Monday, September 13, 2010

Review: Bait by Annie Nicholas

Bait by Annie Nicholas

Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Sent on a mission to lure Budapest’s vampire Overlord into a trap, Connie Bence is instead caught red-handed by the dark Casanova. Her employer has concrete proof of the dubious leader’s misdeeds but she is surprised when the ruthless killer, Rurik, offers her protection and rescues her from his own kind. It pants seeds of doubt in her mind and she begins to question his guilt. Now she is thrown into his world where blackmail determines her every move and where she must betray those she cares about or let them die. The stakes are high. She either puts her trust in Rurik, or leads him to his execution.

Love or life.

Hunter’s Review

Wow. Where can I get my own Rurik? Annie Nicholas has created such hot characters they practically steam off the page in this first person narrative that takes a fresh look at the vampire genre. Nicholas’ vampires do not glow or sparkle. While some of them are not necessarily monsters, they are, in fact, bloodsuckers in the best possible way.

The author has managed to take a subject—vampires—that I think a lot of people would argue that the vampire time has passed but Nicholas managed to make it feel fresh again. I look forward to investigating more books from her.

5 Tea Cups!

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1 comment:

Annie Nicholas said...

Thank you for reviewing my book.


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