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The tattered remnant of their mystical connection appears to drive Quin's erratic suicidal behavior, threatening their bond and their very existence. While Matheus pines for his former love, a hurt and betrayed Alastair must watch the man he loves chase another. Feeling inadequate as a leader, Matheus searches for a way to make Quin remember him, no matter the cost.
With Apollonia is closing in on their home, he must act soon. And to make matters worse, his mortal - and pregnant - sister begrudgingly sets aside her contempt for vampires to ask his help to protect her unborn child from their insane father.
Terrified of losing Quin for good and of facing his father, Matheus faces a damning choice: kill the man he loves or attempt an untested ritual that might destroy them both.
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By Lauren Prouty on 07-20-17
Real Vampires Turn You Every Which Way But Loose
If you could sum up Real Vampires Take No Prisoners in three words, what would they be?
A wild ride.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Real Vampires Take No Prisoners?
When Matheus and Quin FINALLY get together after one hell of a slow burn.
What does James Patrick Cronin bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Well, you can't blame a guy but his voice was a little different for the third book. I get the impression he did the first two books one right after the other. At first I didn't like his take on Quin in the first two books but I came to love (adore it) and as for Matheus he was so totally spot on. The third book, it was like he was trying to remember what they sounded like and Matheus sounded so much harder, losing his boyish voice. Even Alistair was a tad different but his secondary characters were the same and very good. He did the female voices extremely well and I only know of one other narrator who has that knack. I wish Mr. Cronin did more m/m books because he is simply wonderful. He does snark so well!
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
I'm not gay! Well maybe I'm gay...ok I'm gay.
That's Matheus. It was a real arc for Matheus and learning who he really was. (And how strong he really was.)
Any additional comments?
This is has been one of my FAVORITE books. I have laughed, chuckled and there are some beautiful moments captured, some real truths - all beautifully done. The cruelty of the laboratory scenes really horrified me - and it goes on every day here in America - not with vampires but with animals. Also the cruelty that Matheus endures really got to me (but then Quin took care of that in the first book...gotta love the guy). Killed me when Matheus was attacked with baseball bats by some goons in the first book and when Quin saved him saying - I'm here love. - or words to that effect. Ahhhhhhhhh romance. The author is fabulous.