"What if the man of your dreams isn\'t a man?"
It is in 1800 when eight year old Angelina first met the
vampire, though she was unaware of his true nature. It was
a brief, but memorable meeting. She would not see him again
for fifteen years.
It was Angelina's sixth season and many had given up on her
finding a husband. Angelina would only marry for love and
had not yet found a man she could give her heart to.
Unfortunately, the man she compares all others to is one
found only in her dreams--dreams she that she had for a
time as a child and have now returned, but with a much more
erotic tone. Then she meets Count Roman Ivanovich who has
the eyes of the man of her dreams. Roman has waited for
Angel in the sleep of his kind the past fifteen years. Now
he is ready to claim her as his own, but only if she will
come willingly. However, Roman is not the only one
interested in Angel. The Hunter, the head of the Society to
find vampires, is about. He notices Roman's attraction to
Angel and devises a plan to use it to his own advantage.
This is a short, quick to develop story, with vampires that
follow most of the customary rules. The hero of Moonlight
Rendezvous with a Vampire enjoys being what he is. The
heroine's acceptance of his true nature is refreshing. Some
of the actions don't quite fit the time period, and the
scenes are often short on descriptive detail. Nevertheless,
you get a fairly good sense of Regency England. Over all, I
really enjoyed this story and hope to see much more of Ms
Sexuality: Sparse, but fairly descriptive sensual scenes.
Reviewed by Flora Bell
Posted January 18, 2004
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 18, 2006