"Relationships are close and detailed wonderfully"
As soon as he saw her, he knew he would possess her. Sadash
stared at her the first time in the Grand Bazaar, Alana, 10-
years-old on vacation with her mother and uncle in Turkey.
She was just a child-woman, but just small drops of her
blood would sate his hunger for her. Twelve years later
that dark hunger for his adorable little creature had not
been sated, in fact he wanted her by his side for eternity.
Alana had dark dreams since she was young, a creature with
long nails, a black panther that took her flying high in
the sky, fingers touching, caressing her, and the fangs,
long, sparklingly white, razor-sharp fangs. She had a
fierce curiosity for the supernatural.
He had visited her throughout her life in her "dreams"; he
had taken her flying, had caressed and touched her with his
razor-sharp fangs. Sadash had shared her life in the
shadows, the loss of her mother, growing up with her best
friend and twin soul Valeria and had felt her need for the
dark hunger, until it was time to reveal himself.
Alana never had a man make her feel desires that she felt
with Sadash. He made her understand that hate and love were
one. He showed her things through her life that she didn't
understand, and he loved her. He loved her enough to give
her eternity, an eternity of love and dark hunger.
For any of you female readers that have always had the
fantasy of your masculine vampire following you all through
your life and not revealing himself until he thinks you are
ready, this book is for you. This was an excellent read.
Mayra labeled this book in the horror category, but I think
it is more Dark Romance Suspense. The relationship between
Sadash and Alana, Alana and Valeria, and Valeria, Humberto
and Alana are so close and detailed wonderfully.
ParaNormal Romance Reviews © Copyright 2002
Reviewed by Angie Smith
This review reflects the original electronic release by RFI
West (April 2000)
Posted April 13, 2002
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 12, 2006