One of Ian’s six brothers kicks over the stones of an ancient cairn, unknowingly freeing Sorcha and her six sisters from underhill. The seven handsome Scots are enchanted by the voluptuous temptresses until they turn on the men. Ian captures Sorcha, giving his brothers a chance to escape. With the dark fey woman still in the grasp. Ian is saved by the rising sun.
Her sisters vanish with the light of dawn and Sorcha is trapped in the mortal realm. The seductress can’t resist Ian’s attentions as he stirs throbbing urges she’s never felt before. Ian is bewitched by the wild delights offered by this vampire siren. He can’t get enough of her. Still, her wicked sisters and his highland brothers want nothing more than to attack and kill each other. Will Sorcha and Ian’s sizzling passion prove strong enough to overcome the difference between the dark fey and humans?
Review: Ian and Sorcha’s story is pretty good. It feels more like they’re in lust than love. When I read the blurb of the book, I was really looking forward to a great short story. I was a little let down because the way the blurb is wrote is the way the book is written. Not really any surprises. The passion the two share is great. I really love have Ian’s parents fuss back and forth with each other. There was some laughter.
So it was a pretty good story just not much to it.