Praise for Bite Me, Your Grace:
“Charming and engaging…readers will sink their teeth into Ann’s tale.” —RT Book Reviews
He wanted her off his hands...
Vincent Tremayne, the reclusive “Devil Earl,” has been manipulated into taking rambunctious Lydia Price as his ward. As Lord Vampire of Cornwall, Vincent has better things to do than bring out an unruly debutante.
Now he’ll do anything to hold on forever
American-born Lydia Price doesn’t care for the stuffy strictures of the ton, and is unimpressed with her foppish suitors. She dreams of studying with the talented but scandalous British portrait painter, Sir Thomas Lawrence. But just when it seems her dreams will come true, Lydia is plunged into Vincent’s dark world and finds herself caught between the life she’s known and a future she never could have imagined.
“Breezy and entertaining.” —Publishers Weekly
“Unique…a delightful way to spend an afternoon.” —Long and Short Reviews
Lydia Price, the American-born daughter of the disowned Earl of Morely, is shipped off to her English relatives when her father dies in 1822. Unfortunately, the dowager countess has never forgiven Lydia's father for marrying a commoner, and wants nothing to do with her. Vincent Tremayne, the Earl of Deveril, is none too happy when an old marker gets called in and he becomes Lydia's guardian. Originally intending to quickly find her a good match to get her off his hands and spite her mean-spirited grandmother, Vincent soon finds he would rather keep Lydia for himself. She's clearly attracted to him, too, but how would she feel if she knew he was actually the Lord Vampire of Cornwall? Following her promising debut (Bite Me, Your Grace), Ann hits her stride with solid writing, a tasty dash of originality, and realistic relationships that zing with sexual energy. A strong sense of fun mixed with a little feminism keeps things lively and light, while the well-developed story keeps eyes on the page.
Brooklyn Ann’s Scandals With a Bite series combines two of my favorite romance genre: vampires and regency, and she does it very well. One Bite Per Night is the second book in the series. Vincent and Lydia are great characters. This is a nice story with some high drama and a couple of scary (suspenseful) moments for Lydia and Vincent, and some of the secondary characters as well. I loved the phantasmagoria. The story Lydia presented with it for Vincent was fantastic. An enjoyable read.