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Blood Slave

The Nightlife Series
Narrated by: Johanna Fairview
Series: The Nightlife, Book 7
Length: 7 hrs and 2 mins
4 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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From the ghettos of Spanish Harlem to a Manhattan penthouse, follow Hope's dark, sensual saga. Owned by Colombian Cartel and then kidnapped into service by vampire Enrique, Hope escapes one form of enslavement for another. Her mother named her Esperanza Salvación - Hope for Salvation. But when a girl works as an escort for cartel in the ghettos of Spanish Harlem, there wasn't much hope, or salvation.

Hope's telepathic ability keeps her a step ahead of ruin, but her unusual gift attracts the attention of a psychotic vampire bitch. Trapped in a Manhattan penthouse with the psycho, her survival lies in the hands of vampire Enrique. He seems to respect her, perhaps even care. As a measure of protection, he makes her his personal blood slave. Helplessly addicted to his bite, Enrique rules her every moment. As always, Hope must adapt to survive.

She trades one master for another, enslaved in the decadent vampire nightlife of Manhattan's elite. All she's ever wanted was someone to love and a place to call home. Instead she shares a relationship of convenience with her new master, nothing more than a concubine desperate to satisfy his nightly demands for blood and sex.

And forever in the background is the fear that one day the cartel boss she abandoned will hunt her down to collect on old debts.

Blood Slave is a standalone novel, part of a larger series of spicy, gritty, vampire romance novels.

©2016 Travis Luedke (P)2016 Travis Luedke

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Smirkiness wasn't very bad in this one. I liked the alternative viewpoint here. It was refreshing to get to know a vampire that better fit the classic style, and to learn more about the possibilities of the venom. What we had learned about it from the main story in the series was tainted with bias from Michelle (not in this book). We get a sense of a greater history with an older vampire of different background. Very good.