Reviewed by: Linda Tonis
Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team
A vampire and a vampire hunter meet at a club, that could be the beginning of a joke but this book is anything but a joke, in fact it is a book filled with surprises and secrets.
Hannah Jacobs is a vampire hunter and meets John Trott, a vampire at a club where there is an instant attraction between them. Neither of them knows about the other and that is just one of many secrets they have. In addition to the secrets they have from each other there are secrets that neither of them are aware of. I have to do this review very carefully because it would be so easy to reveal spoilers and that is something I do not want to do. It seems that every time I think there can be no more secrets there are.
Hannah and John fall madly in love with each other and he has no idea what she does and she has no idea what he is. Hannah’s parents were both killed by vampires and it would not be surprising if she hated them. As their relationship gets stronger John is the only one who knows that his secret could destroy her love for him. John is more than just an ordinary vampire and that is something I really would love to divulge but won’t. I mention it only to wet your appetite and believe me there is so much more.
Hannah and her fellow agents are assigned to find and destroy the Vampire Prince a job that is more dangerous than anything they have ever done, it is an assignment that could leave Hannah and her friends dead at the hands of a vicious, dangerous and blood thirsty vampire.
Hannah is in possession of the Book of Origins which her father left for her and it is up to John’s human friend Price to translate it and find out it’s meaning. There is a belief that the book could hold the means of a cure for vampirisim, something that vampires want destroyed and humans would want to eliminate them.
The secondary characters in this book are every bit as wonderful as the main characters and each is an important part of Hannah’s life. Is it possible for Price to find answers to curing vampirisim? Could John be cured and live a normal life with Hannah? At this point I want to reveal everything because it is hard not to share but I won’t share because it will take away from everything you should discover on your own. Believe me this book doesn’t give you a chance to say “What the —–” before something else happens.
The book does end in somewhat of a cliffhanger but not one that makes me want to throw the book out the window, it just makes me hungry for the next one which I hope will be soon.