Winning Virgin Blood by Destiny Blaine

Winning Virgin Blood is definitely a testament of wills between the sexes. Ms. Blaine heats up the intensity of the story right out of the gate on this book. Orlando Spenser wayward son of an exclusive vampire dynasty has messed up big time by blowing a significant portion of the family fortune. As his “punishment” he is being forced to go back to the scene of his crime Las Vegas, and find his intended mate, with a few caveats of course. At first he was furious, but once the hunt began, there was no turning back from the driving force of destiny.

Almost immediately he meets Natasha the girl of his dreams. Unfortunately for him after she finds out he’s a vampire and what his intentions are she digs in her heals in an effort to thwart his every attempt to win her heart.

What I enjoyed about this book is that Natasha didn’t give in immediately to the demands of the arrogant Orlando. The lengths they both go through to get their way with one another is humorous, I found myself laughing out load at several points in the story. The story was well written, fast paced and a must read for anybody who wants a different spin on vampire romance this summer. I am really looking forward to the next books in the series.

Book Stats:

  • Paperback: 148 pages
  • Publisher: Siren Publishing, Inc. (September 30, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1606012959
  • ISBN-13: 978-1606012956

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Books in the Winning Virgin series in the order they should be read:
Winning Virgin Blood
Winning Virgin Love
Winning Virgin Lust

Winning Virgin Blood is definitely a testament of wills between the sexes. Ms. Blaine heats up the intensity of the story right out of the gate on this book. Orlando Spenser wayward son of an exclusive vampire dynasty has messed up big time by blowing a significant portion of the family fortune. As his “punishment” …

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Summary : The story was well written, fast paced and a must read for anybody who wants a different spin on vampire romance this summer.

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The Bitten by Books founder Rachel Smith is an avid reader and has been since the early 70′s. She enjoys primarily paranormal fiction, but can occasionally be caught reading non-fiction, chic lit or books on esoteric subjects. When not reviewing books you can find her blogging about her favorite products at Weird Stuff In My Desk, creating jewelry at her other business A Charming Time or peddling nail polish (her other passion) at http://patroozie.com. Rachel has worked as a spiritual counselor and teacher for many years. When not reading or hanging out online this Pacific Northwest native enjoys spending time with her husband and playing with her pack of ferocious dogs and listening to music.

3 comments

  1. Whoa! This sounds like a really good read! Can’t wait to buy a copy.

  2. Estella Kissell

    This sounds very good!

  3. It really is, I recommend it. The next book is coming out in August, I can’t wait!