Alpha Loverby Brenda Sparks
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Starved for blood, vampire, Nicholai Peterhof is greatly relieved when two tourists decide to grace his restaurant, but one sip from the pretty brunette and his world is forever turned upside down. Juliette Staint-John is everything he could have asked for in a heartmate; pretty, smart, built with curves in all the right places...and totally unavailable.
Juliette doesn't want anything to do with the handsome, young-looking Nicholai. As if their differences aren't enough, the acute grief over the loss of loved ones keeps her heart guarded. He may be her fantasy, but that's all he can ever be.
To get past Juliette's defenses and in order to keep her safe, Nicholai must prove himself worthy of her love and trust. Unbeknownst to the couple, her personal demons are not the only ones threatening their relationship. Hiding virtually unseen by the vampires, Demon Royalty plots to destroy not only the couple but the entire vampire breed. Luckily, Nicholai will do anything for Juliette--even if it means sacrificing himself.
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Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted my copy of this book. Nicholai meets Juliette when she and her friend eat at his restaurant. He knows immediately who she is, what she is. She is his heartmate, his one true love. He just needs to win her heart before he tells her his secret, that he is a vampire. But there are darker forces at work, that could cost them both their lives. And it's those darker forces I'm left wondering about! Do the demons appear in books one and two?? Is there an on-going story line between the three books?? Because I'm left thinking there is, and I've not read book one, Alpha Mine, or book two, Deadly Alpha. So I'm thinking I missed something, something important, something I NEEDED! I did like that the aforementioned darker forces have their say. And even if I didn't like what they said or indeed, did, you all know how much I love hearing from the bad guys! I find these reviews the hardest to write, the three star ones that leave me feeling kinda meh about a book. And I'm sorry this is short. Because everyone gets a say, and because I DID finish it (it was touch and go for a while!) 3 stars **same worded review will appear on Goodread, Booklikes, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com, and Barnes and Noble**