Thursday, June 24, 2010

Review: The Envoy by Delilah Stephans

The Envoy by Delilah Stephans

Publisher: Lyrical Press
Genre: Paranormal Romance


Heat Rating: 2


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Blurb

Danger and passion stalk the cool southern nights.

When Diana Matthews waited on Francisco Bolle at Electronic Avenue, she never imagined the dangerous world of vampires was more than mere myth. Nor did she imagine one would come to her rescue when three thugs confronted her after work. Fascinated with his old world charm, Diana can't resist being drawn to Francisco even though his true nature is as frightening as it is fascinating.

Francisco Bolle is intrigued by the feisty, petite sales clerk. But when an old enemy returns to challenge the laws of Vampire society, danger and death might come between them. Diana had just started to accept what he is when the worst side of himself surfaces.

Can Francisco and Diana survive the danger? More importantly, can they survive their love?


Angelique’s Review

“The Envoy” was unlike any other vampire book I have read. The mythology behind Ms. Stephans’ vampires is interesting, the plot engaging, and the characters are enticing. This short thriller will slowly draw you in and propel you until The End.

I really enjoyed the strength of the heroine Diana. When finding herself in messy situations, she acts instead of playing the victim. Her character was a good pair for the vampire Frank, but I would have liked to see more intimate scenes between them. Mike was a hoot!

Enjoyable and imaginative are the best words to describe “The Envoy.” And I wouldn’t mind reading more from this reality either, Ms. Stephans.

4 Tea Cups!

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1 comment:

Delilah said...

Thank you so much for the 4 Tea Cups and the lovely comments.

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