Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Wonderful Review From Fallen Angel Reviews!

FAR~ Fallen Angel Reviews~ Reviewed by: Moonluster
Set in Venice in 1592, which is a great period for a vampire story, Allegra’s Seduction, will captivate you. Monica Martin has done a terrific job of showing their strengths and weaknesses. Ms Martin has done her research for this story and it shows. The darkness you would expect from a vampire story comes to life. The love scenes are really written well with the passion flowing between Gabriele and Allegra right from the start and just keeps getting better all through the rest of the book. I loved this book. It is a true love story that seemed so real to me. I especially thought the time period was fantastic. You will want to continue reading until the last page.Read Entire Review here: http://www.fallenangelreviews.com/2006/March/Moonluster-ImmortalitysCaress_AllegrasSeduction.htm

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Allegra's Seduction: Immortality's Caress 1~ A vampiric version of the classic story of Cinderella and her Prince Charming... JD~ The Pink Posse.


Ann Cory said...

What a fabulous review honey cakes!!!! You get a barrel of confetti for that :)

Unknown said...

Thanks, Doll! Aw, you know how much I like confetti. :)

Caffey said...

Congrats on the review Monica. I so loved how the reviewer too go so captivated emotionally in this book. Too I remember so much of this book fondly! Huge congrats, you deserve it.
Hugs, Cathie

Unknown said...

Thanks, Cathie. :) I truly appreciate your support, sweetie.
Hugs, M.

ThatBrunette said...

Congratulations on the reviews! You must be flying high! Hmm, I didn't see it as a Cinderella, I saw it more as a Beauty and the Beast. Bringing Allegra into his world with no way out.

Unknown said...

Thanks, V! I'm thrilled. Beauty and the beast? I likes that. :)

Anonymous said...

Hi Monica,

Love the cover for Allegra's Seductio. Happy easter/

Lee Anne

Unknown said...

Hi Lee Anne,
It's wonderful, and precisely what I asked for. (grinning) Martine Jardin is a wonderful artist.

Your have yourself a fab Easter, too! M. :)