"A humorous, erotic romance"
Leah Adams, a four hundred and twenty year old vampire,
has a problem-- her weight has skyrocketed. She loves
fried food and hates exercising, but it is time to get
serious about her weight. In an effort to do something
proactive, she hires a personal trainer, Erik Hanson. Erik
and Leah are immediately attracted to each other and
quickly become lovers. Unfortunately, Leah doesn't know
how to tell him her secret and her father hates humans.
BLOOD LITE is a highly amusing, erotic paranormal romance
with very likeable characters. Leah's struggle with the
scale had me laughing out loud, and I could really
identify with her struggles with weight Erik is a really
yummy hero. I, especially, liked the fact that he loved
Leah no matter what her size. If you are looking for a
humorous, erotic romance, give BLOOD LITE a try.
Posted August 27, 2004
Reviewed by Marlene Breakfield
Posted January 11, 2007
Chicken wings, cheese fries, maybe a slice of pizza or two…this is where Leah's trouble begins. When she gets on the scale, she realizes her fondness for all things fried, dipped in chocolate, or smothered in cheese has become a hazard to her thighs. It's time to take matters into her own hands and feel the burn, or at the very least find someone who can help her to "find" the burn she can't seem to locate.
Leah hires a personal trainer and she's not at all worried about him seeing her flabby thighs, because all personal trainers are gay…or at least that's what she thinks until Erik comes to give her the workout of her lifetime. All four hundred and twenty years of that lifetime, that is.
Erik and Leah fall wildly in lust with each other. The chubby vampire is having the romp of the millennium, except for one small problem. She's falling in love with the very human Erik… And Leah's daddy hates humans…~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Genre: Vampire / Rubenesque / Romantic Comedy / Quickie
Book Length: Quickie