They Were Soldiers...
Until a ruthless mercenary's dark experiments made them so much more. Elite fighters Nick Cormac and Chase Turner are sworn to hunt him and his operatives down, but never counted on a pretty, green-eyed blond named Emelia Drake getting in the way. Oh, Emelia; stuck in a dead-end job and jilted by yet another cheating boyfriend, she deserves a little excitement. But stumbling into a criminal operation and forced into hiding with two hot soldiers of fortune is at first more terrifying than exciting. Convinced that Chase and Nick are gay, Emelia has to keep her lustful instincts on lock-down; but as the trio spend more time together, they discover that love can be a three-way street.
This story initially intrigued me on the premise of a power-mad mercenary attempting to create super-soldiers, and was mildly disappointed that little was revealed in this regard. However, watching the gradual and sweet seduction of Emelia by two men whose love for each other turns out to be more than just sexual preference, totally made up for it. Soldier on, Ghost Unit 1; can't wait to meet the boys (and girls?) of Ghost Unit 2 !!
Gail’s getting over a deadbeat abusing boyfriend, when a stranger enters the diner where she works as a waitress. It’s late, and Gail wants to go home. The plot’s simple—vampire fancies woman. She can’t resist and quickly succumbs to his charms. Sadly, the vampire, Drew, has enemies who are chasing him. He uses Gail’s apartment as a bolt-hole…with benefits.
Want a hot quickie? Yes. Include a few vampires to add a splash of spice? Yes. Then, this one’s for you. I enjoyed the fast pace and easy reading. The sex is smoking…Drew has centuries of experience and demonstrates how to make a woman orgasm with only his tongue. By the end of this quickie…he shows much more. I don’t want to spoil the plot, but you can guess what happens from the title—Novice. Drew’s enemies catch up with him, big battle…but all does not go well. I’m holding my breath for Dark Kingdom II. You may ask…why not a five? That's because of a couple of moving parts and grammar style. They don’t impact the flow, and Novice is still a recommended read.