By Heidi Betts
Copyright October 2011
Love At First Bite
Nightclub dancer Chloe Lamoureaux just met the man of her dreams: Aidan Raines is charming, considerate, rich, and hot. Of course, he’s a little mysterious about his age. And his favorite drink. And he’s not much for sunlight. But he’s asked her to marry him, and she’s ready to do it. Sure, she has a few secrets too—but they’ll have plenty of time to work things out while they’re living happily ever after. Right?
Her identical twin sister, Chuck, isn’t so sure. Maybe reporting for the local Bigfoot-sighting tabloid doesn’t make her an expert, but to Chuck, Aidan and his brother Sebastian look like honest-to-Dracula vampires. Especially Sebastian: beguiling, seductive, and just a hint of dangerous. Maybe she wouldn’t mind him taking a little taste. But with Chloe’s life in the balance, she has to know—do they want hot love or hot blood? Or maybe…a little of both?
I will freely admit to being a Paranormal Romance lover. Love at First Bite is a look into the life of twin sisters plans for their lives are very different. First you have Chloe, who is a Showgirl, and to all appearances a first class gold digger. She’s got her secrets just like everyone does, and is out to make her life easier and financially secure.
The other twin is Chuck (Charlotte) a reporter for one of those Supermarket Papers where she specialized in bending the story line a bit to sell papers. She’s on the trail of a story and needed to switch places with her sister to make it work. Chloe was more than happy to do it since it gave her a night out with her very rich boyfriend.
Now if you’re wondering how Chuck can take her sister’s place, that’s easy. Both of them are accomplished dancers, having studied since they were small girls. Their mother was a showgirl before them. If this is getting confusing, don’t worry about it. Just read the book and it will all be made crystal clear.
I loved the way the plotting of the story is done from each sister’s point of view. I also love the way the Boyfriend and HIS brother are two totally different personalities also. Heidi has written a “can’t put it down till I’m done story” and I think it’s a real hit.
Heidi Betts is a multi published author with well over 30 books in print, both in English and Foreign editions. She can be found at http://heidibetts.com/ and also at https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=658412777&sk=info
FTC Full Disclosure: This book was sent to me by the publisher asking only for a fair review if I read it.