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First Fruits (First Fruits #1) by Amanda Carney. Paranormal Romance Review

Reading minds can be dangerous. 

Parsley Walker can hear people’s thoughts and it’s made her a target. As a natural born telepath who’s also telekinetic—two things that can be disturbingly lucrative in the wrong person’s hands—she’s learned to hide who she is. To be always moving and never at ease. To run from that inevitable moment of discovery. She’s a nomad in a waitress’s uniform. This is how she survives. 

Until him. 

Jesse Linwood is a vampire with a problem. An automaton with sharp teeth, he was sent to evaluate and ultimately abduct her. What he doesn’t expect is the way her blue eyes turn him inside out. Stalking her wasn’t supposed to make him feel anything. She was supposed be like all the others. He begins to unravel and, in the end, makes the choice to pick a fight he knows he cannot win in order to save her life. 

This is the first book in a planned series and DOES end in a cliffhanger. It also includes erotic scenes and graphic violence.

This book has got a cliffhanger ending,  our mean author has left us begging for the next part. Wicked Woman .l.o.l.

Jesse Linwood is a vampire,  his sire is particularly nasty and invades Jesse's mind to make him do unspeakable things. His sire likes to collect the blood from people with special talents. Normally Jesse captures them for him with no trouble, but this latest woman has a strange effect on him.
Parsley Walker has lived most of her life running from one town to another. Trying to keep her abilities hidden. She is  telepathic and telekinetic. A former Foster father may be hunting for her, but he turns out to be the least of her problems.
This is the first part of the story, but there is plenty to get your teeth into. Some very nasty vampires who use sex as a punishment and keep a cellar full of bottled blood from the people they drain the way we would fine wines. Our heroine is not as helpless as you might think. Our hero is sexy ,but emotionally damaged.

 I now need the next book as soon as possible. I loved it.

Amanda Carney grew up barefoot and freckle-faced in the beautiful hills and valleys of rural Ohio. She resides there still with her husband, loyal old dog, and menagerie of beloved cats. When she’s not writing, you can find her with a book in one hand and a crochet hook in the other. Follow her on Twitter @MandyLovesWords or on Facebook for updates on new releases, appearances, contests, and more.




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