Bleed For Me (A Vampire Romance Novella)

Bleed For Me (A Vampire Romance Novella)

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by Cynthia Eden
     
 
The Greek gods are alive and well. But, unfortunately for the gods, the humans have all but forgotten their glorious existence…and this fact really pisses off the all-powerful, immortal beings.

Apollo, the Greek god of the sun, takes one look at the mysterious Terese Lafitte and knows that he wants her. Even in this modern century, a god takes what he wants

Overview

The Greek gods are alive and well. But, unfortunately for the gods, the humans have all but forgotten their glorious existence…and this fact really pisses off the all-powerful, immortal beings.

Apollo, the Greek god of the sun, takes one look at the mysterious Terese Lafitte and knows that he wants her. Even in this modern century, a god takes what he wants. But Terese isn’t a mortal, not any longer. As a newly turned vampire, her attraction to Apollo is downright lethal because desire arouses not just her body, but also her bloodlust.

But Apollo likes a woman with bite, and now that he’s found Terese, he’s not about to let the little vampiress out of his sight or out of his bed. When Terese’s psychotic vampire ex begins to stalk them, Apollo knows that he will have to use all of his strength to keep her safe. Lucky for Terese, Apollo has more power than she could ever have imagined.

When you trifle with the sun god, you will get burned.

Word Count: 20,000

Warning: This story contains hot sex, a desperate vampire, and one alpha Greek god. Adult language included--and beware of the monsters.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014963046
Publisher:
Cynthia Eden
Publication date:
08/05/2012
Series:
Loved By Gods
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
85,454
File size:
249 KB

Meet the Author

Cynthia Eden is a national best-selling author of paranormal romance and romantic suspense novels. Her books have received starred reviews from Publishers Weekly, and her novel, DEADLY FEAR, was named a RITA® finalist for best romantic suspense. More information about Cynthia Eden may be found at www.cynthiaeden.com.

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Bleed For Me 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 51 reviews.
AngelaCarr More than 1 year ago
I love Ms. Eden’s Angel series, and when I saw a friend reading this on Goodreads, I could not resist. Ms. Eden did a great job with this Greek-God-finally-meet-his-mate story. Terese Lafitte, a newly turned vamp was in need to feed and wouldn’t you know it, she meets the Sun God, Apollo. And in most books I’ve read including this one, Apollo is portrayed bored and in search of a woman who will leave him enthralled. Terese did just that and brought him to his knees. But Ms. Eden did not make it easy on Apollo; she gives him an obsessive, powerful vampire as a hurdle and makes Apollo work hard to get his Happy-Ever-After (HEA). It’s a cute short story. The characters and world building are good. You get a good gist of what is going on and you get a good amount of history of Apollo and his fam bam. We get to see a bit of Ares, Artemis and Poseidon, which is a great opening if Ms. Eden decides to write about them. My only complaint, and I always feel this way with short stories, is that there wasn’t enough time for the romance. It felt like it was a wham bam thank you ma’am and then you get the HEA. I would love to see more of this world and definitely would like to see more pages in these books. Ms. Eden is great writer and I recommend this short for a light quick read as well as her The Fallen series which is one of may faves.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Short but still very good. Highly recommend it :)
Hfowler 5 months ago
Super short read about the sun god Apollo and a vampire named Terese. Real fast romance; they fell hard for each other in hours! But I did enjoy it. It is the only one in what I think was supposed to be a series, and I would have liked to have seen what Eden would have done with the other gods and goddesses. If you want something that will only take you a few hours to half a day, then this is an enjoyable read. The antagonist was a typical stalker type who was obsessed with Terese and Apollo had all of the cockiness you expect from a Greek god board with his existence.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book wasn't long but a great read, new to me that a vampire would be with a god it was a fun read
AVoraciousReadr More than 1 year ago
A vampire walks into a sun god's bar... *Book source ~ Purchased on Amazon Terese Lafitte has a big problem. She needs to feed and now. Unfortunately, the bar she walks into has a big oaf bugging her. He may be a handsome big oaf with plenty of sex appeal, but since she’s a newbie vampire with very little bonus points such as strength and mesmerizing humans, she needs to feed on a puny guy she can overpower. But Apollo won’t leave her alone. Desperate to feed she decides he’s big and strong enough that he won’t be affected by her taking a bit of blood and since he seems to be horny for her, well, a bit of nookie won’t be so bad either. They both get way more than they expected though. Ah, I haven’t read a terrible Cynthia Eden book yet. I can count on them to have unique paranormal elements, steamy sex scenes, humor and some peril to overcome. I love being entertained and this short story delivers. Written in 2012 I’m wondering when there will be more in this series. I would certainly love to read the stories for Ares, Artemis and Poseidon since they were introduced in this tale. 
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I wanted more out of this story but over all, it is another must read by Cynthia Eden.
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Unlike the last comment, everyone ifs titled to their own opinions. All the books I have phased from Cynthia Eden, this book does delivers like all the rest. I enjoy she threw a little twist into the book. A vampiress in the with a sun god, I personally think no other god would match better for her. The sun which she misses so much is given back to because of who Apollo is. It is funny, sweet, & oh so sexy. It is specially funny when Apollo makes old references in forms of jokes to himself. Kitsune
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I could only give this romance three stars. If apollo had been any other kind of supernatural it would have worked for me. But a god was just too much. Not up to par with edens other paranormal romances. Phyl p
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The book was more sex than story but depending on your mood that may not be a bad thing.
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