot, pulsing inch of the twin vamps newly hired at the factory she owns. Every night they set her fangs on fire, sandwiching her between their strong, naked bodies, whisking her into a world of forbidden ecstasy.

Caleb and Zander Davenport have always shared a magnificent brotherly bond, which includes the need to share their females. Lately, they’ve been hungering for Julie…and plan on seducing her out of her dreams and into their arms.

Dreams do come true! When a female vampire runs from her family in the early 1900’s to escape an arranged marriage to two male vampires, she can only run so far. In modern day they find her and sweeten the pot by joining her at night with erotic dreams that drive her to distraction.

Juliette doesn’t want to be like every traditional female in her family and flees the night before her dual wedding to join a coven of females called the Vampira. The elite group of women are sworn to protect each other from similar forced unions and hide their members using drugs to make them seem human and mask their blood scent. The only thing they must promise: no sex with males. Julie has no idea of the cost involved when coming face to face with her chosen mates, no matter how long it’s been since they connected.

Caleb and Zander Davenport are brothers who share a bond not many do. They are linked in their minds, not only to each other, but to Juliette since the moment they saw her as a baby. The problem is they have no idea where to find their runaway bride until they stumble across her in America a hundred years later.

Worth every calorie, I swear! The tale is sweet and makes you drool like a kid in a candy shop. Each dream the heroine has is more intense than the last as the well-woven words entrance you until you squirm in your seat…or bed. I highly recommend this story for a quick, tasty read but don’t forget to bring a box of chocolates…and a bib. You’ll need them.

This story deserves every one of its five cherries.

1 comment:

janspringer said...

Ambrosia,

Thanks so much for the wonderful review and the delicious five cherries for Sweet Heat!
I appreciate it. :-)

Hugs,
jan