The Voluntary Vampire Extinction Movement headquarters are destroyed, and their pet horror, the Oracle, is on the loose. She'll stop at nothing to turn the world into a vampire's paradise, even if it means helping the Soul Eater become a god and harnessing his power for her own evil ends.
An ancient vampire, a blood-sucking near deity and oh, yeah, my presently human former sire thrown into the mix. I say bring it on. May the best monster win.
©2007 Jennifer Armintrout; (P)2007 Audible, Inc.
All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form. This edition is published by arrangement with Harlequin Books S.A. All characters in this book are fictitious. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.
I download alot of books that are okay...but, this is a really worthy series (read them all)! This is the third in the series, and way better written than your standard present day vampire tale; the characters are strong (okay, there's a romantic angle thrown in) -- but, the lure is intact (you can tell the writer knows her way around the subject matter), and the plotting will keep you going from start to finish.
I was a little worried with the second book, so I actually listened to a few others before book three. I enjoyed it more. Kari wasn't as annoying. It also leaves a decent curiousity factor for the next book.
A very unusual tale that pulls you into it even if you initially think it to be bizarre. There's something about vampire tales that challenge the imagination. The depth of detail in this series blows your mind.
This is an excellent book and series! I must admit I've fallen in love Nathan, Carrie, Max, and the whole crew! I sure hope that she doesn't leave the series here! I want MORE!
This is definately not a Twilight or even Vampire Diaries, not a teen listen for sure, but that is what makes it so great! A vampire series for adults that is compelling and grows on you the more you listen to it! If there is ever another book in the series you can bet I will own it as soon as it is available! I'd go as far as to buy the book and actually read it if it didn't make it to audio right away, and I really hate reading when I can listen to them and not have to curl up with a book all day!
This is a great story with fantastic characters and an excellent good storyline.
The continuing stroy and the relationship of the characters.
I liked the first book, the second books seemed to lose focus and this third book I couldn't even finish. The main character is annoying and after awhile I just wanted her to go away.
I don't recommend this book to anyone.
Management consultant, video game player, avid reader of all types of books, and happily married father of four. I'll read just about anything, from Fantasy and SciFi, to mysteries and ChickLit.
Though there's a resolution of sorts, there are plenty of loose ends left in this unconventional romance. Definitely not happily-ever-after, perhaps this is more of a reflection of our current cynical age than a more traditional romance.
The vampirism seems much more like a gimmic. These undead may be hundreds of years old (some of them at least), but they still seem like a bunch of whiny, babied, "I don't know myself yet" thirty/fourty somethings. I guess thirty is the new thirteen?
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