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Bloodknot by Tracy Cooper-Posey
Winter, a professional thief who can manipulate others’ biologies by touch, accidentally “healed” her former partner–and former vampire–Sebastian, whom she secretly loves. Her healing created a symbiot pairing between them that neither of them wants.
Nathanial, a sexy thousand-year-old vampire and Sebastian’s ex-lover, talks Sebastian and Winter into stealing evidence that will expose all vampires to the world. But Nathanial is a puppet-master who doesn’t believe in falling in love with humans, leaving Winter unsure of his real feelings for her once he seduces her, or how he feels about Sebastian, the former vampire-now-human whose life he has turned upside down once more.
But the evidence they steal is hot property. The future of all vampires is on the line and others will stop at nothing to get it, leaving Sebastian, Winter and Nathanial with no allies but each other. They must trust each other to survive. Only…can they?
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Our review of Bloodknot
Is there honesty between thieves? That’s what Winter wants to find out when the vampire ex-lover of her ex-partner shows up. Her partner that she has not seen in over 9 months, and has had no contact with him in over 6 weeks. Together, Winter and Nathanial (A.K.A Nial) must find Sebastian before it’s too late.
Winter can read people’s biologies by touching them, so she makes a deal with Nial. If he can be honest with her he can have her, any way he wants her. Too late, she finds out that Nial isn’t 100% truthful. Vampires can change their emotions and their biologies. When they find Sebastian, and Nial offers them one last job before they retire, Winter and Sebastian must face the love, and the passion they have, before deciding to trust Nial again with their hearts.
Can true love exist between 3 non humans? Can love overcome all obstacles? If you love erotic romance, with a touch of suspense then this is the book for you. I could not put the book down until I got to the very end, and I still go back and read my favorite parts over and over again. Who says that love isn’t forever?
Review by Jessica for ILVN