Tangled Hunger

Celestial Surrender, Book Two

Tina Christopher delves into a world of wonder and mayhem with this fabulous story. From the very first moment the reader is plunged into the mystery and action and the explosive sexual tension. I could not read this fast enough and was sorry to see it come to a conclusion. In fact I believe this is going to be one for my keeper files that I reread over and over again as I feel like Tanasha is my newest friend. I love how vulnerable she was and yet her strength was astounding. It’s no secret that I’m a fan of the curvy heroine and Nasha is one fantastic leady lady! Duncan is a superb leading man and I want to know if he has any brothers I can be introduced to!

The world this author created is one I want to visit again and again and I cannot wait to for the next adventure to come along. The conflict and the connections jump off the pages, wrap around you and bring you right in to the exploits.

Book Blurb for Tangled Hunger

Tanasha Omeiko is powerless—an unusual and undesirable state for a Naema whose society deems power essential. She struggles to find her place, shunned by all but her best friend, Sydney. When that friend disappears, Tanasha suspects Sydney’s husband is responsible. To prove him guilty, Tanasha turns to cocky and sexy Vampire PI Duncan O’Clare.

Duncan distrusts Naemas, but when sweet and curvy Tanasha walks into his office, he’s instantly drawn to her. She makes him feel things he hasn’t in years—intrigued, enchanted…inflamed.

Tanasha isn’t sure what she feels. Lust and distrust make uneasy bedfellows when she and Duncan pose as lovers to spy on Sydney’s husband. Thrown way out of her comfort zone, Tanasha must decide if she wants to make this charade reality, risking her heart on a man so far out of her league he could be in another dimension. But Duncan surprises her at every turn.

Then she discovers not only her heart depends on her link to Duncan, but also the fate of the galaxy. Talk about trouble. Book Length: Novel

Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2012 4.00