Publisher: Amazon Digital
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Heat Rating: 3
Winter, a professional thief who can manipulate others’ biologies by touch, accidentally “healed” her former partner—and former vampire—Sebastian, whom she secretly loves. Her healing created a symbiot pairing between them that neither of them wants.
Nathanial, a sexy thousand-year-old vampire and Sebastian’s ex-lover, talks Sebastian and Winter into stealing evidence that will expose all vampires to the world. But Nathanial is a puppet-master who doesn’t believe in falling in love with humans, leaving Winter unsure of his real feelings for her once he seduces her, or how he feels about Sebastian, the former vampire-now-human whose life he has turned upside down once more.
But the evidence they steal is hot property. The future of all vampires is on the line and others will stop at nothing to get it, leaving Sebastian, Winter and Nathanial with no allies but each other. They must trust each other to survive. Only...can they?
Clare C's Review
Blood Knot by Tracy Cooper-Posey stands head-and-shoulders above most other vampire books on the merits of its plot and characters.
Nial and Sebastian are vampires who’ve been lovers for two hundred and fifty years. They parted ways before the beginning of the novel. In the meantime, Sebastian, a thief, has partnered with Winter. Due to their reticence to get close to another person, their relationship remained professional even though both harbored a secret love for the other. And that’s just the backstory. So much more happens in the actual novel. If this were a movie, it would be an action flick with a hot, romantic twist.
I loved the way Cooper-Posey wove the baggage between Nial and Sebastian into both men’s evolving relationships with Winter. It gave them all a chance to heal from past wounds and to grow as people. The author brought them to life, gave them depth, and made them so real. The love scenes were steamy and passionate, romantic and erotic. The only reason I rated this 4 Tea Cups instead of 5 lay in the excessive use of passive verbs because it slowed down pace and flow of the story. If you like vampire stories or any kind of epic love story, you have to read Blood Knot.
4 Tea Cups!