Review: Thirst For Love by Misha Tagliaferro

Thirst For Love by Misha Tagliaferro
Release Date: March 14, 2012
Publisher:  Secret Cravings Publishing
Pages: 68
Source:  ebook provided by the publisher



 Victor Nicolescu wants only two things: blood to sate his hunger and a woman to love him for eternity. The blood is easy—his butler donates to Victor’s personal blood bank on a regular basis. Sometimes, however, Victor has an undeniable craving for fresh blood. His most recent craving leads him straight to Claudia Reyes, a gorgeous psychiatrist who doesn’t believe in the existence of vampires. His bite transforms her into one of the mythical immortals and forces her to leave behind everything familiar. Victor longs to help her adjust to her new life as a creature of the night, but her anger at his choice to transform her threatens to destroy their chance for love. When the night of the full moon rolls around, however, Claudia discovers he desperately needs her help to overcome a part of him even he never knew existed.


Review:  A lovely short story dealing with wanting to love, trust and change. Victor Nicolescu is very likeable and romantic in a classic since of a vampire. He just wants to have love in his life. Claudia, a doctor brought into a world she never knew existed.

The writing flows at a great pace. I do not think this story could have been any better. Victor and Claudia are written beautifully, both are very likeable. I could feel the emotions coming from them as I was reading. I really liked seeing them give into their fears to learn to trust. It really made the story for me.

I highly recommend this book!