Fresh from college and with no real work experience, Victoria Westernly considers herself lucky to land the coveted position of personal assistant to Darien Ritter, the CEO and owner of a multibillion-dollar company. His busy schedule and eccentric ways are enough to keep her on her toes. But, all is not what it seems when she discovers the handsome man employing her just happens to be the most powerful vampire in the area.
With over 250 great reviews, this paranormal romance is not to be missed. Dive into a series filled with sexy vampires, werewolves, shifters, Fae folk, and more. Science fiction and fantasy romance lovers unite because this series has six exciting books that readers have compared to the Sookie Stackhouse Novels (True Blood) and The Black Dagger Brotherhood.
I have just finished this first book very good characters,plot and story line, but for my taste could use some steamy encounters with the main guy and girl.
I loved the book and the writing, but the book lacked romance. This book’s genre is romance, yet the main characters had no romantic interactions, so in that respect I feel cheated. The book has great writing quality, but the lack of romance subtracted 2 stars from its rating. 😐
The first book had me hooked in. We’re introduced to Victoria or she likes to go by Vicky who takes a temp personal assistant job to Darien, who is of course described as super handsome with green eyes, ya get what I mean lol. He’s a 900yr old Vampire, and Victoria of course doesn’t know that yet.
Darien has gone through several PA’s who couldn’t keep up with his demands and eccentric schedule, but he finds himself intrigued by how fast Victoria adapted for her job so well especially with his request of guarding a messenger bag that contains his “life” everywhere and etc.
there’s that undeniable chemistry between the two even though they keep it professional at work, but slowly the walls come down outside of work. And she’s aware that she shouldn’t feel anything towards him considering he’s her boss, but fate has it different than both of them expected.