Blood, sex and alcohol.
That was what Club Worth was all about.
Ever since vampires had come out to the world, people had been obsessed. Take a walk on the wild side and see what the nightclub was all about.
Acadia Powell, on the other hand, didn’t do vampires. Nor did she do messy.
What she did do was stay away from people like Constantine Worth, Master of the City, and the most gorgeous man in the history of men. It didn’t matter that he had hypnotizing eyes, beautiful lips, and the sexiest body she’d ever had the privilege of laying eyes on.
It should be easy for her to stay away, but with each subsequent encounter, it’s becoming harder and harder to fight the growing need inside of her.
Constantine Worth knew that Acadia was off limits. Not only was she human and not willing to slum it with the undead, but she was also the baby sister of the city’s chief of police. The man that liked to arrest him every other day and twice on Sunday.
He should hate her based solely on the last name she shared with her brother. Yet each time he sees her, he forgets that he’s supposed to be playing nice. She sets his blood to boil, and each time she lets the verbal slurs flow, he finds it harder and harder to maintain his distance.
Soon, he will have to make a choice. Maintain his upstanding relationship with human law enforcement, or take what he wants, and damn the consequences.
Excellent read for this author’s first time writing in the paranormal genre. The characters were cute, but there were times when the character development felt rushed. Additionally, although this is a standalone novel, it felt a little unfinished and left the reader with a few unanswered questions. Overall it was a good read and I wouldn’t be surprised if there is a part 2 coming soon. I would definitely recommend.
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Not expecting to like this storyline as much as I did!
Not expecting to like this storyline as much as I did! I have to admit that I was very confused in the beginning of this book and didn’t have high hopes for if I would like it – which was comical to me by the end because I was on the edge of my seat and loving it! Acadia lived through a horrible accident as a teen where she was the only survivor and saved by a mystery man, and with the integration of vampires and the world not necessarily accepting them, she doesn’t like them, but she isn’t cruel to them. When her friend takes her to a vampire bar, she isn’t happy about it, but when she sees Constantine, she has a pull towards him that she can’t deny or understand, and while he tries to stay away, he can’t seem to let her go. The twists and turns in this story really kept me on the edge of my seat, and meeting the other characters involved in both main characters lives made me want more of their stories as well – hoping that will happen in the future! In the end, I was left with more questions than answers after everything was said and done, and I hope that we get more of this from LLV!
I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.