One human. One dhampir. Seventy-two hours where anything goes.
Shameless vampire addict Eli spends every waking moment chasing pleasure, securing invites to vampire den after vampire den via the vampire/human social network FangFinder. This weekend, he’s signed up for his most extreme adventure yet, a 72-hour party where a legal contract serves as his voluntary consent to anything and everything the den members decide to do to him…
Strong and silent type Orion is the only member of his den without fangs, a dhampir who wears metal points on two fingers so he can give the human guests what they crave. What he craves is a release for the savage half of his nature; he wants to force a human into submission. When his fellow den members inform him that Eli has signed up for just this treatment, Orion lays claim to him for the weekend.
But Eli would never have agreed to spend three days with a half-breed, and he’ll fight Orion’s touch every chance he gets. Even if the pleasure he finds in the dhampir’s grip is more intense than anything he’s ever felt with a vampire…
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Review: fangjunkie27- this was a quick read about a young human man, Eli, who is addicted to being bitten by vampires and due to his addiction goes from vampire party to party doing whatever he can to get that bite. Eli finally meets someone who notices his addiction and is willing to help him but Eli has to be willing to accept the help. Signing up for 72 hours of anything goes fun and getting a dhamphir, Orion, who wants more than his body takes Eli by surprise.
This book confused me more than entertained me, I don't get it. I didn't feel any chemistry between Orion and Eli. I felt like Eli actually made Orion feel like he was less than a man because he was not a real vampire. Whereas Eli was the one that was without anything but he was the one judging? I also did not understand the running and chasing that lead up to sex.
Copy received from author/publisher for honest review.