Alasdair- Ella Frank

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Bestowed with eternal life by the Ancient Vasilios, Alasdair Kyriakous is one of the most feared and ruthless vampires in existence. His name carries weight across all of the seven continents.

But he is a mystery to his kind, an anomaly among the self-indulgent. While he enjoys the pleasures of the flesh, he is exceptionally particular in his choice of partners and prides himself on his ironclad self-control.

Yet with one look his control will become a thing of the past, and Alasdair will discover that eternal life doesn’t always last forever…

Thrust into a world he could never have imagined, Leo Chapel awakens in his worst nightmare. Taken hostage by the dangerously mesmerizing vampire, Alasdair, Leo must rely on his intelligence to escape before he reveals a secret he isn’t even aware he’s hiding.

Unaware that they’ve been brought together by an outside force and are little more than pawns to a higher power, Alasdair and Leo spend time trying to uncover the other’s secrets, the attraction between them growing stronger all the while.

But enemies are watching and preparing to act against them. When decisions that will alter lives and destinies have to be made—can a dead, grey heart learn to beat again?

Release Date: 13th October, 2015


What I think?

Mother of god, where the hell do I start! This book was so hot! I am not a usual customer of the MM side, but Ella Frank, she can make anything amazing. I fell in love with her writing when I read her for the first time in Veiled Innocence, and then when I came across this, I couldn’t let the chance to read her again pass me by. When I started Alasdair, I expected it to be a bit like Lover at Last by J.R. Ward, which has the same things going for it- vampire, and MM. But man is it so much better.

Leo, Alasdair and Vasilios made one hell of a trio, one of the hottest I have ever come across. Leo is a historian who very coincidentally studies the the same Greece era when Alasdair lived, and was working on recreating the same bath area where Alasdair was turned. Big coincidence there, but as we see, there were a lot of higher powers at work.

So I am not going to say much, and ruin the fun for anyone, but Alasdair was attracted to Leo big time, and Vasilios had his moments with the green monster.

But the ending was so fucking unfair! Come on! I was waiting so impatiently wanting to know what was going to happen and this is how you end it..

“..if Leo lived through this, the three of them would be forever tied.
There was no turning back now.”

I’d read this book about a year ago, coincidentally on the day Isadora was set to release. To say that that ending left me panting and gasping for more was an understatement, and a gross one at that. I was so jacked up that I remember I couldn’t fall asleep, so I’d spent the entire night refreshing amazon’s Isadora page. This has to be one of my all time favorite paranormal MM series.

Love the story line, love the language, love Ella’s writing and most of all love my three boys. It really doesn’t get any better than them.

“Because you are a crack in our foundation, human. A weakness in our bond. Our very existence… You’re connected to something much more powerful than you even know.”

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About the Author:

Ella Frank is the USA Today Bestselling author of the Temptation series, including Try, Take, and Trust. Her Exquisite series has been praised as “scorching hot!” and “enticingly sexy!”

A life-long fan of the romance genre, Ella writes contemporary and erotic fiction and lives with her husband in Portland, OR. You can reach her on the web at and on Facebook at

Some of her favorite authors include Tiffany Reisz, Kresley Cole, Riley Hart, J.R. Ward, Erika Wilde, Gena Showalter, and Carly Philips.

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