Holt is a part of
Rhiannon Neeley’s The Ravens Revisited series.
Once again, Ivy Green finds herself in
the mist of bailing her younger sister, Heather, out of
trouble. Heather’s latest crazed adventure involves the
association with a cult of blood drinkers. As a private
investigator, Ivy knows how to go about hunting down people
– so it should be easy to locate Heather, right? Wrong!
While hot on her sister’s trail, Ivy’s car is side-swapped,
and then run off the road by Holt Raven, a hunk of a man
with a cold, mean attitude. Their pessimistic confrontation
doesn't end there, because, although for some reason unknown
to Ivy, Holt doesn't want her to board the boat her sister
is on, Ivy isn't about to allow Holt to stand in the way of
saving her sister.
Holt Raven's sole purpose in life is to
take out as many vampires as humanly possible. He, his
brothers, and cousins quickly became known as the Ravens
Clan, as they roam around the world eliminating the evil
blood suckers. Always having that single task in mind, Holt
doesn't have time for a relationship. But things change the
moment his car crashes into a dark-haired, spunky beauty by
the name of Ivy Green. Without Holt realizing it, Ivy
manages to break down his defenses and gain the key to his
heart. Determined to protect her at all costs, Holt tries to
stop Ivy from going to the yacht; yet no matter how hard he
tries to block her, Ivy refuses to give up. Will Holt be
able to keep Ivy out of harm’s way and save her sister from
the evil night creatures?
Holt starts out with a bang and it maintains
its continuous, exciting tempo until the very end. The plot
moved at a swift, exhilarating pace, so much so that I
completed this little hot number in one sitting. Both Holt
and Ivy were equally iron-willed characters with great
determination, especially when they set their mind of a
particular goal. There was no stopping them. It was
amusing to watch Holt, who was a loner, fall hard for Ivy.
Like a moth to a flame, Holt migrated to Ivy’s witty,
alluring charm. Their passionate encounters were seductively
lustful, and a wild erotic event leaving very little to the
imagination. Holt was one paranormal that