Blood Gamble : Disrupted Magic

  • by Melissa F. Olson
  • Narrated by Amy McFadden
  • Series: Disrupted Magic
  • 10 hrs and 1 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

If there is one city that Scarlett Bernard hates, it's Las Vegas. But when the cardinal vampire of Los Angeles convinces her to go investigate a new vampire-themed stage show, Scarlett quickly finds herself shoulder-deep in sequins, slot machines, and Old World intrigue.
The show's creators are vampire celebrities Arthur and Lucy Holmwood, who once inspired characters from the original Dracula. Now, however, they have no qualms about announcing their true status to the human world, endangering the secrecy of the Old World and Scarlett's mission to keep it hidden.
But before she can begin untangling the Holmwoods' motives, Scarlett also discovers that their new production has attracted more than just fans: Las Vegas's many vampires are suddenly disappearing, and rumors are flying that actual vampire hunters may have followed Arthur and Lucy to town.
Now, without her allies, her bargest, or her frequent partner Jesse Cruz, Scarlett must navigate a new underworld of secrets and murders in a city where nothing is ever as it seems. And the stakes have never been higher.

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Customer Reviews

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Good listen!

Scarlett once again finds herself involved in vampire politics, corruption, murder, & mayhem. We meet a few additional characters whose overall support was well written. The book does end with a surprise (which I wondered if it would happen :)). The narrator did a great job!
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- Book Junkie

Great performer, great mystery

This is a great mystery with tons of other little things going on. Again this numerator does an amazing job at the performance. Doing very well with telling jokes and little quips, the change of voices and tension. I laugh out loud several times when listening to this performer. She's great! Though I really enjoy the regular characters in the scarlet world, it was a fresh look of being taken out of the element that is consistent in the series, which is LA. It was missing a little bit more of the supernatural feel than usual. But I'm one of those people that like it when there's so much going on you can't keep your story straight almost. Lol
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- carey archer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-25-2017
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio