#review: Touched by a Vampire (Eternally Yours, #1) by Sophie Slade

#review: Touched by a Vampire (Eternally Yours, #1) by Sophie Slade



WARNING 18+: This book is erotic paranormal romance and contains material that may be considered offensive to some readers, which includes graphic language, explicit sex, and adult situations.

*NOTE This book is the first book in the Eternally Yours Series, but is complete and can be read as a stand-alone book.

SYNOPSIS: Dr. Leila Reynolds is working her shift at Southside Medical Hospital in Las Vegas, Nevada, when she meets a mysterious man, Lance Steel. Although Leila is a married woman, she is enticed by this bold Renaissance man. Lance seduces her, surprising her with the most erotic weekend of her life … with a vampire. She convinces herself that it was just an affair, but she can’t get Lance—or the time they shared—out of her mind.

As owner of the Caprice Casino and the exclusive Club Moroii, Lance has more money and heartbreaking good looks than any one man deserves. He soon introduces her to an underground world that she never knew existed, fraught with sex, booze, blood … and danger.

When Leila’s life crumbles around her, Lance is there to pick up the pieces … but her connection with him has a price. Can Leila leave the past behind and become eternally his, allowing her heart—as well as her body—to be touched by a vampire?

Advance Praise

“Touched by a Vampire (EternallyYours, Book 1) is a fast pace read. Sophie gets to the point, and stays on the point. I love the feel of Dr. Leila Reynolds. She’s a hard working Doctor. Lance Steel is my dream man. He’s beautiful, sexy, and he’s the owner of the Caprice Casino and the exclusive Club Moroii, in Las Vegas, Nevada. And when you take a human and vampire in a real life setting, and pull if off, you have a good read on your hands. And this is what Sophie did in Touched by a Vampire: real life meets supernatural. I will be picking up Crossroads (Eternally Yours, Book 2).”

Brenda Roth (Lee)


“The plot of this story is great. It’s different from all other vampire erotica’s, because although Leila is a human woman and yes, she has her weak moments, she’s also fiery and feisty. She fights at any opportunity, when her life is in danger and isn’t one of those wallflowers, who hangs back and waits for someone to rescue her. She’s a tough broad.