Although she's part faerie, Gwyneth Stevens leads a semi-normal life, working for the Paranormal Regulators Law Office. But all sense of normalcy flies out the window when she's sent to Necro's Magik World and Supernatural Theme Park to investigate a master vampire named Pallo.

Told in the first person, Daughter
of Darkness
reveals Gwen's sexual nature constantly, as she's attracted
to most of the males she comes across,
and is even intimate with them on
various occasions.

This is Roth's debut, and it's the first
of Gwen Stevens' series. The ending
is intense, and the story has spurts
of violence and quite a bit of sexual activity. The next installment is sure
to be captivating, judging from the author's wonderful storytelling capabilities, sardonic humor and vivid
imagination. (dk $6.49, dl $5.99)

Reviewed by: 
Leigh Rowling