Title: An Unforgettable Bite
Series: A Loving Nip, #3
Author: Charlie Richards
Genre: Paranormal/ Vampires
Length: Novella (90 pages)
Publisher: Extasy Books (May 1, 2015)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥4 ½ Hearts
Blurb: Just a little Love Bite: A good person learns from his mistakes. A great person learns from other people’s mistakes.
Nathan Hanson is still working through the recent changes to his life. When he walks away from Diana, his long-time girlfriend, he comes out to his father, Owen. To his surprise, he learns that Owen is gay, too. Unfortunately, Diana doesn’t want to move on.
When she continues to call him, Nathan changes his phone number. Next, she starts dropping by his work, so he gives her description to his work’s lot security, asking them to keep her out. Nathan even moves into an apartment on the far side of town, near to where his father now lives, but sometimes he still feels like he’s being watched.
When Nathan finally gets up the courage and accompanies a few friends to a gay bar, he just wants to have a little mindless fun to take his mind off his problems…and maybe, finally act on his desires for another man. There, he meets Lexington Paistro, who is handsome, sexy, and into Nathan. He’s also a vampire. Having learned of paranormals when his father bonded with one, it’s not the biting that Nathan fears. It’s the possessiveness. He’s still trying to extricate himself from a woman who thinks she owns him.
Will Lexington behave the same way?
Product Link: http://www.extasybooks.com/An-Unforgettable-Bite/
Review: I really liked how Lexington, a vampire, talked to Nathan and reassured him considering Nathan’s ex. The thing that was confusing was the way the blurb read I thought Diana would have shown up more than twice in the book though she was mentioned several times. Nathan struck me as insecure which was to be expected after being in a controlling relationship for so long.
Diana seemed psychotic, in the fact that Nathan left her, but she refused to accept it. She definitely had a few marbles loose if you ask me. Her reaction and attitude when she “bumped” into Nathan with his friends seemed obsessive, stalker-ish and delusional.
I loved Lexington’s understanding and wanting to keep Nathan safe no matter what. Great read with hot sex.
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