One Vampire Summer’s main character, Carol Langley, a paperback romance author, goes to her family’s cabin to get away. She’s greeted with her longtime neighbors Maude and Clyde. It’s not of these neighbors that she’s very aware of, but it’s their new neighbor Tom O’Brien, an attorney and vampire.
Carols’ life takes a few twists as her dead mother, her agent, and Tom her mother’s 6th husband, appears to have the controls.
Tom was attracted to Carol all along even while married to her mother. As her neighbor he insinuates himself into her life. Tom’s ulterior motive is to become mortal when he feeds off her as a vampire, but he wants her to be comfortable with him first.
Destiny Blaine doesn’t allow you a break - there’s no break in the action. There’s funny lines and times to be serious too.
There’s lots of talking during sex as Carol knows what she wants and the men in her life have no problem following her demands.
Tom is caring - if vampires can be caring. He’s also characterized as a professional… attorney (?) aren’t they suppose to be sharks, not vampires?
Even though it’s over 250 pages as an ebook One Vampire Summer is a quick, easy, fun, love and stressor packed romance.
Being a romance author has a few perks but Carol Langley rarely gets to experience them. That is until she meets her sexy-hot summer neighbor Tom O’Brien and that’s when things change. Tom is tall, dark, debonair and very sexual--something Carol didn’t even realize about herself until she had the pure pleasure of experiencing Tom. Of course, after one night of passion, she’s hooked and since Tom professed raw emotions to her, she assumes he is too. An assumption she made but didn’t bother to check and see if the feelings were mutual. Almost as soon as Tom leaves her bed, he’s on the lake with a busty little blonde and all but parading her around his front lawn.
They aren’t married. He has the right to see anyone he wants--and so does she. Carol quickly boards a plane bound for New York but things heat up quickly in First Class and a little romp is just what she needs to feel better about her Tom-Carol situation. That is, until things not only go haywire but they begin to unravel.
A sexual conquest at the airport, bad decisions and bad dreams, a quick make-out and make-up session with Tom and fires ignite. Questions and more intrigue than any one mortal woman can stand--but what about the immortal man? Who is Tom O’Brien? Where did he come from and how does he know so much about his summer neighbor? And why does Carol find him irresistible?