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eBook Review: Halloween Fantasies by Katie Salidas

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The annual Halloween Fantasy Ball is touted as the sexiest party of the year. Sasha and her friend Angela are going along. They’ve booked hotel rooms at the venue so they can drink — and have every intention of making the most of it. When Sasha’s original outfit gets ruined, she ends up going to the party as a vampire hunter.

She catches the eye of Dante — a real life creature of the night. He hasn’t attended the ball in fancy dress, knowing that people will have no idea whether he’s a real vampire or not. Somehow, though, Sasha senses that he is a real vampire. Before long, she’s desperate to find out for sure. She wants to find out what it’s like to be bitten by a vampire. And with Dante being so hot and all, she would quite like to go to bed with him, too.

Nervous, but determined to life out one of her life long fantasies, Sasha flirts with Dante and eventually invites him back to her room, where she prepares for the night of her life. Dante certainly doesn’t disappoint, but after receiving a phone call, Dante admits to having a fantasy of his own — one that promises to give Sasha even more pleasure than she thought possible.

This is a seriously fun and sexy story. I loved the humour and realism throughout, which just made the scenario of there being “real” vampires feel so much more believable. Good fun, well written and with smokin’ sex scenes — Halloween Fantasies is one read I’d recommend to get you in the mood for this Samhain.

Available from:
Amazon UK
Amazon US

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