Genre: Supernatural, Romance
Quincie Morris has never felt more alone. Her hybrid-werewolf first love threatens to embark on a rite of passage that will separate them forever. And just as she and her uncle are about to debut Austin’s red hot vampire-themed restaurant, a brutal murder leaves them scrambling for a chef.
Can Quincie transform the new hire into a culinary dark lord before opening night? Will Henry Johnson be able to wow the crowd in fake fangs, a cheap cape, and red contact lenses? Or is there more to this earnest fresh face than meets the eye?
As human and preternatural forces clash, a deadly love triangle forms and the line between predator and prey begins to blur. Who’s playing whom? And how long can Quincie play along before she loses everything?
I found this book in the library while I was looking for some good summer reads. I am a huge fan of tragic love stories and romance in general so the first sentence from the description of the book caught my eye. This book however did not deliver. I found this book extremely predictable and not at all the way I pictured it to be. I did not enjoy this book but, I finished reading it because I promised myself I would always fit a book unless it was truly horrible. This book wasn't that horrible but it wasn't the plot I expected and I was really disappointed. With all the books I love or simply enjoy just a little bit, I can remember the plot of months, and/or years. But for this book I don't even remember the ending, and yes, I read the whole thing. Anyway, pick this book up if you want but I'm going to be honest and say that I did not enjoy it because it simply wasn't my type of book.