Author: Katherine Petersdorf
Source: Review Request
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Length: 183 pages Paperback
Reviewed by: Emi
**I received a copy of this book for an honest review**
Grantland Gordon was a vampire who knew full well the extent of his presence, a presence that was predicated upon by the testosterone that was dripping off of him. All he wanted was to find the chosen one and take revenge the Supreme Being who had destroyed his life and stole his innocence with an immortal bite. After over a hundred years of searching, he had finally found her, the chosen one, Kelly Roberts. Only Grant had never thought that his lifeline would be a chipper, I.M. speaking college girl. Now, he would have to put up with her so that could extract the very revenge he seeks, as well as save the world. Only he never thought that he would fall in love with her. Touch, Embrace, Caress, and give in to Infinity…
I'll start by saying what I enjoyed about the book. There was never a dull moment, it was full of action and though there was no full blown sex between the main characters, because of course she was a virgin, there are some steamy tidbits in there for you. I thought the plot was interesting and enjoyed the storyline and background of the vampires and chosen one. Grant was a cool and sexy character and determined to not let Troy succeed in his evil plan, and get his revenge for what he did to him. Kelly is a young college student who is one of the Chosen gem souls to help rid the world of Troy, his evil vampire brother and his minions. Together they must fight and find the remainder of the Chosen Ones. What I disliked most about the book was Kelly, she was just too immature, and with all of the abbreviations and TV show and movie references it was just too much for me. There was some spelling and grammatical errors but they didn’t really bother me too much and this was an arc copy so I’m sure (or rather hoping) that they will be adjusted. I’m hoping when the story continues that Kelly matures and faces the oncoming conflict ahead of her with a stronger sense of self a maturity.
Even though the book had a few dislikes for me I would recommend it, it is a pretty good story and interesting enough to pique my interest in the series.