Lorenzo was always a love ‘em and leave ‘em type, until he met Bianca. Lorenzo acquired Bianca’s father’s house after he passed away, unknowns to Bianca. Bianca heard her father passed away, and just came home to search the family house for the treasure that he always said was there. Lorenzo had recently been a little jealous of Dante and Raphael’s finding wives. He thought he could just let Bianca stay, and be content with her body. Soon he discovers that that isn’t enough anymore. He wants Bianca’s love. Bianca agreed to stay because that would give her the time she needed to poke around the house, looking for the treasure her father always told her about. Soon she to wants more from Lorenzo, and no longer cares if she finds the treasure.
This is probably the steamiest book of the trilogy. Again, the blending of the historical romance with the paranormal erotica is amazing.
Venice, Italy - early 1800s
When vampire rake Lorenzo Conti finds a beautiful woman sleeping in the bedchamber of his newly aquired home, he believes her to be a housewarming gift bestowed upon him by his thoughtful friends. There's only one thing to do with such a delicious present: ravish her!
The mysterious Bianca rushes to Venice upon her father's death but arrives too late: the house that she believes to contain a priceless treasure has already been sold. Hoping the new owner won't move in for another few days, she breaks in to search for her father's elusive treasure.
But when Lorenzo discovers her, she has to think fast and find a way to remain at the house to continue her search. And what better way than to seduce the new owner?