Monday, October 21, 2013
LUST: JAMES AT THE SUNDOWNER by Kristin Battestella gets LADYBUGGED
Ladybug Lin again. I must confess I've been lost...No it's true. Since I did my last review for Kristin Battestella's FATE AND HANGS Book 4,
DEBAUCHERY: VICTORIA'S BURNING, I got myself good and lost...a very strange thing to have happen when you're dealing with vampires like the Welshire Clan....but I'm found again, and just in time to dive into Book 5, LUST: JAMES AT THE SUNDOWNER.
James plays piano at their Vamp Club: Well, it's SORT OF a club, if you ignore what's REALLY going on behind the scenes. Sundowner is also where the love of his 500 years, Catrina, is the alluring, as in, she knows how to draw the males to her contralto singing voice and hypnotic eyes, chanteuse.
Are vampires allowed to feel sadness, despair, and regret when the loves of their very long lives shows inclinations (s)he's ready to move on?
LUST: JAMES AT THE SUNDOWNER takes place during the era in American history when men combed their hair and greased it into Duck's Asses.
This is a short story with an amazing amount of rich detail ripe with melancholy, and inevitability.
FOUR STARS and another
WELL DONE KRISTIN. I'm off to read Book Six...
HUMANITY: A LETTER FROM GASTON.