Heat in the Night is another quickie. I wish there would've been a little more to it, but it was still a very good book. It may be short but it can spice up your break time just fine. For a quickie this story was one I enjoyed and I know other readers will as well.
Ingrid is a vampire who was raised by humans, so she has some different ideas that are not necessarily shared by the rest of her race.
She goes into her heat cycle, which is the only time she can conceive. The problem is that she needs to find a willing partner. Not all vampires like her ideas and that makes things difficult.
Bron was her mentor and the only one she wants. Can she convince him to be more than a one or two night stand? Why don't you read this book and find out.
Vampires don’t fall in love with each other. When a female enters one of her rare heat periods, she chooses a mate for a night or two of raw sex to satisfy their mutual lust and possibly conceive a child. But young vampire Ingrid, brought up by human foster parents, has absorbed human notions about love and romance.
When she begins her first estrus, she gets thrown together with her dear friend Bron, who can’t stand to let any other vampire have her first. Realizing she has fallen in love with Bron, Ingrid embarks on a night of wild passion, determined to keep him from learning her shameful secret—that one night will leave her with a yearning for love that would baffle and repel most of her kind.
A Romantica® paranormal erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave