Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Review of Lure of Forever by Doris O'Connor


Lure of Forever by Doris O’Connor
Pages: 133
ISBN: 978-1-927368-66-4
Purchase Links:  Amazon

Synopsis:
You’d think a three thousand year old vampire would believe in forever. Not Lucas. He has an escaped demon to hunt and no time for the follies of humankind. When strip-o-gram Coralie arrives on his boat, she awakens human instincts long buried, and protecting her becomes of paramount importance.

Coralie, standing in for a friend, is mortally embarrassed at having stumbled onto the wrong boat. The vampire wannabe she encounters makes her body sing in ways she never thought possible. Finding out that he is indeed the real thing throws everything she ever believed in into doubt.

With the demon closing in and the future of humanity in peril will they manage to find their forever?

The book is released March 7th by Evernight Publishing.

Review:
As a lover of supernatural books, it was the synopsis that made me want to read Lure of Forever.
Getting stuck into the book, I found the writing of Ms. O’Connor to be very refreshing. Seriousness mixed with a quirkiness that is easy to read and not be bored with. Her characters were well conceived and depicted. The interaction between them ebbed and flowed in the same manner as she had written the sex scenes, utterly delightful.
Overall the story itself may not be a truly original concept but the way Ms. O’Connor executes her words, makes it a truly memorable read.
I would recommend Lure of Forever, to anyone who has a love of Vampire, Shifter, Paranormal books.
Doris O’Connor is definitely a writer to keep an eye on with future releases.
Lure of Forever receives 4 bites n kisses out of 5

Now circle the calendar my darling one's for Wednesday March 21st, when we have Doris O'Connor come visit us here on Blood, Lust and Erotica.

2 comments:

Naomi said...

What a wonderful idea for a book. I will be looking out for this one because I just have to find out what happens to her.

raven mcallan said...

I love this book, I think it is Doris' best ever, and I am an avid Doris O'Connor fan