Sunday, February 27, 2011

Taste Me by Tamara Hogan

Too erotic for me, but still a fun read.

He wants her so badly he can taste it- Ever since their tempestuous fling years ago, incubus Lukas Sebastiani has known that siren Scarlett Fontaine was meant to be his.  But when you're a sex demon with an insatiable desire, relationships are way more than complicated.

Her siren song brings men to their knees- Rock star Scarlett Fontaine is in desperate need of a break after a grueling tour.  But with murder and mayhem surrounding her band, and the one man she never thought to see again put to the task of protecting her, life is going to be anything but peaceful.

With danger everywhere, and their feelings for each other in turmoil, Scarlett and Lukas may be destroyed by deceit and mistrust if they don't find their way back into each other's arms.

That explains the main part of the book in a nutshell.  Honestly, I didn't care at all about Lukas and Scarlett's relationship, or lack of.  As characters, they're interesting and likable.  For their part of the story, I felt like I was reading an erotic Harlequin though.  There really isn't a strong enough reason for them to have not been together in the first place.  To me, they were both being idiots, placing them in their own predicament in the first place.

What grabbed me and kept me in this book was the back story.  Someone is attacking high council members.  We know who's doing it, but the characters in the book don't.  It's fun to watch them trying to catch up with the information we've been given from the beginning.

This is a great, quick read for those of you who love the sex scenes.  For those of you who don't, if you can overlook it, it's an inviting mystery where you get to be the passenger and take in the story.

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