Thursday, May 10, 2012

Ice Man- Kyann Waters (book 1)

Feeding and sex go hand in hand when you're a blood slave to a vampire. It's like a drug and Rowan is hooked. With the vampire Theron, Rowan has never wanted for more than his next fix. Until he meets Brett. Brett is hot, the sex is incredible and he's human.
Brett is looking for kinky sex when he goes to the Catacombs, an exclusive fetish club for men. Flair bartender Rowan, also known as Ice Man, is sexy and mysterious. Brett isn't ready to complicate his life with a lover outside the Catacombs and Rowan isn't interested in club-scene sex but coming together and giving in never felt so good.
Rowan's dark secret could destroy everything. He must never allow Brett to learn of his symbiotic relationship with the vampire. He has to choose--tell Brett the truth or remain a blood slave. He can only hope that Brett will trust in love enough to forgive him.

Rowan aka Ice Man is a human living a life that he doesn't always like but one he puts up with for the perks. Perks being a blood host to one of the most powerful vampires ever and all the sex he could ever need or want. Rowan knows he is not in love with Theron but the vampire saved him from life on the streets and has given him everything he has or needs in life. Not knowing he wanted more until he met Brett one night in the all male club he works in set his life on a completely different course. Feeding Theron connects them mentally so all of his thoughts are never just his own but that side effect only lasts for a short amount of time but long enough for Theron to know who badly Rowan wants Brett. Theron does not want to give up what he considers his. After one very hot & steamy night Brett & Rowan agree to see only each other. Love blossoms but trust is not easily given. Rowan has to make a big decision about his life and Brett has to learn to trust the man he loves and open his eyes to a world he never knew existed.
My Rating: 4.5--- Wendy

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  1. thank you for the fantastic review and thank you for reading the story!

  2. I liked this book too. It was more of a traditional, darker approach to vamps like Anne Rice.

    Thanks for sharing!