Length: 302 pages
Contains adult situations!
Summary from Amazon:
Real vampires do musicals.
Biting Love, Book 5
Gunter Marie "Junior" Stieg is stuck selling sausage for her folks in small-town Meiers Corners. Until one day she's offered a way out--the chance to play pit orchestra for a musical headed for Broadway: Oz, Wonderful Oz.
But someone is threatening the show's young star. To save the production, Junior must join forces with the star's dark, secretive bodyguard, whose sapphire eyes and lyrical Welsh accent thrill her. And whose hard, muscular body sets fire to her passions.
Fierce as a warrior, enigmatic as a druid, Glynn Rhys-Jenkins has searched eight hundred years for a home. Junior's get-out-of-Dodge attitude burns him, but everything else about her inflames him, from her petite body and sharp mind to what she can do with her hip-length braid.
Then a sensuous, insidious evil threatens not only the show, but the very foundations of Meiers Corners. To fight it, Junior and Glynn must face the truth about themselves--and the true meaning of love and home.
Warning: Cue the music, click your heels together, make a wish and get ready for one steamy vampire romance. Contains biting, multiple climaxes, embarrassing innuendos, ka-click/ka-ching violence, sausage wars and--shudder--pistachio fluff.
This book was very exciting. It was also steamy and fun. I have never read a book about a musical especially one that has vampires too. It was great! Musicals make great story lines and have plenty of drama. I just loved Junior and Glynn. They are pulled together and whenever they try to resist, the pull gets even stronger. I also think they are great for each other. They can balance one another out and keep the other steady. It was really interesting seeing how many women were married to vampires and how the grouped together to work out problems. I loved that Junior got pulled in even though she wasn't married to Glynn, but they accepted her anyways.
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