Four sisters fighting to stay alive.
One father plotting to make sure that they fail...
Meet Jezebel, a red-haired vampire/succubus with dark appetites. She's also a private investigator living in Sin City, and tracking down cheating spouses is her specialty. Life is good until one night when Jez is visited by a stranger named Dorian Hart who hands her a letter with some shocking revelations.
This book has dark humor and plenty of twists and turns. It is not erotica, but there are some intimate scenes in book two.
The Daughters of Darkness is a series of female heroines who may or may not know each other, but all have the same father - Vlad Montour, Prince of Darkness (also known as Vlad the Impaler, an evil villain from history). Four authors will each take a different daughter.
Blair - Chrissy Peebles
Jezebel - Kristen Middleton
Victoria - W. J. May
Lotus - C. J. Pinard
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Yeah. Anyone who enjoys paranormal and audio would probably love this book. It's very entertaining.
I always hate comparing. I'm not sure it really reminded me of anything else I've read but a few books that are similar genre that I also enjoy are Charlaine Harris Sookie Stackhouse series, almost anything by A.L. Kessler and of course anything by the author Kristen Middleton.
I love her voice! She's clear and has a wide range of voices and expression making anything she narrates wonderful.
Jezebel. She's a vampire/succubus and a P.I. who's uniquely talented at her job. She's tough and intelligent.
I totally enjoyed the entertainment value in this story. It's a short read that flows easy and can be listened to in one sitting. The storyline is unique and fun.
- Erika "Budding audiobook enthusiast!"
Sexy, sometimes silly fun
Sure. It actually reminded me a little of Lost Girl. I liked the idea of a succubus trying to help humans with their issues. I'm interested in the upcoming parts as well.
Alex :P I always love her flamboyant male characters.
This was a fun story. I liked the premise, though honestly, I was more interested in Jezebel helping the humans with their problems than I was with all of the paranormal creatures and Jezebel's family. I did find the fantastical creatures interesting, especially the BEK. The comment about them sounding like the name of a band was also pretty funny.
Some things were silly and cliche, like, "Vlad is your father!" I laughed. I also saw the twist at the end coming.
I love the effort Nina puts into all of her characters, especially the accents. I found all of the characters to be believable.