Nearly one hundred years after their last dance together, Eva’s long-lost love Edward makes contact again. Eva, now a lonely vampire, can’t resist falling into his arms and under his erotic spell. She’ll do anything he asks of her…
Until the spell is rudely interrupted by Ryan, a demon hunter on the trail of an incubus. He seduces Eva with a searing night of dance and passion—and attempts to avert the disaster that hovers over the delicate, beguiling creature.
This will be a short review for this short story. There isn’t much I can tell you about the story itself that isn’t covered in the blurb, without venturing into spoiler territory. So I’ll just stick with my feeling’s about Eva’s Last Dance.
This post could be titled “The book that proved me wrong.” I’ll be honest, I wasn’t expecting to enjoy this book as much as I did, for a couple of reasons. One, it involves a vampire and I’m on vampire burn-out. I was expecting your standard misunderstood blood sucker. I was wrong. Teal Ceagh has created a heroine that I can relate to and a hero that completely gets her. The connection between Eva and Ryan is there from the very beginning and just grows stronger as the story progresses. Two, it’s a short story. Typically with a short story, I am left wanting. There is either sex with little emotion, or some emotion and no hot sex. Once again, I was wrong. There is plenty of steam-up-my-glasses sex, but there is also a fantastic story that tugs at the heart-strings. And at no point did I feel the story was rushed.
I truly enjoyed this book. If you are looking for a hot and sweet paranormal, this is the way to go.