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And yet she can’t shake the nagging feeling that saying yes to this man could lead to much more than she bargained for. Not to mention that the gig ...
And yet she can’t shake the nagging feeling that saying yes to this man could lead to much more than she bargained for. Not to mention that the gig isn’t even in Los Angeles — it’s at the Romanescu’s isolated estate in Transylvania, the land of Dracula and Vlad the Impaler. But creepy bloodsuckers will be the least of her worries if her bank account balance drops any lower. And so Gwen says yes: yes to the job, yes to a European excursion…and yes to a summer that will change her life forever.
Posted June 23, 2014
I love it when a book surprises me. Prior to this book I'd read one other by Beth Orsoff and liked it. I wasn't blown away by it but when I saw the location and premise of this book I was definitely intrigued. I really wanted to know what was causing Gwen's dreams. I also wanted to know what the hunky Alexander was hiding, cause of course he's not helping her out of the goodness of his heart is he? Isabella his daughter is adorable.
I was enamored with the whole locale and history of the area. I even liked Gwen and Alexander for the most part. I was surprised by the twist and by Gwen's strong reaction to it. The ending was another total surprise. If you decide to pick up this book remember it's not your typical chick lit/women's fiction/romance. Even though it's a little bit of everything, on the whole, it's a great story and unique. I couldn't put it down. I haven't read the second book yet but hope to soon. I'm going to enjoy seeing Isabella, Gwen, and Alexander again and finding out where their story goes from here.