The motto of the vampires is that humans have to deal with problems on their own. But when Levka and his friends risk all to save human girls, he is injured and so the adventure begins. A cruise. A human girl who is terrified of water. And a vampire who has targeted her for his mate. But she has some secrets of her own.
Forced to take a cruise ship to babysit her foster sister, Caitlin has to face her own demons. But add to that her foster sister's and her friend's antics and Caitlin's inability to use her witch's magic over water and she has little hope to enjoy this trip. Until she meets a wheelchair-bound teen and wants to make friends with him in the worst way.
Levka and his friends make a hasty retreat from Dallas before the vampire elders stake them for getting involved in human affairs--again. But when he meets Caitlin on the cruise ship, hating that he's so weak after being injured so severely that he has to use a wheelchair, he finds their troubles have just begun.
©2012 Terry Spear (P)2013 Terry Spear
Yes. I've listened to this twice so far.
The most memorable moment was when Caitlin was almost thrown from the balcony of her state room. For some reason, I've always feared that would happen to me.
I loved when Caitlin made her sister fall.
I laughed at the funny parts and swooned at other parts.
This book was so much fun. It's spring break and four vampires decide to sole away on a cruise ship to hide out from their council. But the cruise ship is carrying a bunch of mischievous spoiled high school students, villainous vampires, and a witch. All the characters were entertaining. This Romance has plenty of action that will keep you up all night and you won't want to put it down.
I listened to it in audio version and loved the narrator.
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