Early Review: Crave by Felicity Heaton

Posted 13 March, 2012 by Lori @ Romancing the Dark Side in Early Review, Reviews / 1 Comment

This book may be unsuitable for readers under 18 years of age due to one or more of the following: strong sexual content, language, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
Crave by Felicity Heaton
Series: Vampire Erotic Theatre #2
Genre: Erotic Paranormal Romance
Published by: Author on March 10, 2012
Format: eARC
Pages: 110
Source: Author
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His mind has been set on his work for the past one hundred years. Now a forbidden beauty has stolen his attention and is threatening to steal his heart too.

Callum has come to the city of romance on business, not pleasure, but when he sets eyes on a gorgeous werewolf in a nightclub, he can’t ignore the dark carnal craving she ignites in him. His work for Vampirerotique, the erotic theatre he runs with three other vampires, can wait. The only thing that matters now is satisfying his sinful hunger for a woman who most vampires would consider an enemy.

Kristina is on the run from her pack. Her alpha is intent on forcing her to bear his child and she’s not about to live through the same nightmare as her mother had. When a tall, dark and sexy vampire catches her eye, she can’t believe the ferocity of the desire he unleashes in her or the fact that she enjoys the feel of his eyes on her and his silent pursuit of her in the clubs each night.

When Kristina finally gets a taste of Callum in a forbidden kiss, will she be strong enough to resist the allure of the vampire and his offer to share his bed for a week of unbridled, wild sex, or will she surrender to her own craving for the safety and passion she finds in his embrace?

*I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Hotter than the first!

The tales of the Vampirerotique Theatre continue with Callum, the workaholic vampire on a search for new talent for the theater’s newest show in the city of Paris. His business trip takes a slight turn when he encounters the beautiful and seductive Kristina, a werewolf that sparks a dangerous desire in Callum. On the run from a man and a future she refuses to be tied down to, Kristina knows it’s only a matter of time before danger catches up to her…she just didn’t know it would come in the form of a sexy vampire. Lust and insatiable passion ensues between Callum and Kristina but one kiss will be their undoing and the beginning of a forbidden romance neither expected.

Just when I think Ms. Heaton can’t top the heat factor in her books, she proves me wrong with CRAVE, it’s twice as hot as Covet and that’s saying something! This dark and passionate love story is truly captivating from the first page. Callum has an air of mystery about him you’re dying to explore and he wastes no time in showing his sexiness and just how wicked he can be, I love his honesty and determination to woo Kristina and to steal her heart.

“I don’t have a hard-on for your species…just you.” Callum moved faster than she could evade, catching the wrist of the hand she held the cocktail stick in, pulling it away from her lips and claiming them for his own.

Kristina is a stand up heroine who is independent and confident but also has the vulnerability that is relatable. Her character is not the hard core, stubborn and combative werewolf heroine you usually encounter, yet I love her sharp tongue and rebellious nature. Callum and Kristina are intense, their forbidden romance is steamy, sultry and leave you yearning for more!

Felicity Heaton is a master at creating a forbidden romance with stellar characters you can’t help falling for. Her vampires and werewolves are dark and dangerous…just the way I like them! With a sensual tone, a touch of suspense and a beautiful romance between two brave souls, crave is exactly what you’ll do for this author once you’re finished reading!

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