Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Review: Madison Avenue Vampire by Jenna Reynolds

Madison Avenue Vampire by Jenna Reynolds

Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Heat Rating: 3



It’s the swinging 1960s and Richard owns one of Manhattan’s major advertising agencies. He’s also a vampire. He hungers to make love to Lana Sorenson’s lush, voluptuous body, but he also thirsts to sink his fangs into her lovely neck. Richard’s desire for blood is nearly out of control, and surrendering to both his lusts may deprive Lana of her life.

Lana is the proverbial farmer’s daughter. A small town girl from Wisconsin, Lana regularly sees things she never would have imagined in her wildest dreams. But when she finds out the handsome, sexy man she’s dating is a vampire, Lana is faced with the terrifying possibility that the first time she and Richard make love could also be the last. Literally.

Hunter's Review

Set in the 1960s, Lana is a farm girl who has fallen in love with her boss. The one problem? He’s a vampire. After witnessing him feeding at a party, she jumps to the conclusion that he is homosexual and he has no choice but to educate her about what he actually is: undead.

Richard is a strong, sexy hero who took me back to the paranormal romances I read ten years ago. He’s less tough and more despondent about his dark fate (think Louis instead of Lestat and the early heroes of Amanda Ashley came to mind.) Lana was not what I expected and I really enjoyed her. The sex scenes are few but well written and I recommend this book highly.

4 1/2 Tea Cups!

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