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Blood Rose Paperback – August 1, 2007
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Her only hope of finding what she is looking for is to enlist the help of the Society's top vampire hunters--Lord Sommersby and Drake Swift, the two men who are the focus of her very erotic and nightly dreams. Awake she wonders about them and fights the desires her dreams cultivate.
Sommersby and Swift agree to help her. Their motives are the same--they both want Serena. Lord Sommersby has an additional reason for helping her. He wants to find out why Serena is so important to the Society. When Sommersby discovers exactly why, he only has days to save her. And the only one who has any hope of helping him succeed is his rival, Drake Swift. He has no choice but to ask for Swift's help.
The three of them search for answers as feelings grow. Serena is confused by her feelings for both men. They are fascinating and superb contrasts. How can she choose? Does she really have to choose? The power of three is what they need to defeat their enemies. Their triad will be stronger if they can all accept it.
But will they be in time to save themselves?
Ms. Page is a master of paranormal erotic romance and Blood Rose is a prime example. I couldn't wait to get to the next chapter to see what happened next. The heroine and heroes are fascinating and the sex is hot enough to scorch your hand while you're reading. I will definitely be reading more of Ms Page.
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Blood Rose was sensual, intriguing, and entertaining, but not the deepest plot I've ever read. It was good for a paranormal, particularly from such a small press. There's great potential with Sharon Page's vampire world: the women are the leaders in this vampire society, and men can only rule with a powerful vampiress at their side; there's a bit of magic that comes with the necessity of drinking blood; and a love between three is encouraged as a way to strengthen one's powers. But then, the story also has its faults, there's a twist at the end that I thought was only thrown in for shock effect and serves no real purpose to the story, Serena seems confused about whether she wants to be a wanton or a lady and I found her attempts to do both lacking, and the men in the story weren't as strong and Alpha as I usually like them. Still, Blood Rose was an intriguing paranormal romance with lots of potential. I'll be sure to check out Page's other work.
Malevolent vampire king Lord Lukos knows who Serena is and her place in his world. He wants her at his side as he believes she is the most powerful vampire queen ever as prophesized in the vampiric legends. While Jonathon and Drake struggle to keep Serena away from Lukos, they both fall in love with her whereas Serena loves both of her protectors. Could their desires destroy their partnership and friendship leading to Lukos succeeding or can they find another ménage de trois third way to enjoy the passions of life and love?
The key to this entertaining erotic vampiric Regency romance is Serena. She seems genuine as a half-breed human and vampire about to totally turn; as such she makes vampires and vampire hunters appear genuine too. Hot, steamy, and dark, BLOOD ROSE is a terrific historical as the lead trio makes love and war.