Saturday, 13 April 2013

Review: Take Me (The Untouchables #1) by T.A. Grey


Reviewer: Bex
Rating: 4 out of 5 Fairies

'Take Me', by T.A Grey, left me torn. There were moments that I completely loved this story and the characters, while at other times, I growled very audibly and became seriously frustrated by the characters reactions and developments.


Did it win me over in the end? Hell yes!

The characters, Dominic and Felicity, are an intriguing creation of T.A. grey's, as is the world the author creates. The storyline's concept is creative and enjoyable. I liked it a lot, especially considering the author successfully followed through in creating a fantasy paranormal world that offered an element of realism. This is always a winner for me. I like feeling as though a story could happen. Could become reality. It helps to successfully draw in my imagination and keeps my attention.

Dominic is a growling, sexy aristocratic vampire. He's also the epitome of a domineering vampire. This made the sex scenes so unbelievably hot. And I do mean, seriously, in need of a cold shower hot, but at the other time, the confident, take-no-nonsense woman in me, became seriously pee'd off at this. The same relates to Felicity's reaction of his dominance. As I said early, it left me feeling torn.

Felicity presented an interesting character too. She had moments of being super feisty. the sort of vamp that any woman could aspire to be like, then on the flip side, she'd react in ways that were a little too 'dumb' and thoughtless, and maybe even a little weak. She's something of an enigma.

The plot develops at good pace, with lots of action, of all kinds, plus there are many moments where the author produces interesting descriptive chapters to develop and draw out characters and the plot. The ending is exactly what I hoped for. I was particularly fond of how the author allowed Felicity to step up to the challenge before her.

This is a series that I could happily get hooked on. 

Goodreads Synopsis
A new paranormal erotic romance series. Available now at online retailers: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, All Romance eBooks.

SHE MAKES HIS BLOOD BURN

Dominic Blackmoore meets the woman who captures his mind and body with a look and he’s instantly taken with her. When he was ordered to take another mate quickly after separating from his ex, he loathed the idea. However, after catching sight of his bruid he quickly changes his mind. He finds her utterly captivating, sensually erotic, and yearns to learn everything about her.

BUT SHE'S NOT HIS BRUID

The woman he’s mistaken as his bruid is none other than the event planner, Felicity Shaw, for his mating ceremony. Now Dominic will do everything it takes, even lie to the woman he craves, to keep her at his side. He needs to mate with his bruid in order to win his political campaign but he finds himself falling in love with Felicity Shaw. In the end he must choose between work or love. He may make the right decision, but is it too late to save his lies from hurting Felicity?

HE TAKES HER BREATH AWAY

Felicity Shaw wants more in life. She’ll even lie to get it, which is exactly how she lands a job with the illustrious Blackmoore family. However, it’s the head of the vampire household, Dominic Blackmoore, that has her heart racing and breath catching. The man consumes her unlike anyone ever has before. She can’t resist him though she tries. As she’s forced to work with Dominic she tries to keep away from him but he doesn’t make things easy.

She may want him with a passion she’s never experienced before, but she will not be with him when he’s mating to another woman. It’s either her or no one. But one terrible lies seals their fates together in ways neither of them imagined, threatening their love and the very fabric of their relationship.

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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for the lovely review, Bex! <3 <3 <3

    TA Grey

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