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    Lexi and Gavin

    This is a wonderful quick read. I enjoyed seeing how Lexi and Gavin had to overcome each their own struggle to be together. It's a sweet yet sensual love story.
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    Good Story

    The tarot card reader, Danae, laid out the cards and both she and Lexi Dixon stared at the death card. With her having a cancerous tumor, that made sense. Then she began to interpret the meaning of the cards. Her friend, Miranda, gave her encouragement. She would beat her cancer, there would be a way to get the money she needed for treatment. At the end of the reading, Danae talked to her about the Blood Courtesans who service vampires. They paid quite a sum of money and it might be what she needed. Before they left, she asked Lexi to draw one final “clarification” card. Lexi had been given three vampire names to choose from. She talked to other courtesans and they recommended avoiding Gavin Morris. He paid well but had a scary vibe. Now she was being driven to his mansion to meet him. The room she entered was not brightly lighted. Gavin stood, a tall 6’5”, and wore a silver mask covering one side of his face. He reminded her of the 5th tarot card she had drawn, the King of Swords. Lexi spotted a violin and walked to it, noting it was a real Stradivarius. As she reached out and touched the strings, he lunged at her and pushed her against the wall. He didn’t hurt her, but he told her never to touch the Stradivarius. When he moved his mouth to her neck and bit, she cringed at the sharp pain. He didn’t drink from her because of her reaction. Instead he accused her of lying about being with only one man and she stood up to him and slapped his face. He told her to leave, but as she opened the door, he asked her to come back in a week and he would double the payment. She was angry at him, but they both knew she needed the money. He was surprised at her courage; and she saw his sadness and gentleness under the gruff manners he displayed to the world. Would she come back? Or would she move on to one of the other vampires available to her? What was it about him that drew her attention? I love the Blood Courtesan series of books, and this one was a fine addition! The story was extremely sensual as the author presented an environment that let the reader actually feel the emotions surrounding them. You didn’t have to think about the words – just feel what was happening. It was beautifully done and a joy to read. Don’t pass this one by. It really is a good story with memorable characters. I highly recommend this one.
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    Great Read

    Lexi goes to a tarot card reading and pulls the death card. She is not surprised by this considering she has been diagnosed with a cancerous tumor. Miranda her friend gives her encouragement telling her she will get the money for treatment and beat the cancer. Danae the tarot card reader tells her about the Blood Courtesans where she can make a good sum of money providing a service for vampires. This was a fantastic read. The storyline was unique and the characters were well developed. Lexi and Gavin were great together and had a lot to overcome before they reached their HEA. I voluntarily received an advanced arc copy through Booksprout for an honest review.
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    Concealed

    Concealed: Lexi is a story from the Blood Courtesan world, a series of standalones by different authors. This one has been written by Rosalie Redd, and an amazing job she has done with it too. Lexi and Gavin's story is a Beauty and the Beast tale, with a vampirical twist. Not only are there vampires and courtesans in this story, but this vampire can also get sick. Sickness not crossing over to vampires is purely a myth. 😉 Gavin has his issues, Lexi has hers. You hope they will end up together, but the fun part is seeing just how they do. This is a fast paced long-novella, with plenty of back history given at the right times - no info-dump here. The characters are nicely rounded out, and the situations believable. Going along with my experience of Rosalie Redd, there were no editing or grammatical errors in this story that disrupted my reading flow. For the romantic, for those who love a good vampire story, I can highly recommend this! * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
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