Title: Eternal Kiss: Mark of the Vampire, Book 2
Author: Laura Wright
Publisher: Signet Eclipse
Buy Link: Buy Eternal Kiss Here!
Rating: You Gotta Read
Reviewed By: Wendy
Raised by the Breed, Nicholas Roman wants to stop the Eternal Order of Vampires from controlling his life, and using other males from his bloodline-including possibly his son-for their vicious reign. Only a beautiful vampire stranger can help him. But what are her true motives?
Nicholas Roman is the most steady of the Roman brothers. Pureblood vampires and the last known sons of the Breeding Male, the three brothers have broken away from the snobbish and rigid vampire society to live among humans. In an effort to curb a civil war, the ruling vampire council have forced the aid of the Romans by threats and blackmail. Kate Everborne is a convicted felon, recently paroled on work release from the vampire prison, Mondrar. When a child’s mother is murdered in front of her, she risked her freedom in taking the boy to his father, Nicholas Roman.
Eternal Kiss is a straight up sexy book. Any one of these Roman vamps could melt the chrome off a trailer hitch. Though this is a stand alone book, for the full breathtaking effect of these boys, you really should read Eternal Hunger first. Nicholas has been passing himself of as the good one, but he has some HUGE secrets. He’s been a baaaaad boy. Each one of the Romans, though brothers were raised apart, and in very tragic circumstances. Nicholas in particular is a very damaged soul and I was so very happy to see him find his mate. Kate is almost as damaged as Nicholas and these two have a lot of obstacles to overcome if they are going to make a life together. Lest we forget, there is a vamp civil war going on, and the reader must adjust to changes quickly in this story. The action moves very fast and scarcely gives one time to catch their breath before another bombshell is dropped.
Laura Wright is a rising star in the paranormal romance world with this series. Mark of the Vampire should be around for quite some time if this book is any indication.