Book Review

JABRIL
by D.B. Reynolds

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

2010 Small Press Paranormal/Fantasy/Futuristic Award Winner

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A strong heroine, a sensual vampire and a menacing villain, evil in every sense of the word -- it doesn't get much better than this second installment in the Vampires in America series. Readers will have a tough time closing the book on this riveting story. Reynolds' complex mythology includes eight vampire lords who control North America. A top- notch series!

Vampire Lord Raphael ends his relationship with P.I. Cynthia Leighton, and Houston-based Lord Jabril Karim hires her to find a teenage runaway. Cyn's glad to get out of L.A., but Jabril is a monster who doesn't abide by the laws. He took custody of two young sisters, Mirabelle and Liz, to get control of their fortune, then forced Mirabelle to become a vampire. Liz ran before he could do the same to her. Cyn wants to help the sisters, but Jabril plans to enslave her. Meanwhile in L.A., Raphael becomes a suspect in a series of vampire killings. (IMAJINN, Aug., 252 pp., $15.00)

Reviewed By: Gail Pruszkowski

Publisher: IMAJINN

Published: August 2009

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