A Deep Dark Call

A Deep Dark Call

I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, by tales of the village?s mystical guardians and my darkly handsome employer. Ioan Marcu is as en I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that t...

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Title:A Deep Dark Call
Author:Rose Vane
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Genres:Romance
ISBN:B0769Y5QHM
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:133 pages pages

A Deep Dark Call Reviews

  • Daniela
    Nov 25, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

  • Sissy's Romance Book Review
    Dec 11, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

  • Brittany Kay
    Dec 05, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Cameo
    Oct 29, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Jenny Q
    Dec 04, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Bambi Unbridled
    Dec 05, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

  • Ƥʋиʏα [Punya Reviews...]
    Dec 07, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Mackenzie
    Nov 16, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Gigi staub
    Dec 05, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

  • Margaret Fisk
    Jan 31, 2018

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

  • Katie Michaels
    Dec 06, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

  • Michaelene
    Dec 03, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

  • Emily
    Dec 04, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Lovey Dovey Books
    Dec 05, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

  • ✼Danielle✼
    Dec 09, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Skye Kilaen
    Dec 04, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Kira
    Nov 29, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

  • Irina-Marina Borţoi
    Nov 25, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Heather andrews
    Nov 26, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

  • Dianna
    Dec 07, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

  • Rhian Jones
    Nov 25, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Yessenia
    Dec 08, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • InformationSuperhero
    Jan 03, 2018

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Amanda
    Dec 05, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • iulia
    Dec 05, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • ♡ Jeri's Book Attic ♡  I am
    Dec 21, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Jon
    Jan 22, 2018

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • JadeofShade
    Dec 16, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Gogol
    Nov 30, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Marianne Post
    Jan 07, 2018

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Lady Bea
    Dec 07, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Angie
    Dec 01, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Chitradurga Banerjee
    Jan 03, 2018

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • LovelyOwl
    Dec 02, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Deux
    Jan 14, 2018

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Ioana Costache
    Dec 04, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Jan Downie
    Dec 07, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Rosalinda Herrera Erazo
    Dec 09, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Robbin SaveLand
    Nov 05, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Cristina Andrei
    Nov 25, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Siera
    Jan 04, 2018

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Shelby Maritt
    Jan 04, 2018

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • AcuaLite
    Dec 07, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Catalina
    Jan 06, 2018

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Nadina
    Nov 28, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

  • Michi D
    Dec 04, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

  • I.C.
    Dec 05, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

  • Steliana
    Dec 20, 2017

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

  • Yvonne Lindquist
    Jan 03, 2018

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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  • Kori
    Jan 17, 2018

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't have minded so much if they genuinely seemed to like each other but they did not. The ...

    DNF I was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor house, a possible curse, and questionable circumstances surrounding the death of the her...

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower?s daughter. It?s all gothic and moody and I?d hit ?take my money, online eBook retailer!? at the point in the blurb where it mentions she has erotic dreams. Didn?t even bother...

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor. Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep?inspired, no doubt, b...

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons. I did like the setting of Wallachia/Romania, as that is still somewhat unique when ...

    3.5 stars. This was an okay read for me, overall. A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I?ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel to this paranormal story. Lucy travels to the wilds of Wallachia to be a go...

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do realize that paranormal romances aren't supposed to have much to do with "real stuff"...

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You Over This is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about the truth behind ancient beliefs and the cost of being spread across an unbelievin...

    Published on Lovey Dovey Books A Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore. Lucy Cross travels to a strange, distant Wallachia because there is nothing and no one left for her in E...

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I?m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it ? I was afraid I might get a Dracula-falls in love with-governess plot. Thank God it wasn?t that! It...

    A page-turner of refined historical romance, Rose Vane?s novel revolves around myths and mysteries of Wallachia, delineated as a remote outlandish realm in the eyes of governess Lucy, appointed to attend to the education of Alexandra, Boyar Marcu?s daughter. She arrives at the Boya...

    Expect the unexpected! Rose Vane takes your classical werewolf story and gives it a twist, turning it into the stuff of legend and myth. Set in the land of Dracula, 'A Deep Dark Call' brings together a sultry English rose with a mysterious past and a hot, enigmatic Wallachian boyar tor...

    I loved the book! It was fast-paced, uncontrived, the ending was unexpected, the characters well-built. How refreshing that the male hero was NOT a jerk, but crunchy at the same time! That's a difficult thing to accomplish. As for the heroine, I could totally identify with her! I loved...

    Ioan is more animal than man at times, ?then everybody will be able to see I?ve branded you as mine,? he said with something akin to a growl of masculine satisfaction." I loved when Lucy found her voice, ?then I shall come with you,? she said, leaving no room for further argu...

    A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the story of Lucy and Ioan. Lucy has come to town to be a live in governess for Ioan's daughter, Alexandra. They have instant attraction to each other but also a complicated one for sure. This was a really Hot quick read with about 133 pages. ...

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