FREE BOOK Review: Dark Wine (The Two Vampires #1) by M.D. Bowden (PNR)

Book Blurb



Romantic, compelling and brimming with sexual tension, 'Dark Wine' (Book 1 of THE TWO VAMPIRES series) by M.D. BOWDEN will imprint on your mind and leave you with a thirst for more.

Sarah lives in a small Canadian town with her two daughters. When her husband disappears the same night she meets a beautiful and charismatic man her world is thrown into turmoil. What has happened to Jo? Who is this sexy mysterious man? As Sarah tries to answer these questions her life takes a dangerous turn...


Toot's Review by Stacy Sabala

Jo is leaving to have dinner with his sister. He steps outside of his front door and sees a light, feels pain in his neck. The next things he knows he is waking up on the living room floor. He is confused as to why he is on the floor. He remembers what happened and thinks he was attacked by a vampire. Then he dismisses that thought. He decides to continue on to his sister’s house. On his way he stops before the bridge in the woods where he is attacked again by the vampire. Sebastian decides to turn Jo. He is bored and wants to see how Jo handles his new life, creating some chaos in the process.

Jo’s wife, Sarah, is staying at her parents with the kids. She meets a man that works with her father and is instantly drawn to Daniel. He makes her nervous and excited at the same time. Then her guilt sets in when she thinks of Jo.

The next day when she hasn’t heard from Jo, she starts to get angry and worried. No one has heard or seen him. Daniel shows up on her doorstep offering to help look for Jo. Sarah and Daniel look in the local bars and find nothing. Unbeknown to them Sebastian finds them and watches them. He develops a plan to entertain himself and test Jo’s ability.

Later Sarah has an instant desire to go into the woods. Daniel worries that they are being led there by Sebastian. He has been following his sire for thirty years. He knows what Sebastian likes to do. However he is also drawn to Sarah. He is tired of chasing Sebastian and knows it is time to end this now. Unfortunately Sarah gets pulled into Sebastian’s games.

This book was an okay story for me. I felt for Sarah and her issues with her marriage. I think it was really too short to dive into a good relationship between Daniel and Sarah. I know it is book one in a series. It didn’t grab me like I was hoping. Honestly I could take it or leave it. I’m not rushing to check out the next book.

I read the book in one sitting and it held my interest to continue reading, but didn’t leave a lasting impression. I would suggest reading it if you like vampire short stories. If you are looking for something hot and enticing you might want to look elsewhere. I give this book a 3 out of 5.

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