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The Nightlife: London

The Nightlife Series, Book 4
Narrated by: Johanna Fairview
Series: The Nightlife, Book 4
Length: 5 hrs and 31 mins
Categories: Romance, Fantasy
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Vampires Aaron and Michelle enlist the aid of Russian mercenary werewolves to track down their greatest adversary - Michael Jamison - the man who stole Michelle's blood and left her for dead. Take a ride through the seedy strip clubs and back alleys of London for a vampire hunt and a bloody wicked dark romance.

Aaron and Michelle prowl the streets of Soho for a vampire killer. To assist their hunt, favors are called in from Russian mercenaries.

Wolves Katya and Ivan, hunters adept at killing rogue vampires, set aside their animosity for Aaron and Michelle to stop Jamison from murdering another woman - he already has one bloodless victim lying in the morgue.

Jamison, ex-special forces, feels the squeezing vice grip of his enemies closing in, but he won't go easy. With Albanian mafia doing his dirty work, Jamison stages a bloody showdown.

Will the hunters survive the deadly trap?

Experience the violent, sensual underworld of London nightlife as Aaron and Michelle mix up a steamy, chaotic blend of sex, paranormal romance, mayhem, and vengeance. Bite into your copy now!

©2016 Travis Luedke (P)2016 Travis Luedke

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Ugh

The frequency of smirks increased significantly in this book compared to the previous in the series. This was very disappointing, as I was sure the habit was being broken. Chapter 17 around the second minute, about halfway through the novel as a whole is a particularly nasty bit of smirking. Two or three smirks in a matter of a few sentences. Absolutely unacceptable. If I were an English teacher, I'd be marking up that part in red ink. "Show, don't tell!"