At Grave's End

I am a big enough person to admit when I'm wrong. I didn’t expect much from this story. I was wrong.

As you know a plethora of vampire books have flooded the market over the last ten years. Most are utter rubbish, garbage, junk, waste of time, only good for the paper they are written on get my point.

Sure Anne Rice, Steven King and Laurell K Hamilton weren’t the first but they seemed to give authors everywhere permission to write their own mythology or worse steal from everyone else. Hell, I think half the books I’ve read this month somehow reference a mystical creature of some sort whether it be vampire, zombie, witch, werewolf…etc. Worse many of them unapologetically directly rip off the greats (listed above). Please forgive me if I've forgotten someone.

It’s not to say I don’t enjoy such tales, however authors out there listen up….don’t make me have to draw a graph to understand your mythological system- remember the KISS method, people, you know KISS- Keep it Simple, Stupid.

Author Jeaniene Frost must be one smart cookie- because she combines a simple ‘other’ world with a wonderful story about *gasp* the characters, not the concept.

Half-vampire Cat Crawfield has it all- she’s married to full-vampire Bones. Using disguise after disguise, she protects mortals from vampires that cross the line with the help of her team. She’s repairing the relationship with her mother.

However Cat finds herself caught up in an impending vampiric war. She will have to use everything in her arsenal to survive.

The romance between the two is hot! The action sequences just right. The drama kept me turning the pages to the end. Worth it!




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