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Biting Me Softly – Spotlight & Review


Biting Me Softly by Mary Hughes

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1122 KB
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (April 20, 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0038AUZ40
  • ISBN: 978-1-60504-974-8
  • Or go to Samhain Publishing to order other versions
  • Book Description:

    “He’s a candy box of sex appeal wrapped with a golden bow. She’s on a diet.

    Blood, sex, violence. Blood, okay, but computer geek Liese Schmetterling had enough S&V when her cheating ex fired her. Now security expert—and lip-smacking gorgeous—Logan Steel saunters into her Blood Center, setting fire to her libido. And threatening her job.

    Visions of pink slips dancing in her head, Liese tries to push Logan away without touching his jutting pecs…or ridged abs. Or petting the Vesuvius in his jeans. He’s hiding something, but it doesn’t seem to matter when his smiles stun her, his kisses crank her to broiling and his bites rocket her to heaven. Fangy bites which, if she weren’t grounded in science, would make her think ampire-Vay.

    Centuries old and tragedy-scarred, Logan’s mission is to fortify the Blood Center’s electronic defenses against his nemesis, the leader of a rogue vampire gang. He’s ready for battle but not for Liese, who slips under his skin, laughs at his awful puns, charges beside him into dark, scary places—and tastes like his true love.

    No matter how often Logan declares his love, Liese can’t bring herself to trust him. But when his archenemy comes after her, not trusting him may cost her life…

    Warning: contains explicit vampire sex involving absurdly large male equipment (hey, they’re monsters), unbelievable stamina (just how long can he stay underwater in a hot tub?), hide-your-eyes violence and horrendously bad puns. And, just when you think it can’t get any worse, a computer geekette trying to play Mata Hari.”

    My Thoughts:

    This is the fourth book in Mary Hughes’ Biting Love series, and it was a blast to read! I absolutely love Mary’s sense of humor which comes out in the richness of her characters. Liese and Logan made sparks fly while battling inner struggles as well as a bunch of rogue vampires who are out to get control of the blood center that Liese and then Logan work at.

    A few characters from past books make appearances during the telling of this tale, which I enjoyed. At times, it’s laugh out loud funny and at others, well between all the action, danger, steamy hot hook ups, it’s also a touching renewal of faith in falling in love. Throw Vampires into the mix, both good and bad, and it makes for a roller coaster of a ride! Mary Hughes is most definitely in my “auto buy” author category.

              5/5

    Buy Biting Me Softly at:

    AmazonSamhain Publishing

    Find out more about Mary Hughes at her website.

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    April 19, 2010 - Posted by | New Book Releases, New Releases, On My Bookshelf, Reviews, Spotlight On... | , , , ,

    2 Comments »

    1. Thanks, Sidhe Vicious, for your time and talent reading and reviewing Biting Me Softly! Your review not only sparkles, it resonates deep (the humor coming out of the richness of the characters, wow). And I’m so glad you liked the book!

      Comment by Mary Hughes | April 21, 2010 | Reply

      • Thank you for writing such awesome and entertaining reads! You definitely mix in all my favorite “ingredients”. 🙂

        Comment by sidhevicious | April 21, 2010 | Reply


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