Dance until Dawn by Berni Stevens

Blurb:

Do you Believe in Love After Life?
At 25, West-End dancer, Ellie Wakefield should be having the time of her life. The only problem is, ever since waking up in a leaky cellar belonging to three hundred year old vampire, Will Austen, she’s been very much dead. And to make matters worse, she’s since found that an aversion to blood and a fear of the dark aren’t very helpful – especially when you’re a fledgling vampire.

William James Austen has fallen hard. He’s spent the last year loving Ellie from afar and now he’s finally able to be truthful about who and what he is. As the most powerful and revered vampire in London, he’s used to getting what he wants. But this time, Will might just have bitten off more than he can chew.

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I would like to thank Choclit for sending me a copy to review.

My Thoughts:

Ellie Wakefield has woken up in a cold damp cellar and cannot remember how or why she got there.
However, William James Austen a 300 year old vampire knows exactly how Ellie got there, because he has just created a new fledgling.
How will he explain why he did it?

Ellie is a wonderfully feisty character, she copes remarkably well considering her predicament and definitely holds her own in the new environment that she is thrust into.
Although I must admit, meeting William did seem at times like a rather tantalising predicament to be in.
He is strikingly handsome and has women lusting after him wherever he goes.
But William only wants Ellie, he longs for her to trust him, to love him and to want to be with him.

Dance until Dawn is a captivating tale of romance, that will have you gripped from the first page and pulled into a world where vampires aren’t just hot, they are chivalrous too!

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