Title: Bloodweight “Underdog of the Arena Series” by Eva LeNoir
Publisher: Horny Devil Publishing (November 5, 2012)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Book Length: Approx. 74 pgs.
Blurb: As a young independent vampire, Ellen Banks takes the ring, and all eyes are on her. The lithe rebel has worked hard to get to this one moment in her less-than-stellar life. No one will stand in the way of that championship belt, especially not the powerful and impossibly salacious Nash Stanford. If only her traitorous body’s reaction would shut the hell up.
Susan B. Anna’s Review
Bloodweight was not only brought together with flair, but captivated you from the very first page. Ellen Banks was spunky, funny and quite a match for Nash Stanford, who was portrayed as sexy, debonair and powerful. The chemistry between these two was exciting and plausible. Her coach’s admiration and devotion enjoyable and the rest of the characters blended in nicely.
Eva LeNoir did an incredible job with the start of this book and I surely can’t wait to read the rest of what shall be a truly magical and sensual series. MMA female cage fighters, vampires, demons, shifters; and warewolves alike made this story jump out and draw you in even more.
As much as I enjoyed reading this book I couldn’t understand why it was such an issue for an underdog to defeat a champion fighter, but hey we are dealing with beings who do not take kindly to female vampire fighters foiling their plans and causing them to lose money in the process. As much as I would love to go on about this delightful read I must say it is best to have you read and enjoy it yourself.
This book was exciting, sensual and definitely well deserving of Four Satin Sheet Pillows.
Eva LeNoir grew up traveling with her parents to various countries in the world. Reading was her constant companion during her travels and her ability to adapt to different cultures fed her mind with endless possibilities. The characters swimming in her head are always from various horizons with a multitude of dreams and aspirations however they always have one thing in common: The women are strong and independent. A true believer in the female cause, Eva's wish is to portray the women in her books as the leaders. She sees them walking hand in hand with their partners and not be the sheepish followers of the male gender. But most of all, Eva LeNoir wants to offer her readers a moment of pleasure as they dive into the world of her mind's creation.