With every commitment comes sacrifice
College junior Jill Babineux knows where her priorities lie. Between a full course load, her blood pledge to feed a certain vampire, and all the community service hours she’s got to log with her sisters in Alpha Beta Omega Sorority, the last thing on her mind is finding love, especially with an immortal.
Which works out just fine for Miyoko “Tokyo” Hayashi who’s been so busy enjoying her wild days and even kinkier nights, she’s never had a reason to speak to the tiny know-it-all. But after a random run-in and a few carefully plotted encounters, Miyoko learns that there’s more to the sorority’s least favorite member.
Miyoko never thought she’d actually start to like the girl, let alone love her, but when true evil comes for Jill, Miyoko finds herself willing to do anything to protect her. Anything.
|Publisher:||Bold Strokes Books|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
After years of meddling in her friends’ love lives, Rebekah turned to writing romance as a means to surviving a stressful professional life. She has worked in various positions from library assistant, meter maid, middle school teacher, B movie production assistant, reality show crew chauffeur, D movie producer, and her most fulfilling job to date, lube and harness specialist at an erotic boutique in West Hollywood.
Her interests include Wonder Woman collectibles, cookies, James Taylor, quality hip-hop, football, American muscle cars, large breed dogs, and the ocean. When she's not working, writing, reading, or sleeping, she is watching Ken Burns documentaries and cartoons or taking dance classes. If given the chance, she will cheat at UNO. She was raised in Southern New Hampshire and now lives in Southern California with an individual who is much more tech savvy than she ever will be.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I'd read the other books in this series, and loved them, but this book was harder for me to get into at first. Jill was something of an annoying, goody two-shoes, top scholar type, not even well liked within the sorority. Tokyo was also something of a loner, brusque and impatient. But as the story progressed, I began to see hints that made me fall for both characters, to root for them, and their romance. Disclaimer: I am personally acquainted with the author. The erotic parts are excellent, as always in Rebekah's work. There's also a hint of forbidden love, since Jill is a "feeder," to a vampire other than Tokyo. Since it had been a few years since I'd read the others, it felt almost like reading it as a standalone, and IMO it works that way. The world building is enough without being excessive, and there were new tips and tricks to this vampire world that surprised me, as well as some zigs and zags in how Jill and Miyoko (Tokyo) reached their Happily For Now.
You can't help but fall in love with Jill and Tokyo. I'm going to have to read the rest of this author's books. l