Quote-Tastic Monday #13 ~ Enslave

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Quote-Tastic Monday ~ Enslave

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     It wasn’t going to end like this. She had come here because of Payne but Andreu was the reason she had allowed herself to grow weak. She had wanted to kiss him. No, it was more than a kiss. The way she looked at him at times, and the connection that crakeled into life between them whenever their eyes met. It was far more then just a sense of responsibility for what had happened to her that had him desperate to find a way to bring her back from the brink of death. ~ Enslave by Felicity Heaton
 
     He hadn’t been looking for a romantic entanglement, had wanted to keep his time at Vampirerotique as purely business, but meeting Varya had changed all of that. It had changed him. He was a fool like his brother. Varya had unlocked the barriers, torn down his defences, and stolen his heart. She had given him a taste of her and now he was addicted, and just a taste was no longer enough. ~ Enslave by Felicity Heaton
 
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Isabelle
May 20, 2014 5:21 am

First I have to say that I totally loved your blog header. Really cool!

I haven’t read this series, but I love vampires and I love erotica, I guess I have to add it now.
“Vampirerotique” I like the sound of that. 🙂

anna@herding cats & burning soup
May 19, 2014 1:20 pm

I enjoy her Angels series. I’ve had these on the tablet waiting for ages. One day hopefully I’ll get to them 🙂

Aly P
Aly P
May 19, 2014 8:57 am

What do you think of the series? I tried the 1st book and wasn’t really sold to it.Does it get better then it?
Aly @ Aly’s Miscellany

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