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.
Tess by G.E. Stills (Book Review)
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.
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