Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Review of Touch Me by Tamara Hogan
An Underbelly Chronicles Novella
Mere hours after human technology whiz Bailey Brown learns the truth about her Sebastiani Security co-workers—they're all vampires, incubi, succubi, sirens, faeries, Valkyrie, and werewolves!—she’s thrown into an undercover operation protecting a siren singer at Underbelly, one of Minneapolis’s
Because only his touch will do...
premier nightclubs. With pheromones saturating the air like sweet chloroform, starving for touch, and her inhibitions fading fast, Bailey has to avoid Rafe Sebastiani, her boss’s gorgeous sex demon of a brother, at all costs…
Touch Me by Tamara Hogan is an accompanying novella to the popular Underbelly Chronicles. I loved that this story featured so many different supernatural beings. This story has a clear beginning, middle, and end. The chemistry between Bailey and Rafe was positively sizzling. I found all of the characters very likable and I am looking forward to reading the next story in this wonderful series.
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