Tess by G.E. Stills (Book Review)

It’s been a really bad night. First Tess is sexually harassed by her lecherous boss and then she finds that during her shift as a cocktail server it has snowed. Things can’t get worse. Can they? They can. As she trudges through the cold, she is attacked by a mugger and stabbed. When she wakes she finds that she is in a strange bed, with no clothes on, and held captive while wearing a collar that is chained to a wall. Across the room sits a stranger gazing at her. Tess soon finds out there really are things that go bump in the night and her captor, Alonzo, is one of those things.

For a person who whole-heartedly believes no relationship can last without laughter, I was happy to see many playful moments between Alonzo and Tess. Of course, their courtship was far from the norm…even for a vamp and human. Stabbing, near death experiences, a kidnapping, and a battle that changes everything. Interest peaked, yet? Good. I think you’ll enjoy this story. I sure did. 
Heart rating system:
1 (lowest) and 5 (highest) 
Score: ❤❤❤❤


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