Review: Sold At First Bite by Drea Becraft

Sold At First Bite by Drea Becraft
Release Date: March 15, 2012
Publisher:  Decadent Publishing Company, LLC
Pages: 33
Source:  ebook provided by the publisher

 

 

 While the substantial amount of debt stacks heavy on her shoulders Cassidy Austin can’t help but morn the loss of her home, as well as everything in it, while watching as it’s auctioned off one piece of at time. But through the fog of sorrow comes a bright light in form of a vampire who fills her thoughts with hope and her body with lust.

Tristan never wanted to be the new coven master but after the death of his grandfather he is forced into the position until a suitable replacement is in place to take over the job. On the journey to fulfill his duty he comes across the scent of his mate and will stop at nothing to make Cassidy his forever.

Together they find that sometimes it only takes one moment to truly change the path of their future. It only takes one bite for them to be sold for an eternity in bliss together.

 

Review: I was really getting into Sold At First Bite. I was wanting it to go on and on forever. I just didn’t get my wish. Darn.

I can understand the pain that Cassidy was going through. The author did such a wonderful job showing all the feelings that everyone of the her characters were feeling. Cassidy is known as sanguis offerentium which is a blood donor to vampires. Her family had been one for at least two generations. Cassidy wasn’t one yet because she didn’t feel safe to let anyone take blood from her.

If every male was as good as Tristan is women would never want again. Just the love that he shows for Cassidy is wonderful. He hates to see her suffer and doesn’t want her to feel pain anymore.

Makes me want a vampire all of my very own. Just to have someone give you enough money and a little extra, so you wouldn’t have to worry about anything.

I was going along with the story and then just bam it’s over. I was left just wanting what Cassidy and Tristan had. The sex between them was just a added bonus.

I can’t wait to read more from Drea Becraft.

Favorite Quote: “Ever think I didn’t want your mind-help, Obi-Wan?” she countered.








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