Review: Kela’s Guardian by B J McCall

July 18, 2013 Review 1

Review: Kela’s Guardian by B J McCall

Vampires don’t exist. That was what Kela believed before her fiancé joined the dark side. The cops think she’s crazy, but there’s a job to be done and someone’s got to do it.
Ansara has been ordered to Earth to destroy Vakkar, a demon bent on raising a vampire army. A celestial jump lands him in the middle of a fight between a feisty female and a group of vampires. Ansara soon realizes protecting this sexy warrior is as important as his mission. Their lust is as strong as the danger surrounding them.
Vampires, demons and a sexy hunk from a mystical galaxy? Kela’s carnal guardian quickly becomes an anchor in a world that has taken a decidedly supernatural turn.


Inside Scoop: Kela attends a very anything-goes sex party, which contains brief mentions of BDSM scenarios, ménage and same-sex encounters.


A Romantica® paranormal erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave

Title: Kela's Guardian
Author: B J McCall
Published by Ellora's Cave
Source: Publisher
Published: 19 June, 2013
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance
Pages: 85
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: four-flames

A quick and intriguing read, B.J. McCall has brought a unique twist to the vampire / demon / guardian mythology.  Kela is also the first character that I have read in a long time that actually has what I consider to be a normal reaction to discovering the existence of vampires; it was refreshing to see a character have a WTF moment because that feels real and honest.  Especially when her fiancé is one of ‘them’ and she decides that he needs to be stopped.

She then does what all of us would do – she googles vampires, and discovers how to kill them.  Granted it’s not the most solid start into the world of slaying, but armed with some sharpened stakes and determination she sets out to stop her artist fiancé turned vampire from killing more women.

Quicky overmatched and outnumbered, she is rescued by Ansara, and thus begins her introduction into the world of the paranormal, and the undeniable electric attraction between her and this mystery guardian.  As the danger increases, she learns more about her father’s work, and the cross that he insisted she never remove from around her neck.   Smoothly written with a sense of tension that increases with each scene, Kela is well voiced and defined, and the connection with Ansara is both believable and palpable.  Their connection and sexual tension and scenes are incredibly sexy and steamy, and the realization of that connection is cleverly plotted and shown to the reader in a way that is believable and intriguing.

I received an eBook from the publisher for purpose of honest review for the Jeep Diva. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility. 

Kallysten

                     

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