Amanda is a
psychiatrist keeping nighttime hours—mainly because her
patients are convinced that they are vampires. She has no
problem playing along, after all the pay is good and she
enjoys her work. This changes when an incident with one of
her more troubled clients veers off the beaten path. Amanda
stumbles into a few situations that challenge her ethics as
a doctor and as a woman.
first sees Mark, she is slammed by her instant attraction to
him. There’s more to the six foot plus male than dark hair,
gorgeous blue eyes and a killer body. Mark takes his
responsibilities to heart, and leading Amanda into the
unknown makes him more determined to protect and claim her.
Blood Club kicks off with a tongue-in-cheek intro
that made me snicker. Another highlight involved a sex
scene that was so creative I decided to read it again and
again. To be thrown off guard is the best type of surprise
whenever I am reading erotica. Ms. Blaise captures the
intensity between Amanda and Mark while at the same time
allowing you to see their vulnerabilities. In a few
instances, there were scene transitions that left me feeling
as if an area or two was missing. Overall, The Blood
Club is fun and sexy for anyone (like me) who has
trouble passing up a spicy vampire story.