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Sunday, March 29, 2009

Review - Winning Virgin Promises by Destiny Blaine


Title: Winning Virgin Promises
Author: Destiny Blaine
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Buy Link: Winning Virgin Promises

Rating: YOU GOTTA READ

Reviewer: Val

On a quest to find her father and with life mate Sebastian out of town, Constance turns to her secondary, Gabriel. The relationship between Gabriel and Constance has never died, in fact, it has more than caught fire. Constance and Gabrial have an undeniable bond that will never be broken. Constance's feelings for Gabriel were so strong that she could sense when he was around and her body and soul ached to be near him. And then there was Darian. He had held Constance in his arms when she was a little girl and there had always been a special bond between the two whether or not it was realized. Sebastian was away trying to find Constance's father and told her to distrust Gabriel and especially Darion, but can Constance really do that when she feels more than attraction for them? When the calls from Sebastian dwindle to every other day, Constance starts to doubt his love for her. She is shocked by the fact that Gabriel was one of the people who had held her father and nearly killed him. She needed to feed from Gabriel but resented him at the same time. The twist in the story with Gabriel absolutely floored me!

I immediately fell in love with Sebastian. He had saved her once before and was incredibly loyal to Constance and was out trying to find her father. He would do anything in the world for her and worshipped the ground she walked on.

Gabriel's character was very different than Sebastian in that he had loved from the moment they met. There was a bond between the two that could never be broken. He was fiercely protective of Constance but wanted her on his terms. She would have to acknowledge that it was him that she loved and no other.

Darian was the character I most wanted to hate but no matter how much I tried to hate him, I just couldn't. He had a twisted mind but when it came to Constance, he loved her and if another man touched her, there would be hell to pay. He was a very complex character and walked the fine line of a character you would love to hate.

Constance .... what can I say about her? She was a striking and sensual woman who knew exactly what she was capable of. She had been described as "spoiled" but in my eyes, she was a conflicted female who, once she knew what she wanted, got what she wanted. She was stubborn to a fault and wouldn't listen to anybody. I so wanted to be Constance throughout the book.

Destiny Blaine's Winning Virgin Promises was simply phenomenal. I haven't read books on Vampire's and usually shy away from them, but the love I have had for Ms. Blaine's other books made me consider this book for review. Some words to describe this book could be spectacular, mind-blowing, incredible, seductive, and alluring. Even these descriptions do not bring justice to Winning Virgin Promises. This book will astound and have your riding a rollercoaster of emotions that you didn't even know you had. If you think one thing will happen, don't worry, it won't. I had so many mind boggling OMG moments that I did not see coming. You will never believe what is around the next corner and I highly urge you to buy this book so you too can be enthralled by the legacy that is the Sabbats. I strongly recommend you read the other books in the series as well. I am listing them in order for you.

Winning Virgin Blood
Winning Virgin Love
Winning Virgin Lust
Winning Virgin Promises

It honestly cannot get any better than this. I have honestly become a life long fan of anything that Destiny Blaine writes.

1 comment:

  1. Val,You just made me add another book to my list.

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