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Cassandra Hall meets her new lover at a Greenwich Village poetry reading -- and sex with him is like nothing she's ever experienced. But Cassandra's new man has a secret he wants her to share: he's a vampire. And soon Cassandra descends into a deeper realm of exotic thirst and unspeakable passion, where she must confront the dark side of her own sensuality...and where a beCassandra Hall meets her new lover at a Greenwich Village poetry reading -- and sex with him is like nothing she's ever experienced. But Cassandra's new man has a secret he wants her to share: he's a vampire. And soon Cassandra descends into a deeper realm of exotic thirst and unspeakable passion, where she must confront the dark side of her own sensuality...and where a beautiful rival threatens her earthly soul....

Title : Thirst
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ISBN : 9780786010912
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 480 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Thirst Reviews

  • Laura Ruetz
    2018-11-22 08:50

    Thirst is a book about vampires, sex and blood. There is no bones about it. However, if you are looking for something that reads like erotic fiction, this isn't it. While it might start off that way, it quickly turns into a bloody S & M sadistic romp. The story is told both in present day and flashbacks, and it works well. It is written well, and you can track the progression of the character as we learn about her past and how she got to where she is today. The ending felt rushed though but overall, if you are looking for a decent vampire novel, this fits the bill.

  • Angela Wade
    2018-11-12 04:47

    A cross between horror, paranormal romance, and a history lesson. Too much purple prose, and I never believed the word "love" between the two main characters, but there is something engrossing about this book that I fell into. Wish this author was still active!

  • Robin
    2018-12-08 07:27

    Very graphic. Almost like...if Twilight and 50 Shades Of Grey weren't such shite...and if the hypothetically better versions of them had a baby. But it was still way better than either of them? It was ok. I'll pass it on to a young friend who should enjoy it much more than my 3 stars.