“As Twilight Falls” follows ghost photographer Kadie Andrews. She is now lost in a town that has vampires. Once you enter this town you were not permitted to leave. I found this idea intriguing. The master vampire, Rhylan, of course is a hot sexy male that is used to just taking what he wants, and her wants Kadie. I really enjoyed how he struggled with taking his time with her, he wanted her to want him. Ms. Ashley did a wonderful job of letting Kadie gradually fall for Rhylan. With a touch of danger all around, As Twilight Falls kept me entertained and wanting more of these two. A great read!
Ghost photographer Kadie Andrews goes down a wrong road, she ends up in a small town called Morgan Creek. Something seems off about the place from the start. She is taken in and helped by an attractive man. But little does she know that she has just entered a place where once you come you can never leave. And when she draws the eye of the master vampire Rylan, she must make a choice. She can either be his by her choice or against her will, but his either way. He is determined to have her, and Rylan always gets what he wants.
Photographing ghost towns across the American West, Kadie Andrews takes a wrong turn and ends up in Morgan Creek--a spot that isn't on the map. It's a quaint little place, but there's something off about its complacent residents. And when twilight falls, it takes on a truly sinister air. . .
Unable to run, or to find any way out, Kadie finds herself a prisoner, hunted for her blood. Still more disturbing, her spirit and beauty have captured the attention of master vampire Rylan Saintcrow. When he looks into her eyes, she can see his hunger. When he takes her in his arms, she can feel his power. When he presses his lips against hers, she can taste his need. Saintcrow may be the most compelling creature she's ever imagined, but Kadie knows in her heart that he is also a man. A man who needs a woman. To want him, desire him, crave him. To be his willing prisoner--for all eternity. . .