Sandra spends her days helping her family of witches make potions and perform spells for those that wish to pay for their services. When she meets the notorious vampire that runs a club for preternatural being, her life takes a turn into decadence and danger. The vampire Navarre ignites a passion within Sandra with his old-world charm and seductive nature that creates a special magical bond between them. Then their relationship becomes threatened when a murderer begins to prey on those around them and black magic hangs heavy around those deaths. Humans, witches, and other preternatural beings are being used in sadistic fashion in what appears to be ritualistic black magic. Who is killing the beings in their community, and what is the dark purpose? Circumstances will bring others into Navarre and Sandra's relationship but destiny has its on plan. The feelings she shares with Navarre are complex while erotically tantalizing. What is she to make of the uninhibited sexual pleasures that arise when others become entangled in their erotic romance and what will it mean for her relationship with Navarre? With her heart belonging to Navarre, and her emotions complicated with special others, can she face the changes in her life while keeping the man she loves?
Tracey H. Kitt thrilled me with the supernatural world of beings she created with her novel Bitten. You can feel the passion and emotions as they surround you with every page you turn in this spicy romance. Navarre not only sweeps Sandra off her feet with his dark charm, but he had this reader falling in love with him too. Great characters and a great plot will leave you never wanting this story to end. I hope to see more of the bewitching characters in future novels. Enjoy!

Book Blurb for Bitten

Sandra Ashton is a witch who suddenly finds herself dating three vampires. So, what do you do when you’ve got three immortal beings professing their undying or is that undead love for you? You agree to what they like to call, ‘joint custody’.

Rating: Spicy/Carnal.

Night Owl Reviews Jun, 2009 4.50