Thursday, June 2, 2011

Review - The Vampire Who Loved Me


Dr. Rebecca Chamberlin hated nothing more than the vampires who had turned her loved ones into creatures of the night…until she became one herself. Now her experimental vaccine has become more urgent than ever, and has made her the target of vampire security chief Achilles Stefanos. 


Built like a god with golden hair and an irresistible allure, Achilles made her feel passion the way no mortal man had before. Beck could no more deny her craving for him than she could the hated bloodlust in her veins. But when her vaccine fell into the wrong hands, Beck has a difficult choice to make—one that challenged everything she’d always believed…..

Dark and dangerous, the Sons of Midnight are a temptation that few can resist! 

My review:

I loved this story. The writing was great and the story just flowed. If you read and liked The Truth About Vampires then you want to pick this one up right away. If you havent read it, then you still need to pick this up.

This is a well-written vampire story that takes place in Seattle. This also shows one of my favorite things about vampire stories. The myth has so much flexibility to it and allows new unique stories to be developed.

The book is not long, but the characters are still well developed as is the setting. You really learn a lot about Beck and Achilles and you enjoy watching their relationship develop and unfold.

The backdrop of their story is about vampires just being reintroduced to the mortal public after being in hiding for a number of years. It really helps set the stage for future stories and gives the characters in this one plenty of conflict to resolve.

If you like vampire stories, this is one series you should not miss. If you are a paranormal fan, its also a series you should not miss. Pick up copies soon you wont be sorry. Im anxiously waiting the next story in the Sons of Midnight, cant wait to find out who it will be about and what happens next in their world.

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