Quincie Morris has never felt more alone. Her hybrid-werewolf first love is threatening to leave her forever. And just as she and her uncle are about to unveil Austin’s first vampire-themed restaurant, their chef’s brutal murder leaves Quincie scrambling to transform fresh-faced Henry Johnson into a culinary Dark Lord in time for opening night. But there’s more than meets the eye to this new hire, and Quincie is about to learn a whole lot about love…and blood.Source: Back of book
Tantalize was a book I enjoyed for the most part. It was a quick, easy read and a nicely told story. It even through me for a loop. Most of the time, when I’m reading, I try and figure out the ending. A lot of times it’s very easy (i.e. typical romance novels…it’s no wonder they are easy for someone to get bored with). And sometimes it really isn’t so easy to determine the ending. This book was sort of in between. While I did see some of what was coming – I really missed other parts, and it threw me for a loop.
Oh, one more thing. The cover. Doesn’t the cover just make you want to read the book? It’s beautiful. I’m not sure who came up with that, and don’t care really – but GREAT JOB! Really.