"thrilling and sometimes chilling read"
Vampire lovers alert!
Janet Miller's TASTING NIGHTWALKER WINE is a thrilling and
sometimes chilling read.
Paranormal romance writer Stella Robertson met a
fascinating fan at a late Halloween signing of her latest
vampire book. The handsome man in a tux, cape, and
realistic vampire fangs said he'd read and loved all her
books but stated she should let him teach her more about
vampires. She was about to dismiss this as an offbeat
pickup line, when he spoke directly into her mind and
convinced her he knew what he was talking about.
As prince of the California nightwalkers, Sebastian Moret
knew he shouldn't get too close to his favorite author,
but she was so lovely, so sexy, and her blood so delicious—
sometimes even a four-hundred year old vampire is tempted
into a mistake. He reveals too much. And his mistake
haunts him when Stella seeks him out to research the
parafolk for a book. When she tracks him to his winery in
the Napa valley, Sebastian is forced to make Stella his
companion to buy her silence.
The deal looks like a good one for both of them. Stella,
by becoming his companion, would learn all she wanted to
know about the parafolk and Sebastian would have a
constant source of food.
Then, of course, there was the delicious, mind-blowing
sex! With Stella's psi nature allowing them to enter each
other's minds, the intensity and intimacy of their
lovemaking was unparalleled. If only they could trust each
When Sebastian and his werewolf servants come under attack
from a group who want to kill him and take control of the
werefolk, the pair must put aside their differences and
use all of their wits and talents to thwart the plot.
I enjoyed this story thoroughly. Sebastian is all sexy,
alpha male and Stella is a feisty, intelligent and
passionate woman. I appreciated every step in the progress
of their relationship. Add in a handful of sexy,
attractive and evil opponents and you have a great read
for a stormy evening by the fire (with a glass of red wine
by your hand.)
Reviewed by Dee Lloyd, author
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 2, 2006