A Taste for Control
NEWLY REVISEDDuncan Mordoor has lived his entire life in total control. His Hybrid vampire status might allow him to walk in the sun, but with his unique mind-reading ability, humans easily bore him and vampires give him a wide berth. Feeling like an outsider, Duncan limits his contact with both... show more
NEWLY REVISEDDuncan Mordoor has lived his entire life in total control. His Hybrid vampire status might allow him to walk in the sun, but with his unique mind-reading ability, humans easily bore him and vampires give him a wide berth. Feeling like an outsider, Duncan limits his contact with both races, living by the motto: Never join in, Never let your true emotions be known and above all.Never lose control. He never expected rescuing a `human' woman would turn his life upside down. Everything he thought he was, everything he'd stood for all changed the day he met Rose Sinclair.Rose has always held her emotions inside, keeping complete control, but there's one heart's desire she's always wanted. When a client offers her five grand to provide proof that vampires exist, Rose takes the case. One minute she's in a night club asking questions about the existence of vampires, and the next she's running from a very real rogue vampire who's decided she'd make a perfect mate. But nothing scares her more than the seductive Hybrid vampire who rescues her. With just one swipe of his tongue, Duncan makes her body hum, awakening a part of her she didn't know existed.Author's Note: A TASTE FOR CONTROL is a ~ 118,000 word novel. This is the third book in the Kendrian Vampires series.
Publish date: October 15th 2012
Publisher: Patrice Michelle
Pages no: 414
Edition language: English
Series: Kendrian Vampires (#3)
Lovely book. My least liked of this series. Felt slightly less mature than the other ones. Not enough talking, but a whole truck load of assumptions. I really looked forward to this book because of Duncan, but it just didn't feel as good as I expected.I did like all the growling and emotions her ref...
Although this title is part of a series, it reads very well as a stand alone. I did not read the first two and did not feel that anything was missing.