Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Possessing the Night by Ann Jacobs

Title: Possessing the Night
Series: Hunting the Dark Lord, 5
Author: Ann Jacobs
Publisher: Beyond the Page Publishing
Genre: MMf, Paranormal
Pages: 61
Reviewer: Redz










Publisher's Blurb
Chad Lalanne is a powerful and loving dom to the submissive Katie, devoted to discovering new ways to bring her to the heights of pleasure. Together, they thought they had formed an unbreakable bond, until the day Katie was attacked by a vicious vampire and Chad was powerless to stop it.
Now Chad knows he needs more than just sexual dominance to keep Katie safe. He’ll need another, stronger vampire. Someone who can nourish and protect her. That’s when the two meet Philippe d’Argent, a damaged and grieving vampire whose powerful sexual appetites are slowly stirring back to life after a long period of mourning.
As they explore the growing erotic possibilities of a dom human with two submissive vampires, each new passionate encounter forges an intensely sensual and loving connection between them. Soon they all must decide if the dominant Chad can surrender to his two submissives and be turned to a creature of the night, in the ultimate sacrifice to form a loving relationship that will heal them all for all eternity.
This is a fully revised edition of the story “Eternal Triangle,” first told in Forbidden Fantasies.
Review










Possessing the Night by author Ann Jacobs is the fifth book in the Hunting the Dark Lord series. I have not read the other books in this series, I feel this story could be a stand alone. I liked that, means you can come in at anytime and not be lost.
Chad is a human, and his is the Master of Katie. Katie is a vampire who was turned after being attacked. Katie needs blood. Since she cannot get it from Chad she has to go to clubs alone and get it. Chad has decided it would be in Katie's best interest to bring in a vampire submissive to their relationship. Philippe is a damage grieving vampire, but he is strong. He wants a dominate to control him. I loved how Katie and Chad save Philippe. He was just existing before he got into the menage with them. So not only Katie gets something out of this. I also loved how this one ended for Chad. Having had a taste of this series I would love to go back and see the books I missed. This particular story had angst, and a ton of love. Ms Jacobs does a great job bringing a true connection to her characters and making me want more of them in the future. 

                         Four Twinkling Stars

 

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