Born to Bite-Hannah Howell, Diana Cosby, and Erica Ridley

Born to Bite

Hannah Howell, Diana Cosby, and Erica Ridley

Kensington, Aug 28 2012, $15.00

ISBN 9780758273437

 

“Never Been Bitten” by Erica Riley.  In 1830 England, Lydia Breckenridge hires Ellie Ramsey to prove that Martainn “Cain” Macane is a vampire.  They dance and he goes to take a nip, but she bites him instead.  Cain is shocked by her action and more so when she vanishes with no one remembering seeing her except Cain.

 

“Dark Secret” by Hannah Howell.  In 1514, orphaned Murdina Dunbar learns she has a cousin Adeline who took a bairn and fled into the hills to be with the MacNachton clan.  However, she finds no new clues so she stops at Dunnantinny Keep to earn money as a maid and seek new information.  Laird Sir Ranald Dumfries directs Murdina to spy on guest Sir Gillanders Baldwin who he thinks is a MacNachton demon.  Unable to resist Gillanders kisses her and believes she is his mate as he stalks Ranald for killing his cousin

 

“Highland Moon” by Diana Cosby.  In 1297, healer Rowan Campbell flees from men calling her a witch.  She helps a man trapped inside of a stone circle.  Aedan MacGregor says he is a poisoned vampire who needs to drink her blood, which she reluctantly allows.  Tasting the blood, he knows she is his mate.  Aedan tells her he will protect her though he has a traitor to catch.  They make love and he is stunned when she glitters as if she is fey.

 

The entries are entertaining historical vampire romances though the thin storylines are similar with an innocent female unaware of the existence of vampires and sensitive lead males assisting them with their transition.

 

Harriet Klausner

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