Review: Seduce (Vampire Erotic Theatre #3) by Felicity Heaton
Determined to impress Antoine, one of the owners of the Vampire Erotic Theatre, Sera sets up an interview to become one of the performers, not realizing she's going to have to "perform" with strangers in front of the man her heart yearns for. Antoine has his hands full managing the theater, placating its elitist aristocratic patrons, and keeping a careful eye his volatile and dangerous older brother. A relationship between Antoine and Sera is a liability in more ways than one, but when you find the other half of your soul, how do you say no? Electric and smokin' hot, Seduce is a "must read"!
February 12, 2012
Book Tour: Walking With Shadows author Julieanne Lynch is all about Antoine!
There are many things I love talking to my readers about, but there is none more exciting than my creation of the delectable Antoine Vilniv. Out of all my characters from my series, he is the one who stays consistent in my eyes. He is fun to write about and he is even more fun when I accidently incorporate him into my everyday tasks – yes, slightly crazy, but it helps me further his development as a strong character.
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