As someone who loves Paranormal romance, I was automatically drawn to this storyline with major curiosity. Maya Tyler has done it again with this unique ability she has of drawing in the reader totally into the world she has created. In some way’s, from jennlyreads review, I am somewhat reminded of Anne Rice’s “Interview with a Vampire”, even though its very apparent, this is a Tyler story not a Rice’s story, there are certainly some similarities. That being said I cannot wait to get my hand’s on the book this review has done it’s job drawing in a reader/blogger who now has a deep interest in the how, where and definitely why’s of this awesome book. Actually it has been placed at the top of my TBR pile and I have pre ordered it already. If your a ‘Vampire Lover’ don’t pass this one up because I believe you will be VERY pleasantly surprised.

Jennly Reads

Full disclosure, I was provided an advanced copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.

An action packed paranormal romance

Marisa Clements is not your average romance novelist. An introvert by choice, she is rarely seen outside of her house; her only companion being her laptop and her vampire romance novels.  With a nonexistent love life, she relies on her vivid imagination as fuel for her craft.  Being a skeptic writing about the paranormal doesn’t make the task easier, but it at least pays the bills. Enter Corgan Halton, the “fictional” lead in her newest vampire yarn. Dark, dashing, tortured, passionate….and standing in Marisa’s apartment. But how can this be? Vampires aren’t real, right?

Corgan’s appearance in Marisa’s apartment wasn’t by chance. He is aware of her vocation and many other aspects of her life. Corgan is tired of the world’s misconceptions of vampires and…

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