Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Review – ‘One to Die For’ by Arial Burnz


Fame, fortune and females are the life for Russell Schmidt! However, reaching rock-star status through his self-published vampire novels isn’t enough. Trailing after a mysterious woman in red leads to heights of ecstasy he’s never known. But Russ soon finds the tables turned, and his next one-night stand may be to die for! 


Russell Schmidt is an arrogant novelist who writes about vampires, claims to be one and speaks with a German accent. He has a huge readership and fan base, and knows he’s hot stuff. He’s obsessed over an aloof mystery woman in red who he repeatedly sees at his functions and the sex scene between him and one of his groupies, Layla, is soooooo hot.
This is a short, erotic horror/romance story with a punch, told from Russell’s POV in first person. There’s not a HEA, which is disappointing, but I love Russell’s comeuppance. It was definitely justified.
4 Stars

Disclaimer – Thank you, Arial Burnz/Kami Cummings, for sending me an ebook copy for an honest review. I am not paid or compensated in any way, shape or form for this review. I will not change or alter this review for any reason unless at my discretion.

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