From a castle in the rugged Scottish Highlands to the glittering salons of Edinburgh high society, the playground for the rich, titled and undead will never be the same when ultra-correct gentleman vampire Lord Kettering and feisty witch Blaire Lindsay make sparks fly.My Thoughts: I went into this book expecting a light, fluffy read. It sounded intriguing but I didn't think it would blow me away. However, I really, really ended up liking James. His reaction to Blaire was hilarious. I loved when he'd go to seduce her or enthrall her and end up completely enraptured by her scent or smile. It made me grin like a stupid person every single time.
Now, I'm not wrong in thinking that while this is a new series, it ties in with the Westfield Wolves series, right? And I feel a little lame for asking that because, after doing a little research, I see that Benjamin Westfield was the main character in book 2 of that series. So, yeah. New series but tied to the other. Nice. Now, the good news is that I haven't read all of the WW series (okay, fine! I've only read the 1st) but I wasn't lost in the least with this book.
As I said before, James got me good. His reactions, thoughts, yearning for Blaire were so damn cute. I just wanted to pinch his cheeks and pat him on the head. Then he started with the kissing and I had to fan myself a bit. That vamp can kiss. Of course, he had a very willing partner. Blaire jumped in with both feet and guns blazing and all those other things that people do. She got a taste and she wanted more. I appreciate that in a woman made to wear long skirts and lots of layers.
I ended up having a good time reading this book. It was fun. It was sexy. It had vampires. Win/win/win.
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