Chloe Reardon has a problem, and his name is Gavin Wallace.
Okay, Gavin isn’t exactly a problem, unless you consider a highly attractive wind vampire with dubious intentions a problem. Especially if that vampire is your boss. With an affinity for kilts and excellent taste in music.
But none of that matters because Chloe Reardon has had enough of dangerous men. Danger is overrated. Danger is the opposite of sexy. So Gavin is the last man–or vampire–on earth she needs to let into her heart.
Except what if the most dangerous man you knew was also the one who made you feel the strongest?
She shook her head. “Cara, how did my life get so weird?”
“I’m sorry Chloe. I cannot answer that question.”
“No, I don’t think anyone can.”
Oh thank god, I really needed The Devil and the Dancer. It took the edge off my wait for more Ben and Tenzin in the main series. Now what to do with the rest of the months?!
In all seriousness, The Devil and the Dancer was a great little bit of paranormal romance. Shorter than I would like, but so are all novellas of people I love. We got hints of what happened during Blood Apprentice, and I’m really happy to see what it was really about.
Chloe is awesome, and I love how she is about vampires. She doesn’t just jump right in with both eyes closed. She has been learning about vampires, and about Gavin for the last year. Gavin is an old and protective vampire, and he never meant to fall in love. Now that he has, he wants to protect it. Together, the two of them are awesome. We’ve seen it before. Now we get to see it all from them.
The story itself was fun, but everyone really knew it was just an excuse to get Chloe and Gavin together. I really enjoyed Gavin cursing about his sister, and how he maneuvered her around. But overall kind of forgettable in the light of THEY FINALLY HAD SEX.
Also it was really nice to see Gio and Bea.
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