Title: Until Dawn
A witch reality television show, a deadly curse, and a vampire on a mission—a perfect brew for love.
During the live end-of-season Tell All episode of the reality television show, Witching Wild, cast member Judith Kress opens fan mail expecting the usual personal questions, but gets cursed instead. Vampire Calvin Blake is charged with saving her life and discovering the source of the curse, but ends up in deeper trouble than he thought possible. Survival is going to be a dangerous affair until dawn.
Author: Erin Kellison
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Darksider, Darkness Falls, Lay Me Down, Darksider
Series: Dragons of Bloodfire
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Tempted by Fire, Awakened by Fire
Published by Fire Flower Publishing Source: Author
Published: January 9, 2017
Genres: Paranormal Romance
See the title at Goodreads
Purchase your copy: Amazon
Visit the Author's Website
Visit the Goodreads Series Page
When your Bloodkin employer tells you to go save her favorite reality television star from certain death you do as the Lady commands especially on those evenings when she is more dragon than human. That is how Calvin Blake finds himself at the Witching Wild season ending tell all. He’s perfectly okay with this though. He has watched Judith Kress on the show from the very beginning. To say he is completely smitten with her would be an understatement.
Judith had a couple ulterior motives for joining a reality show about witches. She wants answers to the questions her father never answered. She would like to understand a few things about herself instead of bumbling through it as she has been for so long. All of that gets tossed aside when what should have been a simple fan letter gives her a weird papercut that only a sexy stranger of a vampire can heal. The even weirder symbol on the letter sweeps her away on a crazy adventure, Until Dawn.
I’ve enjoyed what I’ve read of Kellison’s Dragons of Bloodfire world thus far. Her spin of dragons, vampires, and other paranormals is just different enough to make them beyond intriguing. The dragons and their borderline crazy is the best! Judith and Calvin have such a short amount of time together that the ending of this novella really worked for me.