Saturday, November 2, 2013

Review + Giveaway ~ The Coward's Way Out (Ward of the Vampire #4) by Kallysten

When she was first trapped in the Ward mansion, an unwanted guest to millionaire and vampire Morgan Ward, Angelina could think of nothing else but how to break the compulsion that kept her prisoner. Her reluctant warden was certainly sexy and intriguing, but his standoffish behavior was outputting to say the least.

After a couple of weeks, however, after several ‘mind-trips’ into a fantasy reality in which Morgan is a perfect gentleman – and perfect lover – Angelina finds herself falling for him and struggling to understand why he tries so hard to push her away. How can a man be charming and attentive one minute… and yet deliberately infuriating the next?

A visit from Irene, this time more interested in a stroll down memory lane than in murder, starts to explain Morgan’s fears. But can Angelina break down his barriers before it’s finally time to leave, or will his past prove to be too deep of a wound to heal?

The New Year brings change with a startling kiss and an even more surprising guest… or is it more of the same?
If you haven’t yet read the first three installments, Ward of the Vampire, My Reluctant Warden and Awkward Holidays, then I recommended starting at the beginning. This is a serial story, and while the reader can read this part as a standalone I do not recommend it; to obtain a complete understanding of the complex relationship between Morgan and Angelina.

The emotion are strong it this episode, Kallysten really pulls at the heartstrings. The fantasy really comes to life - the passion between Angelina and Morgan has reach a fervor pitch. Kallysten is a tease...but in this case TEASE ME BABY - I am loving it!!!
~ Keep these intriguing stories coming ~
Disclosure: This ebook was provided to me free of charge for the sole purpose of an honest review. All thoughts, comments, and ratings are my own.


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4 comments:

  1. She has written so many wonderful book I can't just pick one. I did enjoy Ward of the Vampire.

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  2. I haven't read any of her books yet.

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