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A Review Of The Festival By Laura Tolomei

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Publisher: eXtasy Books (August 4, 2010)

Print Length: 193 pages

Language: English


Publication Date: August 4, 2010

Genre: Erotic Paranormal


When Ylianor Meyer throws in Prince Duncan Caldwell’s face his generous offer to adopt her into the Caldwell family, she has only one thought in mind–to get as far away from the stunningly gorgeous dark-haired prince and his equally striking blond-haired lover!

The BookViral Review:

Another superbly entertaining read in the Virtus Saga series from Tolomei The Festival takes up the story from a cliffhanger ending to Virtus Game and it’s full-on action from the very start.

Heady eroticism, political maneuverings and the now very real presence of Virtus who has taken a special interest in Ylianor. The threesome that is Ylianor, Prince Duncan Caldwell and his Demon lover Christopher Templeton will find their Virt tested to its limits whilst their sexual appetites seem insatiable!

Of course, there are the twists, new characters and unexpected surprises readers have come to expect from Tolomei but as with her other novels in the Virtus Saga series, she tells a cracking good story which benefits not only from absorbing sex scenes but an intelligent plot.

Caldwell, Templeton and Ylianor were simply made for each other and when you read Tolomei’s words you quickly become enraptured by the essence of these characters. They come vividly to life with every book and each release in the series has a splendid story to tell. It’s like being reunited with old friends whilst the sexual chemistry is amongst the best you will find in the genre.

If you have yet to delve into Tolomei’s Virtus Saga series, don’t hesitate because you won’t be disappointed. The Festival is recommended without reservation!

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