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This bundle includes all four books in the Vengeance and Vampires series by USA Today best-selling author Alicia Rades. 

I'm Rachel Collins, low witch and raven shifter in hiding. I spend my days tending the cash register at a local magic shop and my nights patrolling the streets for vampires with a death wish. Until the night I spot the mark of the Soulless on some lowly vampire's wrist. 

The Soulless answer to Valkas, the original vampire and the most ruthless of them all. They’re the same bloodsuckers who murdered my parents and kidnapped my sister. I want answers — and maybe a little revenge. 

Along comes Venn, a handsome, protective wolf shifter who takes my breath away. We're both after the same guy, and as much as it kills me to ask for help, I kind of need it. 

Heaven help me. The dark, dangerous road we’re traveling together will either free my sister or get me killed.

©2018 Alicia Rades (P)2020 Alicia Rades

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Whiny protagonist

The main character is whiny or stupid-brave by turns and should have been dead about ten times over. There was a disconnect for me as these ass kicking group of supposed adults blush if they’re caught looking at each other. Come on, they aren’t kids. I’m not going to bring any spoilers to the review but I have to say it all seemed contrived