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  • Author:
    Angela Cameron
  • ISBN:
    1607778025
  • ISBN13:
    978-1607778028
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  • Publisher:
    Ravenous Romance (May 7, 2009)
  • Pages:
    256 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Erotica
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    1720 kb
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  • Rating:
    4.4
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    118
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BLOOD AND SEX, VOLUME 1: MICHAEL by Angela Cameron, is a book offering a pounding romance and enthralling suspense along a love of a vampire hero! Michael is the first hero in this series set in Florida centering around Michael's club called The Fallen.

BLOOD AND SEX, VOLUME 1: MICHAEL by Angela Cameron, is a book offering a pounding romance and enthralling suspense along a love of a vampire hero! Michael is the first hero in this series set in Florida centering around Michael's club called The Fallen. As owner of this club, he assures the rules of Allenza, their vampire world, is followed, especially foremost, the protecting of humans

Blood and Sex, Volume 1: Michael races from page to page, bursting with loads of sexual tension, steamy sex .

Blood and Sex, Volume 1: Michael races from page to page, bursting with loads of sexual tension, steamy sex, vile villains, Machiavellian schemes and paranormal thrills. Angela Cameron delievers a start to an exciting, sexy, steamy series about Italian vampires and their love stories that will keep you wanting more even after the story ends. A fantastic new e-book series kicks off with its first entry. a fun, sexy take on the vampire genre.

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"Hot and super sexy...a delicious read!" --Paige Tyler, author of Vampire 101 A totally original—and spinechillingly sexy—tale of a vampire Mafia and the detective who is determined to bring it to justice… Detective Victoria Tyler is investigating Collins Bay’s new serial killer, one of the city’s vampires. Since they have marked her as a human to be killed or conquered, Tori knows that Michael is her only hope for survival. But she hasn’t spoken to him since the night she tried to kill him. As the enforcer for the Italian vampiro cosca, Michael expects a certain amount of cooperation from his boss. That amount has been shrinking ever since their leader took a new sadist lover. So when the detective requests his help, it’s just the excuse he needs to take control of the city—and the delicious human. Risking it all, Tori agrees to let Michael take her neck and lead her on a journey through a world of bondage, domination and blood to stop the killer. But can she resist the dark lusts he sparks? Or will her weakness get someone else killed?

Aloo
I read this book in less than 24 hours. I could not put it down. At first I was afraid that this book would be one sex scene after another with bondage included. I was wrong. I had this book sitting on my shelf for over a year but did not venture to read it because of my fears. Now I wished I had read it sooner. I thought the book moved right along. I liked that the two main characters where in the story almost the entire time. Some books I have read where the author is so busy setting up the story for her next book with the characters to be in that book, that the characters in the book you are reading get lost in the planning. I also liked that Ms. Cameron's Vampires were not bag sucking vampires but took blood from the vein. Too many "new age" vampire books tend to lean toward bag sucking. Ugh!

This is the story of where people are being murdered with the familiar bite marks that Detective Victoria Tyler recognizes all to well. Why? Because at one time she was married to a Vampire. Her job is on the line and she needs the help of a powerful Vampire whom she also knows well, as she shot him once. Michael, who is owner of a club and hot and sexy, agrees to help her with one condition.....her neck!

This book has sex scenes but is not overdone. It also has the best thing of all and that is love. I would recommend this book to anyone. Now on to Ms. Cameron's next book.
Urtte
As much as I like vampires and sex, blood and kink, this book is so bad that I really can't understand how it became a series, with quite high scores on Goodreads.com. Firstly, the whole beginning of the book came way too close to L.K.Hamilton's Guilty Pleasures, the first book of Anita Blake series. I can get why it would resemble it and why the author could be influenced. However what I truly do not understand is how no-one corrected the Italian words/expressions used throughout the whole book. Also there could have been some text formatting on a lot of points, like while the heroine was talking to herself or when there was mind to mind talking... maybe italized wording or quotes. Funniest thing of all, a Death Match in Italian according to the author is Fiammifero de Morte, which really means the match (that lights fire) of the dead. I can understand that not all people speak/read/write 3 languages, however you can only google so much. I strongly recommend someone, from either the publishing house or the author's assistants takes a better look at all the italian written in the book and sort it out.
Zovaithug
Great series. I liked all 3 volumes. Hope there is more to come. Definitely left uninished and wanting more.
Kakashkaliandiia
I ABSOLUTELY LOVED THIS BOOK totally worth the 5$, I read this in one sitting. The heat the between Tori and Michael is hot n steamy! I recommend this book to anyone that has a love for Vampires. I have bought the other 2 books and can't wait to start reading them, Angela Cameron is one of my new favorite authors.
Spilberg
Detective Victoria Tyler is investigating Collins Bay's new serial killer, one of the city's vampires. Since they have marked her as a human to be killed or conquered, Tori knows that Michael is her only hope for survival. But she hasn't spoken to him since the night she tried to kill him.
As the enforcer for the Italian vampiro cosca, Michael expects a certain amount of cooperation from his boss. That amount has been shrinking ever since their leader took a new sadist lover. So when the detective requests his help, it's just the excuse he needs to take control of the city--and the delicious human.
Risking it all, Tori agrees to let Michael take her neck and lead her on a journey through a world of bondage, domination and blood to stop the killer. But can she resist the dark lusts he sparks? Or will her weakness get someone else killed?

The first thing that crossed my mind when I started reading this was "whoa, Dracula meets The Godfather". But let me tell you, I never enjoyed either of those books as much as I did this one. Once the scene opens on the first murder, it's a case not so much of whodunit, as how are they going to stop the one whodunit. Cameron's characters are clearly defined, but there is a fine line between evil and EVIL. The good guys and the bad guys are all, or at least mostly, vampires. What makes them different from each other is the basic premise that our hero Michael states in talking to Tori: a vampire is only a magnified version of the human that he or she was before being turned. If they were bad as humans, they are really bad as vampires.

Tori starts the story not really trusting Michael, and there is some backstory there that gets revealed as we read. Suffice to say, she gets a few surprises thrown at her as she learns what happened to her and one of the reasons she is so attracted to Michael. But then, there's a lot to be attracted to. Tall, dark and handsome fully qualifies here. And the secondary characters are so much fun to get to know. I think I'd like to meet Jonas (stage name Vlad)(yeah, exotic dancer) at the club. As good vamps go, he's a great one to have your back in a showdown. By the way, very hot dude too.

Some of the twists, I didn't see coming, but they fit well with the storyline, and made sense to the plot. Castillo, the evil dude, and his "scion" Damon were not as predictable as bad guys go. Castillo did show his sneaky side, and played the bad boy to the end. Once again, Ms. Cameron gives us a strong female character that is central to the story. Tori makes her own decisions, and faces the bad guy more than once without flinching (well not too much). The heat between Tori and Michael is intense, and the love scenes are five alarm scorchers. I found a touching sense of sympathy, though, when she showed a vampire funeral for one of the characters. I don't think that has ever been touched on in vampire fiction before. Usually, they die, and dissolve or turn to dust and thats it. Not here, but then I've come to expect that for this author.

I'm not sure if the ending would be called happily ever after, but it fit the story, and there was some resolution to all the various threads in the book. Once again, Ms. Cameron has provided an excellent reading experience, set in her alternate reality, where vampires and other creatures live, and live well. She gives new life to an old topic, and twists it to her advantage.