Jasper’s tattoo artist heroine returns for the second chapter of The Dark Ink Chronicles. Her characters remain unique while vampires run rampant, with the steamy Savannah background providing the perfect setting. As with Afterlight, Everdark takes you by the throat from the first chapter and holds on until the very end. A fantastic series destined for the keeper shelf.

Riley Poe is a tattoo artist turned vampire magnet. Her blood is undeniably compelling to vampires. After a brutal attack, Riley now has a psychic link to a vampire on a killing spree. Along with inheriting unique qualities from her assailants, she also experiences death after death from the victims’ point of view. She fears her new skills won’t be enough to stop the onslaught, and she’ll have to find a way to ask for help from the one vampire she can trust. The one vampire she loves. (SIGNET ECLIPSE, Jun., 336 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed by: 
Terri Dukes