Series: Entity Series Book #3
Author: Cat Devon
Publisher: St. Martin’s Paperbacks
Publication Date: December 31, 2013
Source: Received for an honest review from the publisher.
Book Description Courtesy of Amazon:
SOMETIMES LOVE IS A MATTER
Sierra Brennan can inherit her great-uncle’s historic Chicago townhouse under one condition: She must live there for thirty consecutive days. What could possibly go wrong? As a writer and a ghost whisperer, Sierra has a vast imagination and a brave spirit. But not even she is prepared for the gorgeous—and naked—vampire who greets her at the door.
OF LIFE AND UN-DEATH
Ronan McCoy has spent the past century waiting to come home…to this house. The presence of the beautiful, brazen Sierra is one complication he doesn’t expect. The other is Hal, a dangerous ghost and original member of Al Capone’s gang who’s dead-set on revenge. What is a formerly indentured vampire supposed to do to get a moment’s peace? All he knows for sure is that he must protect Sierra from Hal. But once he has her in his arms, can he ever let her go? Life—and love—is becoming stranger than fiction for Sierra…and more delicious than she and Ronan could have ever imagined… in Love Your Entity.
The mixture of paranormal beings in this book just didn’t go over well for me. I’ve read multiple books with a similar mixture that seem to flow much better. I haven’t read the other books in the series, so it might be better if you’ve read the others first. It seemed like the author had a bit of ADD at times, too. Random people would just pop in and out of scenes with no introduction and no exit. The day Sierra moves in I think 15 different people come in and out of her house with-in two pages, and none of them make any sense.
I also think part of my reticence toward the book is due to the attitude of the main female protagonist. Sierra and I would not have meshed in real life, and did not mesh well while reading the book. Some of the things she did or said just didn’t seem like real-life reactions to me. Ronan, on the other hand, was gorgeous and tough and best of all, a vampire. Him and his buddies were the saving grace of this book, and the only reason it got a 3.
HEAT Rating: Mild
Reviewed By: Daysie W.
Review Courtesy of: My Book Addiction and More