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    I Was "Compelled" To Like This

    Miss Elspeth Ramsay, a skeptical bluestocking, and spinster, is hired by the daughter of a viscount. Her task is to prove that vampires exist in the world, specifically in the persona of Mr. Mártainn Macane who is sinfully handsome. Elspeth doesn’t believe they exist, but women, both young and old, have heart palpitations when Mr. Macane enters a room. I loved how I was drawn into the story at the beginning with all the descriptive phrases the author used. “A giddy countess lost her equilibrium when she could not keep her eyes from him. Without facing her, the alleged vampire righted the countess with a mere touch of his palm against the small of her back. She fainted into her husband’s arms.” I had to chuckle at this and thought, what a spoof this book is going to be. Ellie was surprised at the unusual connection she felt at her first sight of him but was determined to prove he was a rake, not a vampire, as she had “no intention of being nibbled upon” and “everything has an explanation.” I loved Ellie’s character. She was and wasn’t a typical bluestocking. She is independent, thinks like a scientist, yet is an innocent who lives with a very protective mother. I enjoyed reading this book. The main characters’ interactions were delightful with lovely chemistry between the two. There is a lot that unfolds in the story, especially long-held secrets. I greatly appreciate receiving an ARC and offer this review based upon my own opinions.
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    Loved It!

    Cain is a vampire and a hunter. Aggie is a vampire who married a human (a no-no) ran away two hundred years ago, and has kept running. Cain is hunting her. So far, she has been able to elude him. He may have finally found her. Ellie Ramsey is Aggie’s daughter. She is a bluestocking and doesn’t believe in the paranormal, including vampires. She is hired to prove Cain is a vampire. When they meet, he is attracted and thirsty. He intends to bite Ellie and take a sip, and, boy, does she surprise him. It seems Elspeth Ramsey has secrets even she doesn’t know about. This is an awesome vampire romance that has mystery, humor, surprises, and secrets galore. The characters a fun and likeable. It may not have been what she had in mind, but Lady Lydia brings our hero and heroine together. Cain’s puppy is adorable. The end was a bit of a surprise, but I liked it. I enjoyed and recommend this short entertaining story. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

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