Love Your Entity By Cat Devon

Sierra Brennan can inherit her great-uncle’s historic Chicago townhouse under one condition: She must live there for thirty consecutive days. What could possibly go wrong? As a writer and a ghost whisperer, Sierra has a vast imagination and a brave spirit. But not even she is prepared for the gorgeous—and naked—vampire who greets her at the door.
Ronan McCoy has spent the past century waiting to come home…to this house. The presence of the beautiful, brazen Sierra is one complication he doesn’t expect. The other is Hal, a dangerous ghost and original member of Al Capone’s gang who’s dead-set on revenge. What is a formerly indentured vampire supposed to do to get a moment’s peace? All he knows for sure is that he must protect Sierra from Hal. But once he has her in his arms, can he ever let her go? Life—and love—is becoming stranger than fiction for Sierra…and more delicious than she and Ronan could have
ever imagined… in Love Your Entity.
This is the 3rd book in the series, and I have to say after reading all of them, this is completely by far my favorite.You could tell when the authors’ sense of humor was coming out in the book.  There were just some parts of the story that made me laugh hysterically, even to the point where I was reading them out loud to my family. In this book we have Sierra who can talk to ghosts, and I thought that was a really good twist to the story and ti wasn’t just another vampire book.  That is one thing that I do enjoy about this series, even though some of the characters are vampires, it’s not all about them.  There is more to what goes on in that town than just vamps.
We have Ronan, who is a recently freed from being an indentured vampire.  I do have to say right from the start I was weary of him, and even come the ending of the book I’m still unsure how I feel about him.
One thing that I would have wanted to find out is Sierra is a writer; does she actually use the experiences she has with the ghosts in her books?  How much of her stories are based on truth and how much is not?
Another big thing that I completely enjoyed about this book was how the author brought her fans into this story.  In quite a few different ways; she did a call out for everyone who has supported her books, in the book itself.  I think that was fabulous of her because she’s showing how she appreciates what everyone has done for her.
Overall I did completely enjoy this book and it’s my favorite book of her by far.

Click HERE to read my review of Sleeping With The Entity!
Click HERE to read my review of The Entity Who Came for Christmas!