There's something otherworldly about Alexander Claybourne. With his dark, arresting features and mesmerizing eyes, the seductive stranger looks every inch a vampire. Kara Crawford laughed at local talk of creatures lurking in the dark. She never imagined Alex was one.
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This book started out as your run of the mill vampire fantasy, but then quickly turned into something much much worse and much cheesier. The romance in this book tries way too hard and feels so underdeveloped. Made me cringe at times.
Not to mention the narrator sounded like an automated monotone throughout the whole book. No inflection, no excitement.
the narrator made the characters sound very whiney. the end of the story did not make sense.