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Vampire Book - Review of The Vampire and the Virgin by Kerrelyn Sparks

Vampire romance books are all the rage in today's reading market.
Ever since the book Twilight by Stephenie Meyer was introduced (and the subsequent sequels, New Moon, Eclipse and Breaking Dawn) and then made into a hit movie, the vampire book market has skyrocketed into new heights.
Vampire books like Dracula and many of the Anne Rice vampire books have become popular again.
Vampires have evolved from monsters into heroes and love interests.
New to the typical romance book reader, the vampire book genre has filled a niche that was lacking, adding a touch of danger from the vampire perspective to heighten the sexual appeal found in other romance books.
Kerrelyn Sparks has written several vampire books like "The Undead Next Door", "Be Still My Vampire Heart", "Vamps and the City" and "How to Marry a Millionaire Vamp" as well as other general romance book works.
All of Kerrelyn Sparks vampire romance books are worth a read if you are a vampire book lover.
She has been on the New York best sellers list and has proved herself to be a real contender in the romance book market.
Here is the review of a great vampire book, "The Vampire and the Virgin" by Kerrelyn Sparks.
Synopsis: Olivia Sotiris, an FBI psychologist, is running away from a deadly mass murderer who sends her apples to prove he can get at her.
While in Greece visiting her grandmother, Olivia is entranced by a fabulous man jogging on the beach.
From the first the attraction between Olivia and Robby is instant and deep.
Olivia doesn't know however, that Robby is a vampire.
Robby has been sent away to cool down after he was kidnapped and tortured by a group of Malcontents.
All Robby can think about is revenge, that is until he sees Olivia.
Robby and Olivia have an intense relationship from the start, but when Olivia receives apples again, she runs away, even believing that Robby may be the one sending the fruit.
Find out if this mortal virgin and this seasoned Scottish vampire warrior resolve their differences and find love together.
Review: Vampire romance book writer Kerrelyn Sparks creates a wonderful new vampire romance novel in The Vampire and the Virgin.
As the main character, Robby is extremely likable with his Scottish brogue and his fiery temper.
Kerrelyn Sparks is a master at creating exciting, believable characters.
The reader can just feel how handsome, attractive and sexy Robby is.
And Olivia's character of a strong woman is equally believable.
The story of this vampire romance book weaves an in-again/out-again romance with an intelligent mystery that entices the reader to read more with each page they turn.
If you like reading about steamy vampire love stories, you'll love the racy love scenes in this book.
Sexy, touching and delightful, this vampire book is a must read! Kerrelyn Sparks is a New York Times bestselling author and this book proves why.

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