Child of the Night is the first book in the Power of the Blood world.
Carol Robins is vacationing in Bordeaux, France trying to recover from the tragic failure of her marriage and the possibility that she has been infected with a fatal disease. At a small sidewalk café she meets the enigmatic Andre and her life changes forever in a brutal and shocking way. Andre is not a man but a vampire, cruel, intent on making Carol his next kill, and she has to find a way to save herself.
Carol's bargain with the devil leads to her being dragged further and further down into the murky world of darkness, leaving her at the mercy of the merciless blood drinker. Suddenly, the impossible happens, and both mortal and immortal are swept to the edge of madness. Her one thought becomes an obsession: Escape Andre and this nest of vampires!
But soon Carol is forced to return to the lair of the undead Andre because now more than just her life is on the line. In a final tension-packed life-or-death confrontation, Carol is desperate to prevent the disastrous outcome that both she and Andre foresee as inevitable.
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
Yes, the story was ok. The first 1/3 was great ... the middle 1/3 kind of droned on and on ... the last 1/3 was good again
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
umm ... wow ... ok ... REALLY? OK!!!
What about Emily Beresford’s performance did you like?
Emily always does a wonderful job. Ive listened to a few of her books.
Any additional comments?
I received this book for free in exchange for on honest review.