Aug 27, 2015

Nightlord Lover by Kathy Kulig Review






Warrior vampire Garrick Labar guards the secrets of the Guild. His comrade--vampire and sorcerer Ramon Travere--enforces the uneasy alliance between mortals and immortals. When Larissa Devine moves into town, both Garrick and Ramon are mesmerized and enraptured by her. They crave to claim her as their crimson swan and lover. But a new arrival is fair game and if they don’t claim her first, a band of renegades will.
Larissa finds a blistering-hot ménage with her protectors too intoxicating to resist. The immortals can’t deny their sexual attraction for her and sense her blood pulsing hot and furious when they’re close. Erotic desires thrust her into a world of danger and seduction. When the renegade vampires attempt to destroy a hundred years of peace, Larissa is caught in the crossfire. Eternal love and carnal nights can be her future if she survives.


 Nightlord Lover is story set in the town of New Hope. But it's not an ordinary town, oh no! It's a town of vampires, marked, non-marked crimson swans and slaves.

Larissa has decided to open a high class lingerie store in the small town of New Hope. She sees it as a fresh start after a difficult time with her family.  The day before she opens the store she meets Garrick for the first time and he seems all set in helping her and making her life easier. After showing her around town, Garrick and Larissa return to her store only to find it broken into. Garrick springs into action and help her set the store to rites along with the help of Ramon and her new assistant Jordan.
Suddenly Larissa is having day dreams and fantasies of her being with Garrick and Ramon and it almost seems real. Then after a particular tough day, Larissa is told information about the town that has been kept from her and now she realizes things will never be the same again.
I had high hopes for this book and I am sad to say it didn't meet my expectations. Don't get me wrong the sex scenes were amazing, but I actually found the plot slow, choppy and overloaded with information. Ultimately I didn't enjoy it as much as I had hoped.
So I give this book 6 out of 10.



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