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World War II is over and Iris Cole is betrothed to a handsome Captain—but the future is hard to enjoy when she still secretly mourns her lost lover, Lillian. At a military base in Germany she meets the mysterious Beth and becomes something other than human, swept up in Beth's grim cause, and determined to learn what Beth has to do with Lillian. World War II is over and Iris Cole is betrothed to a handsome Captain—but the future is hard to enjoy when she still secretly mourns her lost lover, Lillian. At a military base in Germany she meets the mysterious Beth and becomes something other than human, swept up in Beth's grim cause, and determined to learn what Beth has to do with Lillian.


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World War II is over and Iris Cole is betrothed to a handsome Captain—but the future is hard to enjoy when she still secretly mourns her lost lover, Lillian. At a military base in Germany she meets the mysterious Beth and becomes something other than human, swept up in Beth's grim cause, and determined to learn what Beth has to do with Lillian. World War II is over and Iris Cole is betrothed to a handsome Captain—but the future is hard to enjoy when she still secretly mourns her lost lover, Lillian. At a military base in Germany she meets the mysterious Beth and becomes something other than human, swept up in Beth's grim cause, and determined to learn what Beth has to do with Lillian.

33 review for The Taste of Her

  1. 4 out of 5

    Justina Johnson

    This story is a brand-new and amazing view of vampires for me. It is also historically intriguing and rather romantic. I kept re-reading it, because each time I found something new, which made me only enjoy this novella more and more. I completely recommend this to people new to vampires, experienced followers of vampires, and certainly for anyone looking to be moved and definitely entertained. Bravo! Iris Cole, at one time Mrs. Raymond Gutting, somehow senses that her love of Lillian trumps her This story is a brand-new and amazing view of vampires for me. It is also historically intriguing and rather romantic. I kept re-reading it, because each time I found something new, which made me only enjoy this novella more and more. I completely recommend this to people new to vampires, experienced followers of vampires, and certainly for anyone looking to be moved and definitely entertained. Bravo! Iris Cole, at one time Mrs. Raymond Gutting, somehow senses that her love of Lillian trumps her proximity to Captain Gutting as the primary energy focus in her life. I am not sure if I agree or disagree, but I respect Iris's desire to think and feel that way. There is an interesting dichotomy about how and why Iris is 'turned'. That event is amusingly graphic and shrewdly set just a bit in the background and perhaps slightly off-center. Iris did not seem to have much control over life before she joined the merry group aboard the Wet Witch, a noticeably out-of-date but completely seaworthy clipper ship. Iris is really a dear! Beth is an important member of the Wet Witch entourage and she was the last one to encounter Lillian alive. She was, however, too late to bring Lillian into the 'group'. Beth is continually stimulating and quite diverting. Since she has encountered Lillian, Iris appears to have a bit of a loyal attachment and appreciation for Beth. Additionally, all the crew, the captain included, from the Wet Witch are astonishingly thrilling. It is entirely possible that every one of them could be considered for a spin-off. I would really enjoy that! Nevertheless, Beth is simply breathtaking...in more ways than one! The Wet Witch, herself, is also a wonderful character in addition to being a supportive place for its her crew. For a vampire home base, it was much more alive than the military compound where Mr. and Mrs. Gutting were stationed. Early on, Iris pitches in to keep things ship-shape, but her primary focus and desire is most definitely to learn what Beth knew and experienced with Lillian. Even though Iris' relationship with Lillian occurred before the beginning of this story, it seemed very clear to me that Lillian sired Iris, even though neither were vampires at the time. I really loved Lillian though I only experienced her primarily through Iris's memories with a bit of Beth's experiences tossed in for spice and intrigue. I truly suggest this story not be missed! NOTE: This book was provided by Less Than Three Press for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Anita Roberts

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    LT3 Press

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    the prince

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    Schuyler Greene

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    Kit Kittredge

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    My First Name

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    Joanna

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