“The Rose Legacy”
Camille Price has traveled to her
aunt’s home with the intention of claiming her inheritance.
What she finds when she gets there, however, is an aunt who
is so innately sexual Camille is almost embarrassed. The
demands placed on Camille by the aunt are harsh and the only
light in Camille’s life at the moment is the man in the
cabin on the property. Mace makes her forget herself, her
horrible aunt, even her need for a drink. Camille has no
idea that the man she desires is from the devil himself.
May I just say that this novella
totally creeped me out and it wasn’t the incubus/human
plotline that did it. It was Camille’s aunt. She was the
ickiest character I have ever run across and one that I hope
to never read about again. Camille was little better – she
was quite stubborn, but not as strong as I like in my
heroines. The above made for an interesting read, that’s
If Leyla Cheval isn’t a demon, then
ex-minister Adam Bachmann doesn’t know what is. For months
he has been feeding her sexual appetites to the point that
he is almost making himself sick. But he can’t help it.
Leyla is in his heart, and his blood and he can’t seem to
rid himself of the desire for her. But be rid of her he must
if he is going to save innocent lives.
I think if I had a preacher like Adam,
I might head into church anytime the door opened. Blasphemy
aside, he was sexy as heck and a good man to boot. Succubus
Leyla Cheval was like an open book of sex without any
ending. I frantically read and hoped that true love was
enough to save them – thank goodness it was.
Hotter than Hell by Raine
Weaver might be an acquired taste for some readers. I took
this book sight unseen, but wish like crazy I had read about
it first. Incubus and succubus love are not my cups of tea
and it was all I could do to finish both novellas. But that
has nothing to do with Raine Weaver’s ability to write a
story – that is my preference completely. Hotter than
Hell takes no prisoners and delivers a hauntingly
and often chilly look at what could possibly happen if
demons were real. I found the love scenes very erotic and
well written – both couples in the novellas brought out the
best in each other.
If paranormal romances with incubus and succubus lovers are
your thing, don’t hesitate to pick up Raine Weaver’s
Hotter than Hell. The novellas won’t disappoint.