Constance Spenser wakes up in a strange
bed after a night out on the town. With an aching head and
swiftly beating heart, she realizes that she has no earthly
idea who she is or where she slept the night before.
Sebastian Sabbat comes to the rescue and let’s her know who
he is and that they were together. Then, his brother
Gabriel adds himself into the mix to make a vampire
ménage-a- trios. It’s bad enough that the Sabbat family and
Spenser family don’t get along but when the last Sabbat
brother interferes, things go from bad to worse.
This is my first and last Destiny Blaine book.
Winning Virgin Lust just was not the book for me.
The dialogue was hard to understand, the characters were one
dimensional, and I usually never fault a book for its
editing but Winning Virgin Lust had serious
mistakes throughout the entire manuscript that threw me out
of the story. The sentence structure alone of this book
made my teacher’s heart cringe and I had to more than once
stop reading and put the book down. It was the hardest book
I have ever tried to read and understand. Because of this,
I highly recommend passing on Winning Virgin Lust.