Willa Witt is colorful, literally. She has rainbow colored hair. She’s a straight shooter who tells it like it is. Her motto is, “If everyone said what they were thinking or feeling there would be a lot less confusion in the world.”
Her life centers on her friends, grad school, and historical architecture, which leaves little time for romantic interests. What is a busy girl to do when a smoking hot vampire wants to rock her world? Grab on with both hands. That’s what.
Identical twin brothers, Etienne and Ivan Delacour, both want Willa.
One wants to love her and treat her like a queen. The other wants her dead.
Can Etienne keep Willa safe long enough to eliminate the threat to her life?
Which vampire will be Willa’s ultimate fate?
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I have enjoyed all her books. This one is just another example of all the best. I looked forward to the ones to come.
I really was looking forward to reading Etienne’s story, but I was a little disappointed. First off I thought Willa was going to be a fun strong character but she seemed to be a little full of herself. There is being honest and believing in oneself, then there is someone who only wants to change people around them. She constantly tried to force Etienne into situations he wasn’t comfortable with, but I didn’t feel she would have been receptive to doing different things herself. I also could not stand reading Etie over and over again. That has got to be one of the worst nicknames I have ever heard. Etienne was all about allowing her to call him that even though he hated it and she did allow him to start calling her Willa instead of Billie, but she liked that nickname. The story was pretty good, I just didn’t like some of the characteristics of Willa. I have loved other books by this author but this one just didn’t do it for me.