Book Review

by Robin T. Popp

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

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Popp's Night Slayer adventures branch out into new territories for even higher stakes in this latest chapter. The use of chupacabras as characters in the books gives extra dimension to these stories. That these creatures are not evil but capable of creating great evil adds shades of gray to the storyline. Popp is at the top of her craft, continuing to deliver stories that are rich in romance and the paranormal.

When Detective John Boehler sees Jessica Winslow running through
a park waving a sword, he thinks she's nuts. He soon learns that Jessica is
a hereditary vampire hunter from England visiting her uncle, Admiral Charles Winslow, who heads up the Night Slayers organization. John has already been exposed to the killers known as Exsanguinators, but what he didn't realize at the time was that these killers are vampires.

Now a dangerous serial killer
has been made a vampire, and he has Jessica in his sights. John must quickly adapt to this new world if he is to survive and save Jessica. Complicating the scenario is the re-emergence of vampire Sheldon Harris, who kills
only dangerous criminals and offers
his help to John. John is up against dark powers and, unless he's careful, he could get burned. (WARNER FOREVER,
Jan., 336 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Warner Forever

Published: January 2007

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