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Amy and Jennifer ARE Seduced by Books. We’re both in our 30’s, moms, close friends, work together, and share many of the same interests including our love of reading. Amy grew up in Maryland and has been obsessed with Vampires for as long as she can remember. Jenn grew up in Florida and loves the furry, the fey, and the fangs, in that order. Currently we are both in Orlando, FL. When we can be pulled away from books, Amy loves to bake and Jenn loves to take pictures and scrap.
We decided to create a place where we could direct friends, and acquaintances for, book suggestions/recommendations (Jenn’s been known to talk to strangers on the train while traveling in NYC). Once we started out with a simple page, we evolved from there. Now we are sharing our book reviews, fun comments, recipes, and giveaways. We try to give reviews on new releases, pre-releases, and oldies but goodies that we read, or are reading. We’re going to be adding author interviews for established and up and coming authors soon.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

In The Heat of the Bite by Lydia Dare

In the Heat of the BiteChivalry is far from undead...

Matthew Halkett, Earl of Blodswell, is one of the few men in the ton who can claim to be a knight in shining armor- because that's precisely what he was before being turned into a vampyre. When he spies a damsel in distress in the midst of a storm in Hyde Park, his natural instinct is to rush to her aid...

But not every woman needs to be rescued...
Weather-controlling witch Rhiannon Sinclair isn't caught in a storm-she's the cause of it. She's mortified to have been caught making trouble by the imposing earl, but she doesn't need any man-never has, and is sure she never will...
But when Rhiannon encounters Matthew again, her powers go awry and his supernatural abilities run amok. Between the two of them, the ton is thrown into an uproar. There's never been a more tempestuous scandal...(courtesy of Amazon)

Lydia Dare – the combo team – brings us the 2nd in the Regency Vampire trilogy which links to their Westfield Wolves series. I have said it before with Dare, as soon as I crack it open, I can’t put it down.

The historical paranormal romance has to be a weak spot for me, and Dare nails it every time. Dare’s 1800’s outlook, matched with independent women characters equals a great combination. Probably the funniest moments for me is the ‘compromising’ situations they end up in. Dare’s books are full of flavor and her titles fun.

Matt and Rhiannon's chemistry combined with the confrontations with Rhi's aunt, just splendid!  Most of the coven has headed to the alter. 

I can’t wait for Sorcha’s book! Never Been Bit out this Sept. 

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