Sleeping With The Entity
Meet Daniella Delaney. She’s all ready to open her shop, Heavenly Cupcakes, in one of Chicago’s sleepier districts. But she’s having a hard time convincing the local business association—namely Nick St. George—that she’s a good addition to the neighborhood. Daniella hopes that her famous red... show more
Meet Daniella Delaney. She’s all ready to open her shop, Heavenly Cupcakes, in one of Chicago’s sleepier districts. But she’s having a hard time convincing the local business association—namely Nick St. George—that she’s a good addition to the neighborhood. Daniella hopes that her famous red velvet cupcakes will be enough to melt any man’s heart. But Nick is no ordinary man. He’s got fangs.
As leader of the Vamptown clan, Nick has no intention of letting Daniella breathe new life into his old haunts. But something about her leaves Nick hungry…for more. He can’t control her mind like other humans, a trait that makes Daniella irresistible. Could it be that, for the first time in centuries, Nick has met his match? Love is always a force to be reckoned with. But can this vampire have his cake and eat it too?
Publish date: 04-06-2013
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: Entity (#1)
Well, huh. There were parts that were funny/amusing (like the blood supply coming from the funeral home) and not (all the damn Twilight references). I kinda/somewhat liked Daniella; however, she talked way too much and did act stupidly at times. Nick was a jerk at times. I was thinking about a 3* ra...
www.HarlequinJunkie.comReview copy courtesy of the publisher via NetGalleyDID NOT FINISH.I don't know... I really hated this book a lot. I tried very, very hard to get past the first few chapters but I just couldn't do it.The beginning was pretty clever, with the heroine, Daniella, making an offhand...
A quick, entertaining read, provided you don't expect too much of it. Likeable characters, formulaic plot. The author did a very good job with setting and description - I could easily imagine the street in Chicago where the vampires called home. Her descriptions of the cupcakes were almost fattening...
Originally reviewed at Tempting Reads I gave it three hearts because there were a few moments where the story was fun and entertaining, if not original, and I forgot that the rest of the book felt trite. The writing itself was okay; no areas where the voice or editing kicked me out of the story. ...
Light easy read. Not a lot of world building, but fun none the less. Okay characters, a couple of roll your eye moments and a few things that didn't make sense/ weren't explained as well as they could've been, but again, still a pretty decent read. Finished in a few hours, and will probably be re...
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