Through good luck and healthy cowardice, Misty has survived the earthquakes that have torn the world apart, but has no skills to speak of. Or so she thinks. She does have blood, and someone must feed the vampire who has offered his protection and strength in exchange for sustenance. Feeding Ivan is a priority, and Misty finally serves a purpose. But when she awakens tied to his bed, an unwilling gift to Ivan from the townspeople, she discovers he has hungers other than blood. Hungers he expects her to satisfy in the most carnal manner. Under his seductive persuasion, Misty discovers she has the power to sustain Ivan in all ways-while experiencing unspeakable pleasure herself.
Review: I would love to say that Feeding the Vampire was good. I can’t say that.
I was sorta on the fence with this book. I know that it was a quickie and you get what you get. I was just really not feeling the story. It left me with there is just something missing. It was a pretty good story line and the characters had some potential.
I love vampire stories but at the end I felt like I was missing something. It would be great if there was another story after this that picks up were this one stopped. I would like to know more about Ivan and how he became to be and what he is really after. Is Misty more than a means for feeding and sex?
I loved the sex scenes. It was great to see Misty come out of her shell and find out that she really does have some worth. She is a pretty strong woman even though she hides in the background.
So this did have some good qualities and some bad. I was just left wanting more.