Monday, February 28, 2011

Taste Me by Tamara Hogan

TASTE ME is the first book in a gritty, fast-paced, and sexy urban fantasy romance series featuring a world where incubi, sirens, valkyries, vampires, and werewolves live undetected alongside humankind. Someone has to keep the peace-and the secrets.

Siren rock star Scarlett Fontaine is finally home after an exhausting year on tour with her band. Incubus security guru Lukas Sebastiani has more urgent problems than protecting the stubborn diva, but now that they're forced into close proximity, they're fighting an attraction that leads them to the brink of disaster...

Years ago, Lukas and Scarlett had a fling, but it wasn't meant to be.  Now, Scarlett is touring with her band and Lukas runs a security agency.  This is a world where the supernatural live undetected alongside the humans.  There are incubus, succubus, werewolves and more.  The council is working on a ruling to reveal the supernatural gradually to human society.  But when homicides keep popping up, namely around Scarlett and her band, Luka takes the initative.  He knows Scarlett is the prominent daughter of a council member, so he isn't too surprised when he is assigned to protect her.

But when the two are in the same room again after all these years, the sparks fly.  Will they trust one another this time to make a go of it? Will they find out who is behind the homocides before Scarlett is next?  Filled with steamy and erotic sex scenes, fantastic world-building, and sexy and compelling characters, Taste Me is a fantastic start to a new urban fantasy series.  Lukas can taste emotions and it can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending upon the situation.  But when it's good -- it's very, very good! Paranormal romance lovers are sure to enjoy this one!

Tamara Hogan will be here at Minding Spot on March 3! Make sure to check back in for a chat and a giveaway opportunity!!

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