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The Vampire, The Witch and The Werewolf: Mirabella's Mardi Gras Ménage

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  • Posted March 28, 2013

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    Steamy Paranormal Read With Likable Characters

    As the seventh book in The Vampire, The Witch, and the Werewolf series a lot has come before this but though I haven't read any of the previous books I didn't feel out of the loop at all. The characters featured in this story have been seen before with vampire Nick being the fledgling of old vampire Lawrence, Mirabella being the relative of a Voodoo priestess who has more powers than even she knows, and human Marguerite whose life is about to change dramatically once these three form their fiery ménage.

    The people in this ménage come together out of an instant attraction or through years of longing, but either way their time together is super steamy and well-written to make it a truly believable relationship. They're immensely likable with a surprising playfulness to their personalities. They care about each other instantly and once a life or death incident befalls them their love shows its true intensity. The intermixing of their paranormal abilities, which we see very little of, was entertaining and their interactions brought to mind a modern twist to the TV show Friends. They present a united front and will grow in their abilities as they support each other in the years ahead.

    This was a fun story. There was no earth-shattering message, just a well-written and sexy story that vividly depicted the excitement and exoticness of Mardi Gras. Those looking for an entertaining and wild ride of a story will find this story a fantasy-like delight that has me wanting to read more from Ms. Bacio.

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  • Posted March 18, 2013

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    Mirabella is an innocent young girl that just so happens to have

    Mirabella is an innocent young girl that just so happens to have a voodoo priestess as an Aunt. That is she was an innocent young girl until she met Marguerite in her Aunt's voodoo shop looking for love advice. Marguerite is in love with the vampire Nick. When the three of them get together, Mirabellas sexual innocence is thrown to the wind and she starts to discover her body's true potential. A very hot read.

    Rating: 4.5

    Heat rating: Hot (F/F/M scenes)

    Reviewed By: Rae

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