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Black Widow [NOOK Book]

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Her touch is heavenly. Her kiss, deadly. To mate with her means certain death.

After a brutal attack by a huge, dog-like creature, Tammy is left clinging to life by a thread. Her last memory is of her rescuer asking her if she wants to live. She awakes to a nightmare, bound in chains, nearly paralyzed by terror—and with a strange sensual creature slinking beneath her skin, screaming with hunger for only two things. Blood. And sex.

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Overview

Her touch is heavenly. Her kiss, deadly. To mate with her means certain death.

After a brutal attack by a huge, dog-like creature, Tammy is left clinging to life by a thread. Her last memory is of her rescuer asking her if she wants to live. She awakes to a nightmare, bound in chains, nearly paralyzed by terror—and with a strange sensual creature slinking beneath her skin, screaming with hunger for only two things. Blood. And sex.

Roark and Marcellus, leaders of the werewolves and vampires, come together to destroy the results of a night gone terribly wrong. As a result of the attack, Tammy has become a hybrid—part wolf and part vampire—and to complicate things, she’s in heat. The transformation has thrown her into a sexual frenzy that makes her a virtual black widow. For the sake of their people, Tammy must die.

Yet they can’t bring themselves to kill her. Instead, Roark and Marcellus find themselves trapped in the femme fatale’s web of seduction. Her touch is heavenly…her kiss, deadly. To complicate things, they discover she is mate to each of them.

Soul-wrenching desire reigns over their struggle for dominance and possession, forging a unique bond between the immortals. Together Roark and Marcellus will fight to save the woman they love from the people they are pledged to protect.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781599988566
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 1/8/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 279
  • Sales rank: 634,940
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Posted September 27, 2010

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    I wanted more Marcellus

    My rating on this book is more like 3.5. It had some good things going for it- steamy sex scenes, a good, conflicting plot going into the politics and superstitions of the werewolves and vampires. The story weighed more on the werewolf end of the menege leaving the vamopire out of a big part of the story, which I found very disappointing. Instead of following the triad, the story mainly seemed to follow 2/3 of the love triangle. I kept hoping the vampire would get equal time, but he never did which led to a resolution that I found disappointing. In my opinion a better compromise could have been struck. It was a good book, although I am not sure I would read it again. The hybrid idea was very interesting, although the vampires greatly resemebled Christine Feehan's Carpathians. Not a bad thing since I like the Carpathians, just not unique. My only real complaint is that I wanted more Marcellus.

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  • Posted November 22, 2008

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    Black Widow by MacKenzie McKade

    Vampires and werewolves and humans, oh my. "Black Widow" by MacKenzie McKade is a smoking hot menage read with the added fillip of paranormal lore. <BR/><BR/>Tammy is a lonely, average, normal human. Until one night she ends up in the wrong place at the wrong time and is attacked. It's not until the next time she wakes, that she learns she was attacked by a werewolf, saved by a vampire, and is now apparently the mate to both of them...and queen, no, let's not forget queen. Like that's not strange enough, she's also a creature of legend. Ok, nightmare legends, but still. She's the Lamia, a deadly creature that requires sex and blood and...isn't that enough?<BR/><BR/>McKade does a grand job with her paranormal menage tale. There's emotional relationship building, not a lot but this IS erotica. There's humor and a little violence and a little bondage and a little, well a little of lots of things that make this a darn good read for erotica fans.

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