Book Review

by Laura Wright

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Vampire, Paranormal Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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A bold new voice in vampire romance hits the shelves with Wright’s exciting new Mark of the Vampire trilogy. Wright quickly immerses readers in the lives of three vampire brothers who, like it or not, are being drawn into a brewing vampire war. Despite their sizzling sexual attraction, the gulf between this hero and heroine appears immense, and Wright does a good job laying the foundation of her world. Check it out!

Pureblood vampire Alexander Roman and his brothers Nicholas and Lucian broke away from the Eternal Order and its regimented vampire communities long ago. None of the brothers believe in the lifestyle of “credenti,” or how impure or half vampires are treated. But they are dragged back into vampire politics when Alexander is forcibly thrust into morpho (changed into a breeding male) by the order. The change occurs without warning, making Alexander ill and vulnerable to the sun. Dr. Sara Donohue rescues Alexander, only to be thrust into a dangerous new world. Sara has her own issues, one of which is a stalker who is coincidentally tied to impure vampire Ethan Dare’s plot to destroy the vampire world. (SIGNET ECLIPSE, Oct., 384 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith


Published: October 2010

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