Humor and romance mix delightfully in Katie MacAlister’s New York Times best-selling novels. In this installment of the Dark Ones series, Pia is discovering that wedded bliss with a vampire is a very elusive proposition. With her hubby not trusting her, and his best friend missing, Pia finds solace in her plain old Seattle life. But that all changes when she and Kristoff are falsely implicated in crimes against vampire-kind.
Love in vein: spend some more time with the Dark Ones.
©2009 Katie MacAlister (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC
I'm stubborn, never wrong and prefer wine and audio books then human company.
The plot had contradicting information from book 6. It seems like these last 2 books weren't thought out appropriately.
This has a wonderful ending
This was very hard to listen to as she would speak at wavering speeds. It sounded very glitchy.
I really loved this one which one the suite of "Zen and the Art of Vampires " I laughted a lot the humor is just the same and the story is great! I recommend it!!
The second books just drags on, it lacks the little quirks of the first books. I don't think I am going to finish this one, the interest isn't there.
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