Saturday, September 24, 2016

The Warm Taste by Julia Leijon


Can a dark creature find a home in the light?

Robin appears to be a quiet, attractive young man, but the exterior hides his true vampire nature: ageless, unchanging, and bloodthirsty. His current obsession is Martin, the personable and generous owner of a coffee shop, The Warm Taste.

All Robin’s careful plans to remain unnoticed are ruined, however, when Martin asks him out on a date. Can Robin really have something so good and sweet as an ordinary relationship, after such a long existence of cold loneliness?

And if things fall apart, and Robin goes back to his old ways, will Martin survive it?

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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

Angie☆☆☆
This book was super hard to read. I was instantly bored and I never connected with any of the characters. Some of the scenes seemed clinical and cold, and others just didn’t do anything for me. Robin was depressing as all get out and Martin just seems to accept things without asking questions at times. Everything just seemed unbelievable and I felt nothing when reading it and when I was done I wish I would have had my time back.

Characters: Couldn’t connect with them
Sex: Yes
Religious: No
Would I recommend to others: Yes
More than one book in the series: No
Genre: M/M Paranormal
Would I read more by this author: Yes



Julia Leijon fell in love with writing at the age of twelve, and with vampires a year later. Despite being in her midthirties now, very little has changed.

Her one moment of infidelity was when she was eighteen and read Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, briefly switching her allegiance over to werewolves in the aftermath. Though she still writes shifters and weres from time to time, Julia now counts herself as a permanent member of Team Vampire.

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of The Warm Taste by Julia Leijon to read and review.

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