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I think I will be able to listen to him narrate the other books and enjoy them. When I started listening to this story, I thought it was rather ridiculous and corny. I'm mean, c'mon, a vampire with erectile dysfunction? And only one human woman can cure him of not being able to get it up? I powered through the first few chapters and once I got past the corniness, the story started to suck me in. Aside from the sex where there was a lot of the story and the danger surrounding Delilah had me curious as to what the bad guy was up to, why they were trying to kill her, and how Samson's company factored into it.

I was intrigued enough by the mystery in the plot to keep going. As for Samson as a vampire, well, we know right from the get go that he has a problem getting it up. Then Delilah comes along and hallelujah, his plumbing is working again!! It's funny if you really think about it. It tried not to but there are so many really satirical moments, almost like Ms Folsom is poking fun at the whole vampire genre, what with Samson being the way he is.

There are glimpses when we see Samson as a true alpha male vampire, but those are few and far between. Most of the time, he's an emotional mess with anger management issues or a complete sap over Delilah.

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I kinda wish he'd man up. Delilah, I was fairly blase about for the most part right up until she finds out Samson is a vampire. Then she flips out and digs her heels in and refuses to believe anything he says, refuses to acknowledge her own feelings, refuses to see reason, and basically refuses everything. She annoys the crap out of me at this point. I understand having the heroine take a little while to accept and believe what is going on, especially for something as fantastical as the fact that she's having a relationship with a vampire but this goes on beyond ridiculous.

She remains adamant that she does not love Samson and keeps accusing him of lying to her. I do not feel Samson lied to her and I felt her accusations were ridiculous and unfounded. I have a hair trigger when it comes to deception and lying in stories I read, and none of what Samson did or said triggered my liar radar. I wanted to smack Delilah across the head with a two-by-four and tell her to wake up and smell the cappuccino. Her resistance to what Samson was, how he felt about her and how she felt about him went on for too long.

A lot of her self-denial and reasons for not wanting a relationship with Samson also didn't make a lot of sense. It made me lose patience with the book. I gave this book 4 stars the first time I read it, I think the same rating remains even with the reading this time round.

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Some light spoilers ahead. At first, this story had me intrigued. There was a definite suspense element and, I have to say, that throughout the book it was fairly well portrayed. But I really disliked Samson and Delilah. Delilah was a bit more bearable, but I had almost zero empathy for Samson as an individual. I kind of "get" why he was such a conceited A-hole, but that still didn't make me like him. And the "romance" between them was rushed and completely physical. I really needed to have more time between them before I could buy that.

The sexy parts were fairly well written When I started listening to this story, I thought it was rather ridiculous and corny. I'm mean, c'mon, a vampire with erectile dysfunction? And only one human woman can cure him of not being able to get it up? I powered through the first few chapters and once I got past the corniness, the story started to suck me in.

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Aside from the sex where there was a lot of the story and the danger surrounding Delilah had me curious as to what the bad guy was up to, why they were trying to kill her, and how Samson's company factored into it. I was intrigued enough by the mystery in the plot to keep going. As for Samson as a vampire, well, we know right from the get go that he has a problem getting it up. Then Delilah comes along and hallelujah, his plumbing is working again!!


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It's funny if you really think about it. It tried not to but there are so many really satirical moments, almost like Ms Folsom is poking fun at the whole vampire genre, what with Samson being the way he is. There are glimpses when we see Samson as a true alpha male vampire, but those are few and far between. Most of the time, he's an emotional mess with anger management issues or a complete sap over Delilah. I kinda wish he'd man up. Delilah, I was fairly blase about for the most part right up until she finds out Samson is a vampire. Then she flips out and digs her heels in and refuses to believe anything he says, refuses to acknowledge her own feelings, refuses to see reason, and basically refuses everything.

She annoys the crap out of me at this point.


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I understand having the heroine take a little while to accept and believe what is going on, especially for something as fantastical as the fact that she's having a relationship with a vampire but this goes on beyond ridiculous. She remains adamant that she does not love Samson and keeps accusing him of lying to her.

I do not feel Samson lied to her and I felt her accusations were ridiculous and unfounded. I have a hair trigger when it comes to deception and lying in stories I read, and none of what Samson did or said triggered my liar radar. I wanted to smack Delilah across the head with a two-by-four and tell her to wake up and smell the cappuccino.

Her resistance to what Samson was, how he felt about her and how she felt about him went on for too long. A lot of her self-denial and reasons for not wanting a relationship with Samson also didn't make a lot of sense. It made me lose patience with the book.

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I gave this book 4 stars the first time I read it, I think the same rating remains even with the reading this time round. One person found this helpful. Some light spoilers ahead. At first, this story had me intrigued. There was a definite suspense element and, I have to say, that throughout the book it was fairly well portrayed.

But I really disliked Samson and Delilah. Delilah was a bit more bearable, but I had almost zero empathy for Samson as an individual. I kind of "get" why he was such a conceited A-hole, but that still didn't make me like him. And the "romance" between them was rushed and completely physical. I really needed to have more time between them before I could buy that. The sexy parts were fairly well written I snerked when he got to "down below". I could help but think, "Quick, we must conquer the African bush! However, my biggest issue as a reader of Paranormal and Science Fiction is that it seemed the author had very little worldbuilding from the beginning.

There were too many, "Oh, yeah, and this exists, or that happens" that appeared at the end of the book.

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It seemed rushed and just a plug to smooth out any wrinkles in the story thus far. Also, Delilah's turnaround from "I have to get away from the crazy madman vampire and the sight of blood makes me faint" to "Samson is MINE, I LOVE him with all my heart, and he can only drink from ME" was, to say the least, rushed and completely unbelievable. There were other issues, but to wrap up: It's a decent light read if you can get passed some sloppy world-building and character development.

The intimate parts were a lot of fun, and the intrigue-based plot was middling-to-solid. Samson's Lovely Mortal turned out to be a delightful surprise! Samson and Delilah entertained me from the start with a case of mistaken identity and Samson thinking the lovely Delilah was, well, a hooker sent by his friends to help him with a, erm, hydraulics issue he was having with his manly bits. And the fun continued from there as they discover her life is at risk and Samson steps in to keep her safe.

So why this one was such a surprise. I was really expecting a darker more serious book based on the cover but this one turned out to be rather funny and cheeky. And I loved that! Samson and Delilah were both great characters. Samson was kind of a riot. The guy was really having a rough go not being able to get his dangly bits to cooperate with him and rise to the occasion.

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You just never see a big, strong, sexy alpha male hero having those issues. He's a little grouchy and a little, hrm, frustrated but a great hero. I so don't know if it was intentional or not but she goes at it in this one scene and it has me freaking rolling it was so funny watching her try to be a badass. I had a good hoot over it. The romance between them was fun and steamy I loved all of the hot and heavy moments. They had great chemistry and with some drama now and again were just fun to watch together.

It was a good time as he did his best to hide his vampirism and the two tried to figure out exactly who was behind the attacks coming her way. All in all, from romance to humor and a touch of suspense Folsom put together a delightful and entertaining read that had me chuckling and fanning myself as these two fell in love. China Rich Girlfriend Kevin Kwan. Big Little Lies Liane Moriarty.

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