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Passionate Companions (Romance on the Go)

by Cat Blaine

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A Hearts On Fire Review

3.75 HEARTS--Sexy, vampire courtesan fun!

New author Cat Blaine has good ideas when it comes to her short story, "Passionate Companions". The title, eh, I'm not so in love with but the story was pretty good. Vampires and Humans have reached an agreement in her world. The vampires can not breed new vampires without the help of the help of human females. The humans want courtesans for their troubles, vampire courtesans because vampire sex is 1000 times better than human sex (Or so I've heard.) So humans Masters get to acquire fully trained male vampire virgin courtesans.

Enter snarky Sully, nineteen year old vampire who has been put on the list a year early to be a human's pet. He's not happy about and let's his displeasure known. He can't help being mind reading-ly seductive. It's a talent that is most prized alone with his pure bloodlines. He's put on the auction block and snapped up even when trying to rudely dissuade the potential human Masters.

He still catches the eye of filthy rich, handsome twenty-something Master Adrian. Sully has a smart mouth and can be quite derogatory about humans. (He thinks his species is superior) But there's something that draws him towards his Master. And the Master is patient...well patient for less than 40 pages.

The world created was interesting, I wished this was maybe a novella to get to learn the intricacies and societies created. I think this was a futuristic world maybe? Closer to Urban Fantasy. I wanted to know more about the world set up. I wished Sully would have had a longer period before capitulating to his basic needs. I liked both main characters. They were good together and the ending was a heavy HFN with a possibility of more from these two.

The best part? There were no 'I love you's' recklessly promised.

If this author chooses to write more, I'd definitely would check it out." ( )
  SheReadsALot | Jun 20, 2016 |
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