Blood Fire by Sharon Page

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Innocence Lost

It was a night of exquisite rapture that changed Lady Octavia Grenville's life forever. Not only did she long for sexual pleasure--but as a succubus she needed it to survive. Now she is intent upon learning to control her powers and searching for the child she was forced to give up, a quest that takes her into the arms of the rake who ruined her. . .

Passion Found

Matthew, the Earl of Sutcliffe, is not the man Octavia once knew. He is now a vampire, but one doomed to die in a fortnight unless he can win a woman's love. The only one he desires is Octavia, but she wants him merely as a sexual plaything, a source of erotic delight. Somehow he must expose his own heart in order to find hers. . .

Praise for the Novels of Sharon Page

"Scorching love scenes to make you sweat and an intriguing plot to hold it all together." --Hannah Howell, New York Times bestselling author

"Wickedly sensual and exquisitely drawn. Historical erotic romance doesn't get any better than this." --Kate Douglas, author of Wolf Tales



About Sharon Page

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A writer, wife, and a mother of two, Sharon Page holds an industrial design degree and also manages a scientific research and development program. She finds writing tales of sexy Regency rakes and seductive vampires is the perfect escape from her technical world.
Published October 30, 2012 by Kensington Books. 352 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a book that only takes a couple hours to finish, but that is packed full of insight, beautiful descriptions and a good story.ProsA well written, simple storyA scandal/mystery keeps the pages turningProvides a glimpse into French village life pre-WWIICon...

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