Publisher: Hot Tropica Books
Genre: Alternative Romance
Heat Rating: 3
Blackmailed by a human.
And it had to be a human, because no one else would be so stupid. It seemed impossible and yet the three pictures that came with the letter clearly came from someone truly ignorant to what Alexander Kohler was or what he was capable of. Evidently his years with a blood source and his Cajun lover had made him soft as a mercenary vampire.
But after 30 days without blood and losing his lover, he was feeling just a little cranky.
Jack is working as a freelance photographer and barely scraping by, when he stumbles on a murder scene. He doesn’t know the black male dumping gasoline on the body or why he would want to hide the evidence of a murder, but he does know this man will pay a lot of money to get the pictures back. This could be the opportunity of a lifetime—or the chance to get himself killed.
I have to say that the cover is definitely worth 5 Tea Cups and a Recommended Look but since we don’t have that kind of rating for book covers, I guess I’ll just have to give it “Holy Crap!” and “Where can I get one of those?”
Okay, now that I’m done with drooling,
Jack Taylor is a freelance photographer. He is grappling with certain desires and when he sees this gorgeous black man coming out of an alley he is curious enough to start following him. Jack fantasized what it would be like to be with him, doing all kinds of nasty things. Then when he sees the man standing over a headless body, he knows he is onto something big. Jack decides to blackmail the man, not realizing that he is going to end up giving and getting more than he bargained for.
As I’m racing through the pages, I’m wondering what happens next. It has a great buildup, and you settle in for what is sure to be a good read and then BAM! It’s over. I have to say that I was a tad disappointed. This is not to say that it wasn’t good or anything like that.
Just like that.
Hopefully, there is going to be a second book.
3 Tea Cups!