Fury Calls (Silhouette Nocturne Series #60)

Fury Calls (Silhouette Nocturne Series #60)

by Caridad Piñeiro
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Fury Calls (Silhouette Nocturne Series #60) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
The Manhattan vampire community is stunned when a couple in bloodlust apparently killed each other in Otro Mundo restaurant in Soho. Blake Reynolds investigates their deaths with the reluctant help of vampiric chef Meghan Thomas who works there. She hates Blake for converting her three years, elven months and ten days ago; but who is counting? Blake and Meghan are.

A loner for a century and a half, Blake loves Meghan but knows he can survive without her for another 150 years. Still he hopes to earn her respect and regard as he has vowed to be more considerate towards lesser species ever since he over indulged with her. His goal is to win her love. However, though attracted to him, she doubts her sire is a one blood woman man even as a serial vampire killer stalks the underground undead of New York.

This excellent vampire romantic suspense stars two vamps in love, but from the first their relationship seems stuck in negativity in spite of the BLOOD CALLS to them. Blake and Meghan are fabulous protagonists who must learn trust if their love is to have meaning and if they are to survive the serial slayer stalker. As always with the ¿Calling¿ saga, Caridad Pineiro provides a strong erotic romance filled with plenty of action on the streets of Manhattan and deep characters.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really like this book. Its in my top 3 out of the silhouette nocturne books i have read. I love Blakes character he seems sweet despite the fact he has flaws. I actually found myself getting a little emotional in this one which is weird cuz books usually dont do that to me. Anyways i highly recommend this book!
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