Bled Dry by Erin McCarthy


Vegas Vampires bk 3

Hooking up with a vampire has its risks-but getting pregnant usually isn’t one of them. Tell that to Brittany Baldizzi, who finds herself in the family way with no father in sight. After their one night of passion, vampire Corbin Jean Michel disappeared off the face of the earth-or at least off the Vegas strip.

Corbin is a vampire with a cause, secretly trying to find a cure for his condition. But when he finds out Brittany is pregnant with his child, Corbin can’t keep his paternal instincts from trumping his bloodsucking ones. Even when showing his hand could cost him the woman he can’t help but love.

REVIEW: This was the first book Erin that I have ever read. I mainly picked her up because Cindy keeps raving about her. I have to say that I really enjoyed the book, even if I was a little lost at times. I really hate it when I unknowningly pick up a book and half way through the book I realize that I am missing something. That was about when I realized that *crap* this book is in a series and this isn’t the first book.

Okay all of that being said I really liked this book. I enjoyed the story between Corbin and Brittany. The conflict between them was so heartfelt. Both Corbin and Brittany want a normal life, however because she is mortal and he is a vampire that is impossible. As these two struggle to find that balance you can’t help but sympathize with them, but also root for them.

This was a quick easy read, and I really enjoyed it. Now to go and find the other books in this series.

I give this book a 4 out 5.

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4 Comments

  1. RandiLyn

    I loved this series. I hope you enjoy the rest of the books.

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  2. Cindy W

    I want to read these, glad you like her!

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  3. Heather's Books

    I am reading another of her’s and so far it is okay.

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  4. naida

    Hi, I stumbled upon your blog at random. Great review, I have heard good things about this series.
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