Annabelle masters vampires as well as she does shifters
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Annabelle wrote one of my favourite shifter series, the Regent’s Park Pack, now it looks like she’s just written one of my favourite vampire stories too.
I love paranormal, it’s top of my tree alongside fantasy and Sci-Fi, so finding great books which make your heart pound and your stomach clench is a joy.
In this, the bad guy really is bad, there are real consequences for mixing the paranormal world with the human one and there’s the start of a love which literally changes lives.
Ian and Jessie were wonderful characters, but there’s also a great supporting cast that I’m desperate to know more about.
Two strong female characters who buck the stereotypical trend for a best friend, a world which doesn’t know that potential killers walk the streets anonymously.
Annabelle’s Bristol is a city of secrets and, while this book still feels mostly British, it has an edge to it which lets the reader experience the trepidation Ian and Cate feel when they get the confirmation that vampires do exist.
I loved everything about this book. I haven’t hated a bad guy quite as much for ages!
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.