The Drakhom Taboo
The Drakhom are a new breed. They are part human, part vampire and total sensuality on legs. To be with a Drakhom is to experience sexuality to its fullest form. This new breed of vampire no longer feasts off blood, they are mortal in most ways. Many woman dream about having the opportunity to spend a night with a Drakhom, while others shy away. This is the tale about Kate Randall and how she got over her fear the Drakhom one delicious nip at a time.
When Kate’s new client, Tanton Manning, turns out to be a Drakhom she goes beyond designing his company’s main office space and he takes care of her misplaced fear.
Celia Jade joins the list of paranormal authors that I’ll be keeping my eye on. The Drakhom Taboo was a short slice of just what I need during this Halloween season. The characters were intriguing and the Drakhom breed has much potential as a series. Keep your eyes open for this up and coming author who is able to write wonderfully in many different categories. Read The Drakhom Taboo for a quick and hot break. It’s a great new twist on the vampire genre.
Book Blurb for The Drakhom Taboo
Drakhom were the offspring of humans and vampires. Typically beautiful and dark, they were known to possess strong sexual appetites, without the need for blood. Nonetheless, accounts of unusual sexual encounters with the species made Kate Randall wary of them. She had no desire to experience intimate activity that involved dangerously sharp teeth.
Kate is instantly attracted to her new client, Tanton Manning. No surprise there—he’s strikingly handsome and successful. But she suspects that he’s a Drakhom, which would be a good reason to stay away from him once her project is complete. Tanton, however, is determined to have this beautiful woman and wastes no time getting his message across. She plans to ignore his romantic attempts to lure her, but agrees to dinner, assuming it would be easy to tell him she didn’t mix business with pleasure.
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