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What a great start to what is hoped to be a brilliant new vampire series on the same lines as the Black Dagger Brotherhood. I really enjoyed it, yes it was a bit predictable but aren't all Romance books. Poor Samson is just a love damaged vamp with an erectile disfunction who, after months of trying, is suddenly cured by one unsuspecting human woman who stumbles into his life.
There are lots of Scanguards all over the country/world mentioned in this book so hopefully it will be a long running series.
Worth a credit? If you, like me, like your Vampires handsome, hot and oh so sexy, then you're gonna love these - so it's a YES from me.
30 of 31 people found this review helpful
This is a great opening to a new series. It was the reviews that finally persuaded me to get this book. And for once the reviewers were right. The story is well paced and the premise is right on target. Don't let the descriptive stop you from enjoying this well written vampire story. Think of a vampire story between the BDB and Molly Harpers crew. There are great characters that are introduced for the author to build on. And Kevin Foley does a good job with the narration. I can't wait for the next installment.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful
If you like vampire books this is excellent! I read this book first and then decided to have the audio version. It was excellent a true vampire loves human love story. I thought Samson was my ideal male love story character! The book was full of action and steamy bedroom scenes! If you enjoy a bit of the erotic mixed with vampire action then this book is for you! I thoroughly enjoyed it and look forward to the next book in the series in audio form! I would recommend to anyone who is a vampire fan!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
A fantastic adventure/ horror with love intrigue and monsters. Folsom weaves a plot with so many twists and turns each page is a treasure trove, her characters are essentially indearing with a few love to hate types.
Sampson and Delila are as there names suggest destained but will they get through all those who want to stop them you need to read and find out.
The narration is good and soothing but the odd strange accent throws you at times.
My verdict worth every penny