Traveling alone through Eastern Europe, a young American artist encounters a wickedly handsome stranger. His name? Aramis. Ravished by the burning darkness in his eyes, Elaine bares her body and her soul in wanton surrender to his touchand drinks deeply of the elixir that marks her as his... show more
Traveling alone through Eastern Europe, a young American artist encounters a wickedly handsome stranger. His name? Aramis. Ravished by the burning darkness in his eyes, Elaine bares her body and her soul in wanton surrender to his touchand drinks deeply of the elixir that marks her as his sexual thrall, a willing servant of his supernatural desires. For Aramis is a vampire...And so is the mysterious Rafael, lord of the Carpathian castle where she and Aramis are welcomed. Both men will become her lovers and together bring her to undreamed-of heights of pleasure. And both men will partner in her ultimate transformation. In their arms, she finds a savagely erotic joy...and the dark fulfillment of destiny...Praise for Kiss of the Wolf"A page-turner...one to savor on a long winter night." Romantic Times"Erotic... If you haven't read Ms. Hawke as of yet, take a chance on a well-written, no-holds-barred look at the love between a werewolf and a vampire." Romance Junkies
Publish date: December 1st 2010
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, Erotic Romance
, M M F
Based on Hawke's Interstellar Service series, I expected more from this book than I got. It was a solid read, but it was missing that something extra that would push it into a spectacular read.Aramis and Elaine's first meeting was intriguing and we learned a lot about Elaine in those first few pag...
I enjoyed the book. However, I liked Hawke's other books better. While one does not normally read Hawke's books for her engaging dialogue between the characters, I found the conversations between the characters in this book to be almost too silly to read. Nevertheless, I did finish the book, meaning...
One of the earlier works of Ms. Hawke I read when it first came out. I enjoyed this delicious menage of vampire and human. One of my first paranormal menages and it's so good. I definitely wanted more of this. Ms. Hawke really knows how to write a hot hot scene.This one is quick and once again t...