Dimitri Arsov, the last remaining pure vampire, was thought to be dead for the past four hundreds years. Now, he is back and has a score to settle with the traitor that had tried to kill him centuries ago. But as he waits for his prey to blindly step into his carefully laid trap, his overwhelming hunger for blood is triggered when he saves a beautiful art historian.
Kerstyn Ingmar’s life was normal and straight up boring until the night she is rescued by the dangerously sexy, powerfully mesmerizing, Dimitri. Unable to resist his diamond blue eyes and intense kisses, she is drawn into his world of darkness and closer to her impending doom.
While their desire consumes them, Dimitri is haunted by images of a bloody and deadly future. As his enemies draw near, he must find a way to save his mate from her destiny before fate destroys them both.
I read book #1 in the series, Caressed by Moonlight, back in May of last year (see my review here) and I was curious to see if the story would continue on with Dorian and Victoria. Amanda did go in another direction with the series. Book #2, Caressed by Night, is about Dimitri and another big difference is that it is also set in modern times where the first book was historical.
Caressed by Night has sexy and powerful vampires, curses, witches, and love...all with a bit of action thrown in the mix. Dimitri, after geniously faking his own death, knows it's now time to reclaim what belongs to him. He appears to a trusted friend and then sets his plan into motion. Will he defeat his nemisis or will he himself be defeated?
Kerstyn meets a beautiful, blue eyed man when he saves her from danger. She has no idea of the bumpy road that Fate has put in front of her. Is she strong enough to survive in this new and dangerous world?
I enjoyed this book as much as the first. I also think it's fun trying to guess who will be the main character in the next installment in the series.
Just a little word of warning, this book contains some spicy scenes. So I'll say the same thing I did with the first book, if you don't like that kind of thing then you may not want to read this but you'll be missing out on a good book.
I received a review copy of this book, but that in no way effected my review.
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