Hi all, it's the 16th and it's Blisse day again. I hope you're all enjoying a relaxing weekend.
Today I want to share a review with you that I recently was sent for The Point. First, let me acquaint you with the story itself!
Love conquers all, that is the point but can it bridge the differences between a vampire and a woman?
Hugh is twenty eight. He has been twenty eight for nearly one hundred years. Hugh is a vampire. He owns a club called The Point and he pays girls to have sex with him. He then counts to ten as he sucks their blood to semi-satisfy his lust.
Elizabeth is a doctor, she loves her job but likes to escape into the countryside now and then. When she twists her ankle Hugh comes to her aid. He carries her curvy form all the way back to his home. He takes care of her ankle and the rest of her body too but he goes too far and sucks her perfectly intoxicating blood.
How can these two lovers have any kind of relationship? They don’t know, only time will reveal the answers.
The delightful BD Whitney from Bookwenches has this to say about Point Vamp Book 1:
I found The Point to be entertaining overall, with sympathetic and somewhat quirky characters and a welcome touch of humor. Ms. Blisse does a good job of developing Hugh and Elizabeth in a very short period of time. She doesn’t simply introduce them to the reader but instead infuses the narrative with their personalities. Passages from Elizabeth’s point of view are filled with a wry humor and an informal tone that place the reader right into her headspace, while scenes from Hugh’s viewpoint are a little more formal and moody in flavor. I couldn’t help but like these two, because they have such unique personalities.
To read the rest of this well written review check out the book wenches website.
Also, if you want to know more about The Point and hear me, Ms Blisse live on air you need to tune into All Romance Ebooks blogtalk radio show tomorrow (Monday 17th May) at 9.30pm PST
which is the mdidle of the night for me, so who knows what I might say in my comprimised state! It's well worth a listen just for my British accent!