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Monday, November 23, 2009

202) Beth’s Acceptance by Teal Ceagh

Beth Siegel has been getting all hot over the mysterious guy who is hanging out in the library. Luke is blue-eyed, tall and gorgeous enough to keep her fantasies running wild when she is working all evening in McGinty's bar so she can pay the rent. Especially since her favourite customer Zachariah stopped coming in the bar. He drove her crazy as he flirted with her for weeks and then he was gone.

Then fate hands Beth a shocking destiny. Luke and Zach are not what they seem and the whole world as Beth knows it isn't really as safe from the paranormal as she had come to believe. Will she bond with both Luke and Zach? Can she really make those fantasies really and accept the price the bond will ask of her?

Beth's acceptance is just the right read to heat you up on a cold Winters night! The heat radiates from the story from start to finish and the bits in between come close to bringing the reader to melt down in delight. I am not a huge fan of erotic stories but this one really got my pulse going and the storyline kept me intrigued enough to read till the end.

The paranormal elements were well thought out and I am interested to see what happens in the next two books in this series. Luckily I have them waiting for me and I am already feeling the pull to check out the sequel Mia’s Return.

The Destiny’s Trinities are technically only novella's with their size of 100 pages but with the vampires and other creatures filling the pages who cares? These are just the right size to curl up with when you need a little time alone and a little excitement.


Andrea I said...


Thanks for the review.

Abigail said...

Just wanted to let you know I gave you award on my blog


Patricia Altner said...

Brilliant review, Amber

For me describing erotica without getting too descriptive is so difficult. You did it just right!

Unknown said...

You are right Patricia! It isn't easy reviewing erotica ;)

Thank you for the kind words!

Anonymous said...

I really enjoyed the interview. Beth's Acceptance has just jumped to the top of my To Be Read list!