Thursday, November 5, 2015

S.E.X. Review~ Don't Drink the Holy Water by Bailey Bradford

Being left for dead sure has a way of changing a man.
All West wanted was one night of fun. He’d taken on the responsibility of raising his younger siblings after their parents died, had done so out of love, but he was a young man and he just wanted a chance to live like one for a few hours.
It almost cost him his life. It certainly meant his life was changed forever, and along with his life, the lives of his siblings. They were all exposed to a secret world they’d never known existed. Vampires.
Human children living alongside vampires…seemed unusual. Claude, the coven leader who saved West and his brothers and sisters, doesn’t have accommodations for kids. He finds one coven in the country that does, and sets about making a home there for West and his family. Before he sends West away, West meets an intriguing man, Axel, whom he encounters again months later. The attraction between them is strong, but there is more to consider than just how sexy Axel is.
Nothing in life is easy, whether you’re a vampire or a human.
Reader Advisory: This book contains references to sexual assault and violence.
Publisher's Note: This book has previously been released on the author's blog.
Axel and West are my new favorite couple from Bailey Bradford’s series The Vamp For Me. Don’t Drink the Holy Water tells the story of West, sired by Claude in Sunshine is Overrated. West must come to terms with being a vampire, raising his human siblings and adjusting to life in his new coven.

Axel was a professional sandboarder and thinks he’s losing it when he’s catapulted into the midst of death-seeking zombies and a batty man who he falls head over heal with.

As far as the books in the series, Don’t Drink the Holy Water was the most romantic and sensual with immediate gratification of likeable characters. Both Axel and West are caring, loving men looking for a lifetime commitment of more than just donor/vampire but of life-long mates and husbands. This book is chockfull of sex appeal and sensual undertakings. Ms. Bradford’s characterization of the shy West was endearing as he came to terms with not only his new life as a vampire, but his sexual inexperiences and the desire to please Axel. The two men created a synergy of exploration of sexual gratification and friendship.

Ms. Bradford hit it out of the park with Don’t Drink the Holy Water~ introduction of new characters, seeing old friends, and new and interesting story lines.
Book provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review

Definite S.E.X.
A five handcuff review

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