Kissing Orion caught my attention in the beginning but kind of lost it when Aaron Bradshaw turned from a strong character into a needy character, and he let Orion do it to him. I like strong characters to stay strong characters. It doesn't need to be an alpha and a beta set of characters, both can be strong characters. I liked the storyline though the ending was a little anti-climactic. I will read the next book in the series. And I recommend this one for a good read.
Aaron's boss sends Aaron into Orion's Club to talk to the Master Vampire about the drugs being sold in his club. When Aaron meets Orion though the attraction is instant and over powering for him. Orion is intent on claiming Aaron as his own and though he is compelled to keep Aaron safe it’s hard to when Aaron's job of being a cop is dangerous at best. Orion agrees to help Aaron with the drug bust to get as close to Aaron as he can to persuade him to be Orion's mate. Aaron though wants Orion but isn't sure a lasting relationship is the right thing. Can they make it work?
Aaron Bradshaw's boss orders him to acquire the vampire Orion's cooperation in their police investigation. Little does Aaron know sweet talking his way into the club is the first step in establishing a long-term relationship with a vampire.
The master vampire, Orion, has been alone for a long time. One look at the sexy detective and Orion decides who he wants to keep by his side. But Aaron's insistence of throwing himself into danger drives Orion insane.
How can he keep his lover safe and still let Aaron do his job--hunting down drug runners in Orion's club?
He may not be able to...
CONTENT ADVISORY: This is a re-edited re-release title. Pages: 91 pp.