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Twice Tempted: A Night Prince Novel, Book 2 Audio Download – Unabridged

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I am totally loving this offshoot series about one of my most favourite JF characters ... Vlad, the vampire with an 'impalement habit' LOL. Without giving too much away, his love Leila, for someone so young, is also a wonderfully well written character (in my opinion of course) as a strong, sassy and feisty young lady without being a know-it-all pain in the ass. There are some fabulous lines in this book with several LOL moments as Frost lets us explore the enigmatic Vlad some more. Worth every penny and so looking forward to the next installment where, hopefully, some of side characters will be exonerated for their actions because they were 'under the influence' as it were. Loved it.
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Loved it, loved it, loved it! Is that enough of a review?

Jeannie Frost, wow this series rocks!

Leila and Vlad have been together a while now, dating the dark lord was never going to be a walk in the park. Leila feels his getting more distant, so tries to get him to open up.... When he makes a grand declaration she doesn't take it well.

Everybody else took their seats, so I did, too, wishing I’d been given
an Undead Etiquette for Dummies manual. - Leila

Vlad isn't letting Leila go, he may be a man with a tough demeaner, but maybe his heart is softer than he dare admit.

“You’ve never had angry sex. I’m about to show you what you’ve been missing.” -
Vlad

Leila is a tough cookie, she's strong minded and is all set for a life back in the carnival world, that is until a tragedy happens....

The characthers in this book are intriguing and most are really likeable, the main characthers development is deep and they go on an interesting journey that's full of mystery and sexy too.

There is humour too and some great dialogue between our two lovers, and Vlad the man that keeps emotions hidden and words limited totally melted my heart when he opened up, his not all flowery with words but gets his point over with great effect. ❤️

This series is a must read for all vampire romance fans.

5 'I need a Vlad in my life' stars
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This was absolutely fabulous and utterly delicious! What a contrast with Once Burned, which for me just fell flat when I read it last year.

Both Leila and Vlad grew as characters and stepped away from stereotyped to death paranormal romance hero and heroine. There was definitely a kick to both of them and at times a sincerity that took my breath away.

Also, this book was non-stop action from the page one and involved some seriously wicked butt-kicking and mostly cartoonish amount of bloodshed.

Both Leila and Vlad were glorious, very strong-willed and very much set in their ways. Vlad believed that he should have had her without love declarations, but Leila would have had none of it. I had so much fun with their tug of war. Add to this a traitor among Dracula's people, an unseen new enemy and a very annoyed father of your girlfriend, and Houston, we've got problems.

Hopefully, I avoided all sorts of spoilers. I really didn't want to ruin your fun! Highly recommended.
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Well I have just finished this book which is the second book in the series and its even more gripping than the first. Again I finished it in one day as I couldn't put it down. After helping VALD to try and locate who's trying to kill him and her VALD gives her a little box which she thinks is an engagement ring but it turns out to be a ring which signifies that she is part of his line. Leila is really upsehit as she wants him to say he loves her, when he wouldn't she leaves and goes back to her dwarf vampire friend at the circus. Someone
sets off a bomb trying to kill her, but she's saved by VALD's right hand guard who is in love with her. They pretend that she's dead to try and find out who's trying to kill her and VALD thinking she's dead flies over to get her remains and realised that it's not her remains. She connects with him while in a dream and he comes to get her. Things get really gritty with all the twists and emotions, but it's fantastic. A really great story and I'm waiting for the next book. Please please hurry.
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Vlad has kept his distance from Leila since her psychic abilities began playing up when he surrounded her in his aura to save her from an explosion. Leila worries that her faulty abilities mean he's no longer interested, and worry about what this means for a future, until Vlad makes a shocking announcement. Vlad is proposing! Unfortunately, Leila is mistaken, and realises that's never on the cards for her and Vlad, that he'll never feel for her how she feels for him. Humiliated and hurting, she decides to leave and go back to her old life as a carnival acrobat with Marty. But when a bomb blows up her former trailer, it looks like someone wants her dead, and Vlad is looking like a possible suspect.

Oh, Vlad! I do love him. He is just so complicated when it comes to his feelings. He may act cold and distance, but there's so much going on underneath the surface! You know, I didn't think it possible, but he's even more arrogant in this book, and I found it so surprising! Because the Vlad we know from the Night Huntress series is always pretty jokey and flirty, I've always assumed his arrogance was half joke - sure there was some there, but he didn't take himself too seriously. Although in some ways that may be the case, his arrogance is mostly real. Yet his arrogance is warranted really; he's Vlad the impaler, he's conquered many an enemy throughout the centuries of his life, he's been through such terrible ordeals, yet he always comes out on top. Why would he believe any different? And he is over 500 years old, so he has certain old fashioned ideals, and with his arrogance, he can sometimes seem a little unreasonable, but Leila is well up for the challenge of teaching him the error of his ways.

Twice Tempted felt a little different to other books I've read by Frost.
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