Wednesday, June 26, 2013

[Archive] LITERAL ADDICTION's Review of Wicked in Moonlight from Darkest Desire of the Vampire

Rhyannon Byrd is an avid, longtime fan of romance and the national bestselling author of more than twenty paranormal and erotic titles. She has been nominated for three Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Awards, including best Shape-shifter Romance, and her books have been translated into nine languages. After having spent years enjoying the glorious sunshine of the American South and Southwest, Rhyannon now lives in the beautiful, but often chilly county of Warwickshire in England with her husband and family. For more information on Rhyannon’s books and the latest news, you can visit her website at or find her on Facebook

Wicked in Moonlight, part of the Darkest Desire of the Vampire anthology
by Rhyannon Byrd

When Lainey Maxwell is attacked by werewolves while on vacation, vampire Nick Santos;a hard-edged, mysterious stranger;saves her, and gets bitten in the process. Holed up in a private bunker, Lainey and Nick embrace their most erotic dreams. But the full moon is drawing near—and their time is rapidly running out.

Our Review, by LITERAL ADDIcTION's Pack Alpha - Michelle L. Olson:
*eARC received from the author in exchange for a honest review

I'm a huge fan of Rhyannon Byrd and there are many of her stories that warrant re-reads, but this tale may be the most deserving of all!

Wicked in Moonlight is an amazingly emotional, sexy, action packed read, and the only problem with it was that it wasn't longer. :)

Lainey is my favorite kind of heroine - strong, independent, feisty, and nowhere near perfect (unless you ask her mate). She's a bookshop owner and fiercely loyal to everyone she loves.

Nick is... Yeah. He's an Enforcer Prime, sexy as sin and has a heart of gold. And to make things even more interesting, he's bitten by a werewolf and turns into this amazing hybrid.

Lainey and Nick's story was amazing! Despite the necessary pace of the story given the length of the book, their tale never once felt rushed. I loved every single second, and can only hope that Rhy puts out Val and Seb's stories quickly..

LITERAL ADDICTION gives Wicked in Moonlight a well deserved 5 Skulls.

Wicked in Moonlight

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