The Change - I read once, then, twice - and still I didn't find what I was looking for. I didn't fully understand the injection thing except that the person giving it sided with Reynaldo's arch nemesis that suddenly appears, in like, two pages near the end.
Gwen, Reynaldo's wife he's bitten to change into a vampiress isn't taking to the change easily. He visits Elijah who imparts orgasm after orgasm as the only course towards successful completion, and, by the way, offers his assistance if needed. I didn't quite understand why Reynaldo was so lacking in that department either. Ever read of a vampire that needed viagara?
Those are just some of the issues I had a hard time understanding!
The warm and cozy, or feverish excitability feeling towards the characters or the story line you sometimes get from a book just didn't surface for me. Maybe more character background would have helped. At any rate, there are a few HOT orgasmic scenes, and it's short, only 53 pages long.
Previous Book: Tempting Reynaldo
Genre: Multicultural Vampire Paranormal
Gwen Baxter has just been Turned by her vampire lover, Reynaldo Alcantara. But unbeknownst to them his having bitten her might cost her her life.
There's an adverse reaction attacking her cell composition, causing the life to seep slowly out of her. Reynaldo panics and pays Master Elijah Thorton a visit to see what he can do to awaken Gwen.
Master Thorton explains that Reynaldo must have Gwen reach pinnacle after pinnacle of pleasure to bring about the chemical reaction she needs to complete her shift, thus awakening from her deep sleep. But when he visits, they learn the problem is far more complex.
And it looks like Master Thorton's expertise isn't all they'll need to spare Gwen's life.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, m‚nage (m/f/m).