"it sweeps you away"
Johanna Harker has always been teased about her name and
her fascination with vampires. Ever since she read Bram
Stoker's Dracula, people pointed out the similarity of her
name and one of the characters of the book. She thought it
a dream come true when the company she worked for sent her
as a representative to Transylvania, the reputed home of
Cristofor Dalakis has been visiting the beautiful Johanna
since she turned eighteen on the nights of the full moon.
Now that she was in Transylvania, he had to convince her
that their love was and is real, not the stuff of dreams,
and yes there really are vampires.
Beautifully done, and page after page of erotic prose. I
love how the author made a play on the name of Harker, it
gives you a chuckle to think about it. The scenes flow
into one another without a hiccup, and are expertly drawn
out. So much wish and fantasy ride the words in this
story, it sweeps you away. She sets up the story very well
to continue on with it, and I can hardly wait to read the
next phase of this tale. This is definitely a tale to
Reviewed by Dawn Epton
Posted July 17, 2008