Ever since I finished Alasdair I had been waiting on the edge of my seat for Isadora to either release or for me to receive an ARC, which I am very thankful that I did get one. Isadora picks up right where we left off with Alasdair and the action, the eroticism, the danger, the mystery doesn’t let up not even one bit.
Isadora being held by her past lover not only weakens her but her ancient as well. The relationship she has with Diomêdês is more than ancient and first sired. It is more powerful, it is deeper and if Isadora doesn’t heal Diomêdês perish as well. Could Elias be the third they have been looking for in this particular triad or will he be the destruction of them all? The triad going on with Leo Alasdair and Vasilios is becoming more than what was first planned and more questions than answers are forming. I was completely sucked into this world once again and when I came to the end I need Thanos book immediately because he is going through so much pain that I want to see if he will be able to not only heal but help figure out what is going on.
This series is not just a paranormal romance; it’s not just an erotic one either. What it is, is a combination of both but also so much more. Its darker, at times it’s not pretty, but what it is, is a series that will keep you on the edge of your seat with each book, have you needing to know not only what is in store for the ancients and their first sires but what roles do Leo, Elias and Paris play. I hope those are answers we will get in the next book because I am so curious I have no idea what direction Ms. Frank is going to take us.
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Isadora (Masters Among Monsters #2) by Ella Frank
Copyright © 2016 by Ella FrankJanuary—11 years earlier… ISADORA HURRIED DOWN the stark, white corridor and kept her eyes on the floor. She couldn’t believe how close she’d cut her latest feed. Alasdair would have her hide if he had to bail her out, but it wasn’t her fault. Not really. Not one human had caught her eye in the latest batch of yieldings, and that was saying something considering she wasn’t partial to male or female like her cousins. Ugh, it was a slump. Thanos had warned her that it would eventually happen. She hadn’t believed him, though, and with Diomêdês out of town, her options were limited. She’d been restless lately, which was unlike her, and tonight, she hadn’t been able to wait. The local hospital seemed a smart place to peruse a decent selection. That was until the damn patient had coded. Just my luck, she thought, and when the first doctor had arrived, she’d promptly knocked him out, stolen his lab coat, and shoved him in the bathroom. Then a rush of hospital staff had shown up and she’d had no choice but to leave by foot. That had been…oh, about five minutes ago. While shoving her hands in the deep pockets, she came up to the entry she’d walked through earlier and sighed. All she had to do was get out into the shadows and fade back to the lair without anyone seeing. Alasdair would be none the wiser. As she turned the final corner, a smug grin crossed her lips—until she ran smack into the equivalent of a brick wall. “Oh, shit. I mean—” The male standing opposite her placed a hand on her arm. “I’m so sorry. I didn’t see you until it was too late to stop the collision.” He chuckled, and the warm sound of the vibration had Isadora raising her eyes. As he absently ran his palm down the sleeve of her coat, she barely felt the touch. He was unlike any she’d ever seen. The first thing she noticed was his height. Being a tall female herself, she’d always been drawn to a man who surpassed her own stature, and this man had several inches on her. His hair, dark as her own, was swept back from his face as though he’d run his hands through it. It was the odd color of his eyes, though, that held her immobile. They were an unusual shade of…silver that reminded her of her Ancient’s hair, and right now, they seemed to be shining at her. “Are you okay?” he asked, bending a little at the knees to get a better look at her. She quickly lowered her head. Jesus. Talk, Isadora. Tell him you’re fine and get away from him. “I think I’ll survive.” No, no. Do not flirt with him. “Well, thank god for that.” Brilliant, she admonished herself. His tone had taken on a quality she knew all too well—interest. But she didn’t have time for this. She made a move to step around him, but the fingers she hadn’t even realized were still on her wrist tightened. “Wait…” She looked down to where he held her, and as if he’d just noticed, he released his grip. “Yes?” He gave a shrug, but the cocky smile that tipped his lips belied any kind of indifference. This man was confident, and he had every reason to be. “You can’t just leave. What if I injured you?” A burst of laughter bubbled out of her at the notion, and it was the first time in years she had done so. “I’m serious,” he said as he took a step closer. She brought her fingers to her lips to hide the grin she was flashing. “Yes, I can see that.” “I mean, what if you leave and later suffer from a concussion? I’m a pretty solid guy, and you did run into me rather hard.” As he said the word hard, their eyes locked and Isadora’s arm lowered, her lips parting. She needed to get out of there. The high from the feed and her lack of yieldings these past few weeks must’ve been causing a residual sexual pull, because all she wanted was to get naked and on her knees for this guy. As a group of hospital staff ran by, he broke their connection and gestured with his thumb over his shoulder. “Do you need to go?” Yes, but not because of that. “I should.” “Are you a doctor here?” “Ahh no. An intern.” Great, now I’m lying. And why that lie? “Oh, so, if I come back, I might bump into you again?” That was why right there. “Uh, maybe.” When it was clear she wasn’t going to say anything else, he held his hand out for her to shake. It was such a human gesture and odd in light of their having already connected so spectacularly that she just stared at it. “Then let me introduce myself so it won’t be strange when I show up again tomorrow. I’m Elias, and you are?” As Isadora slid her palm into his, she allowed herself to take another good look at him. He was sexy, and the way he was watching her with intense focus made it more than obvious he found her just as appealing. Surely there’d be no harm if she took a little peek inside. She gently pushed into his mind, and what she saw was anything but endearing or shy. He was imagining her as stripped down as she had just been picturing. However, he had her on her feet and against a wall—the hospital wall behind her, to be exact. Loving that image, she was more than content to keep watching, but as if he knew she was in there, his mind went blank. She blinked, not believing what she was seeing, but sure enough, it was as if he’d flicked a switch and the television had been shut off. “You’re not going to tell me your name?” he asked, breaking into her thoughts and flashing a wide grin. She wasn’t sure why, but instead of compelling him to forget her, she slicked her tongue along her lower lip and watched him track it with those unusual eyes. “I’ll tell you that the next time we bump into each other.” “Which will be?” Diomêdês would be gone for several more days, so perhaps she could amuse herself with this human until he returned. Then maybe…maybe she would present him as her next choice if things went well. “I work tomorrow night.” It should’ve alarmed her at how easily lies fell from her tongue, but she’d honed the perfect delivery of such tales over many centuries and found she really was quite skilled at it. Thanos, her cousin, was terrible. “That’s good to know. I’ll be sure to stand in every corridor until you run into me.” Isadora walked backwards, once again slipping her hands into the coat pockets, and winked. “I should pass by this one around midnight.” As she turned to push through the exit, he called out, “I’ll be waiting…”
A DANGEROUS ALLURE Bestowed with eternal life by the Ancient Vasilios, Alasdair Kyriakous is one of the most feared and ruthless vampires in existence. His name carries weight across all of the seven continents.But he is a mystery to his kind, an anomaly among the self-indulgent. While he enjoys the pleasures of the flesh, he is exceptionally particular in his choice of partners and prides himself on his ironclad self-control. Yet with one look his control will become a thing of the past, and Alasdair will discover that eternal life doesn’t always last forever… A DEADLY ATTRACTION Thrust into a world he could never have imagined, Leo Chapel awakens in his worst nightmare. Taken hostage by the dangerously mesmerizing vampire, Alasdair, Leo must rely on his intelligence to escape before he reveals a secret he isn’t even aware he’s hiding. A FORBIDDEN DESIRE Unaware that they’ve been brought together by an outside force and are little more than pawns to a higher power, Alasdair and Leo spend time trying to uncover the other’s secrets, the attraction between them growing stronger all the while. But enemies are watching and preparing to act against them. When decisions that will alter lives and destinies have to be made—can a dead, grey heart learn to beat again?
About the Author
Ella Frank is the author of the #1 Bestselling Temptation series, including Try, Take, and Trust and is the co-author of the fan-favorite erotic serial, A Desperate Man. Her Exquisite series has been praised as “scorching hot!” and “enticingly sexy!”
A life-long fan of the romance genre, Ella writes contemporary, M/M romance and erotic fiction and lives with her husband in Portland, OR. You can reach her on the web at www.ellafrank.com and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ella.frank.author
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