Chandra Huntís best friend Valerie has been missing for
months. A strange tip leads her to an adult club called
Foreplay, where she first encounters the charismatic
vampire, Sin-Bad Stoner. Chandra falls for Sin-Badís
badness, bait, hook, line and sinker. When she arrives at
his home and meets his equally stunning brothers, the rest
of Sinís plan explodes into full affect.
been searching for someone like Chandra for centuries after
losing the woman he loved. Chandra is strong-willed and
independent, challenging him at every turn. After sharing
one passionate night where all their carnal desires are
fulfilled, it is all the confirmation that he needs. But
first, she must be willing to yield everything to him,
including her freedom.
of Sin blazed off the pages until I just knew I was
going blind from the heat glare. There is no getting around
the graphically sexual language, descriptions, and
encounters between Mega-Alpha Sin and his obsession,
Chandra. This is a tale of sheer dominance that is mental,
emotional and physical on the most primal level.
so ruthlessly domineering that he sometimes scared me, very
much like an adrenaline shot. Ms. Leeís writing was quite
effective in projecting what it means to have a Dom on this
level seize complete control of his woman. Chandra fought
but she never stood a chance from the word go.
to say thereís no substance here, au contraire. The
dialogue between Sin-Bad and Chandra is movie quality, and
carries the weight of some interesting psychological truths
about the relationship dynamic between men and women,
vampires and humans.
Iím shying away from revealing a few interesting plot
twists, which makes it worth the read. Night of Sin
rocked my world, set my retinas afire, and made me wonder
just what it would be like to be in Chandraís place for a
night or far, far longer.