A Dark Kiss of Rapture
A Renegade Angels Novella
Of all the Fallen, Raze’s hungers are some of the darkest and most insatiable. His brazen seductions cost him his wings, leaving him soulless and immortal, the most dangerous of seducers. He has roamed the earth for eons, hunting the rogues of his kind and protecting the humans who provide him with blood and sex. He is content with his life and the transient pleasures that flow through it... until one night and one woman change everything.
Kimberly McAdams is smart, beautiful, and wealthy. She can have any man she wants, but the moment she sets eyes on the lethally stunning Raze she knows he’s the man she needs. As one searingly erotic night burns into something deeper and far more vital than either of them expected, an adversary from Raze’s past sees a chance for revenge. Twisted by hatred, she will take from Raze what was taken from her—the precious gift of love.
I really loved the intro to Raze and Kim's love story. It was short and sweet but deep enough to give you some background on the characters. I can't wait for the full-length story to come out!
Dark kiss of Rapture
Raze handsome vampire the law enforcers. His loyalty to his jobs and believes justice however doing the job over and over become repetitious. He never thought that something was missing in his life. That is, he meet Kim at a bar!! Smart, sexy and confident who also looking for something as well. Perfect puzzle wanting and loving someone.
Where’s the Rest of it?
I liked the story, but at the end it says their story continues in “A Lush Kiss of Surrender”. But, after searching for it, and reading other reviews, it’s obvious that she never finished the story, but instead, just went onto the next one. An author just can’t stop in the middle of a book, say there is another one, then the reader finds it doesn’t exist and expect readers to read more. I’m sorry, but this was a real disappointment, so I won’t read anything else in this series. I don’t know about the rest of the series, but it had real potential. I rarely right mediocre reviews, but with this, there just wasn’t a chance.