Monday, December 16, 2013

12 Days of a Kensington Christmas ~ Tempted

Title ~ Tempted
Author ~ Rebecca Zanetti
Publisher ~ Kensington
Published ~ 27 March 2012
Genre ~ Paranormal/Romance

*Book source ~ Purchased 

My Rating ~ 4 bites and a nibble out of 5

Sarah Pringle was a school teacher until her nasty brother gets involved with the Kurjans. When one of them kills an employee at their pharmaceutical company right in front of her she thinks they are vampires, but the police don’t believe her and her brother has her committed to a mental institution for evaluation. When she manages to escape and put up a blog about the vampire she witnessed killing a woman this brings her to the attention of the actual vampires, the Dark Protectors. It’s time for damage control, so the vampire King of the Realm, Dage Kayrs, sends his best hunter, Max Petrovsky, to find Sarah and take care of the problem.

Max is the biggest, baddest, fiercest hunter Dage has and most would say his heart is made of stone, but he doesn’t stand a chance against the four-year-old he needs to guard. Max discovers he actually has a heart when he has to spend a good amount of time guarding Janie, so it’s not such a huge surprise when he meets Sarah that there is room for her there, too. Max is an awesome alpha hero with kick ass fighting skills and a great match for Sarah who couldn’t really fight her way out of a wet paper bag though she is stubborn and full to the brim with perseverance. The chemistry between the two is steamy, the plot is good, the characters wonderful and there is humor sprinkled throughout. I’ve enjoyed each book in this series so far and this one, while short, doesn’t disappoint.

4 comments:

  1. I have this series on my "to try next year" list :)

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    1. It's up there with my favorite series the Immortal Guardians by Dianne Duvall. I've been hoarding this series though. I have a few more I can read back-to-back. *hugs self in excitement*

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  2. Oh this sounds like something I would enjoy! Wonderful review.

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    1. I think you would. You can start with book 1, Fated or anywhere really. They're pretty good about being standalone.

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