Publish date: July 28th 2013
Publisher: Lyonnesse Books
Pages no: 438
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, M M Romance
, M M Paranormal
Now, this was everything a good, old-fashioned vampire novel should be: gothic, dark, brutal, bloody, and sexy. Baggins' writing is visceral and evocative, without ever venturing into purple. She gives us brilliant characters: I fell in love with Nicholas from first sight. He makes a bargain with th...
It started well, reminded me of my first forays in m/m when I read vampire slash fanfiction and I liked the first half. I thought that the story tended to derail when it tried too hard to be dark or went off on tangents, I found that Nicholas was an exceptionnally bland, almost non-existant characte...
No, no, no! I've been engaged by T.Baggins in the past and I have faith I will again in the future but this time around...NO!
*Quite possibly a few mild spoilers ahead*There are parts of this book that I loved: The original styling of Nicholas as the MC. A chemist and a cripple with no chance of ever getting it up again! Bloody brilliant character and I believed in his pain, guilt and grief - he was excellent! The writing,...
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