Adam Flint's Gypsy visions always guide him to those who need his paranormal gifts. He gets more than he bargained for in Pearl Kizzy, a beautiful spitfire from Liverpool. Adam knows that to save Pearl, he must help her accept her own Gypsy heritage.
Although Adam and Pearl fight their burning attraction for one another, a night of passion sparks memories of their treacherous former lives. Unable to face the loss of Pearl in this century, Adam scrambles for distance from the love of his life. A rejected Pearl falls into the arms of a Mullo--a gypsy vampire--who lays claim to her heart--and her life.
To survive, Adam and Pearl must accept their tragic past, and find a way to kill the undead.
Release Date: December 3rd 2010
My Copy: Received from author
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Published by: Decadent Publishing
When A Mullo Loves A Woman by JoAnne Kendrick
When Pearl runs into Adam right at the beginning it gets pretty obvious that the romance element will form between these two and of course Pearl thinks he's some sort of stalker. You know, as you do. Pearl likes another guy Evan but we know that won't work out even if she won't admit her feelings to Adam. Her gypsy legacy comes to light with a necklace that keeps appearing on her neck even when she has taken it off. But Evan has information on her legacy and he is part of it. So it's Evan... or is it Adam...
I'm not going to spoil that part for you but I found the book okay, not bad but not great. The first thing with the title was I kept telling people I was reading "When a Man Loves a Woman" and then quickly had to correct myself. Or sing the song. For a paranormal romance this is very tame and would fit into the young adult category. Some of the language used like "heebie jeebies" and "not on your nelly" just made me laugh but I'm clearly not the audience that the author was writing this for.
The book is relatively short but you may want to give up reading before the end but then you really won't know how all the legacy is formed and basically it's all tied up at the end. I struggled with the first 80 or so pages as I had no clue where the story was going so if you do start keep with it. Depending on your requirements for a romantic story keep in mind this is based for a young audience and although the smexy stuff doesn't have to be in every romantic story you'll be disappointed if you're after passion.
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