Review: Vampire Masquerade | Olivia Stark

Review: Vampire Masquerade | Olivia Stark

  • Publisher: Beachwalk Press, Inc. (January 16, 2014)
  • Print Length: 50 pages
  • Published in E-book form
  • Book was given to me to review from author. (does not effect truth in my review
  • Rating: ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀
Book Description: 
It may be too late for Natasha to escape two she-vamps with one big secret…You are cordially invited to the event of the year
The Vampire Masquerade Ball
Sincerely, Aleese and Eaven
When Natasha Edwards receives a personal invitation to the exclusive Vampire Masquerade, it’s exactly the break she’s been waiting for. It’s her chance to impress national news syndicates, not to mention an opportunity to do some snooping into the disappearances of several women who were last seen within the Underground sect. But the two she-vamps have other plans for her.
Aleese’s infatuation with the sexy news reporter cannot be denied, and Eaven has never been one to ignore her wife’s desires. The blonde beauty is perfect for their plans, and once she’s inside their home, the trap is set. Natasha is easy prey. She’s responsive to their touch, and sweet as honey to taste. They want nothing more than to indulge their fantasies in every way imaginable.
Natasha finds exquisite pleasure of a kind she’s never experienced with the two dangerous vampires. But when she stumbles upon the truth behind the missing women, will it be too much for one small-town reporter to handle?
Content Warning: contains explicit language, graphic sex, F/F/F+ ménage, BDSM, oral sex, spanking, toy play, and voyeurism
My review of the book:
Have you checked this book out yet? Well don’t! Oh and by don’t I mean DON’T WAIT any longer! Oh my goodness, the romance, the flow, the sensual “ness” of this story is amazing. It literally had me excited. I honestly didn’t know what I wanted more. To be in a room by myself instead of a dentist office or if I just wanted to visit the bathroom there.  It was almost if I was visiting the story and pretending I was Nat. I am one who isn’t easily influenced by books, but the way this book is written your imagination just runs wild. Olivia has an amazing talent no doubt making this book feel real. All I can say is yes this book is a 5. If something catches my attention so much I need more and more, well It deserves beyond what any rating system can give. Thank you Olivia!

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