Tavia Brezilla is lonely. Her vampire
husband hasnít touched her for the last two years. Ever
since the accident that took away her looks, her career, and
her happiness. She is tired of waiting, so if Logan doesnít
want her, she is going to find someone who does.
In Sharing Tavia, Ms.
Xander presented the story of a woman scarred not only on
the outside, but on the inside as well as a result of a
horrible accident. Her struggle to find herself and her
happiness again is evident in these pages. However, I felt
let down while reading Sharing Tavia. Much of
the first few pages seem like straight back-story rather
than introspection of the heroine, and the explanations of
her and Loganís actions seem lacking. I can understand and
feel for Tavia, but canít accept Loganís actions or
reasoning, nor Taviaís reactions to them. I found Sharing
Tavia lacking in essential ingredients to make it as
enjoyable as it could have been.