Getting Physical

The Endowed, #3

This story had several things I really enjoyed. It has a fascinating female heroine, larger than life male heroes, an interesting society and really hot scenes. Even though it was a third book, it didn't dwell too hard on the previous books in the series or delve too far in backstory which made it easy to get into.

Onto the dirt…the sex scenes were scorching in this piece even if her acceptance of a second male happened rather quickly. I liked the fact she knew what she wanted and wasn't afraid to demand it. The intimate scenes were vividly depicted and while I found the dialogue crude, I know some readers will really enjoy it.

Personally, I would have liked to have seen a little more story and a little less inner angst on the heroine's part, but that's probably just me.

Overall, an entertaining read with the right amount of spice. 


Book Blurb for Getting Physical

Caramia is a vampire slayer, which is all fine and good until she finds out the man she's in love with is a vampire. What's a girl to do when the man she loves runs off to find another man--vampire--whatever? Well…she learns to live with it then trains, trains, trains. Who needs fickle men anyway?

Nicodemo returns to find the woman he loves tougher than he remembers her. Not only is she an experienced slayer, but she's learned to live without him since his departure. When he left to find his best friend and triad mate, he never expected to come back and find that the sweet woman he left behind was such an accomplished killer. However, it doesn't bother him...too much. After all, she told him she loved him. Things couldn't have changed that much, could they?

Leopold knows Cara is for him the moment he sees her. He wants nothing more than to make a life and babies with her. The only question he has is whether or not she can keep from staking him long enough to get to know him.

As the two men set out to convince Cara they don't want to live without her, they woo her in the only way they know how. Can she overcome the fact that the two men she finds herself in such a strange relationship with are the very kind of monsters she's trained to kill…or are they?


Night Owl Reviews Jan, 2011 4.00