Series: Crescent City Fae #1
Published by Bayou Moon Press on March 6th 2013
Genres: Fantasy, Fiction, Paranormal, Romance
It’s tough being a faery in New Orleans, a city fraught with vampires… especially when their very existence drains your life-force.
Willow Rhoswen, owner of The Fated Cupcake and part-time vampire hunter for the Void is having a rough week. Four years after her twin brother’s mysterious death, Willow’s life is threatened and the director saddles her with a new partner—her ex-boyfriend, David. To her horror, he’s turned vamp, which causes her physical pain whenever she touches him… and any other specimen of the undead.
In order to save Willow’s life, David agrees to turn double agent against the most powerful vampire organization in New Orleans. Or so he says. And she’s convinced they know something about her brother’s death. Unsure where David’s loyalties lie, she turns to Talisen, her childhood crush, to help her solve the mystery.
Caught between two gorgeous men and a director who’ll stop at nothing to control Willow’s gifts, she’ll have to follow her instincts and learn who to trust. Otherwise, she risks losing more than just her life.
My take on this book: CAUTION! IF YOU HAVE NOT READ THIS BOOK YET. CONTINUE AT YOUR OWN RISK! THIS REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!!!
I don’t read many books by Deanna Chase but this is a pretty good book. I only gave it a four stars because it was good but not great in my mind unlike some of the other books I have read. That and I don’t think I liked the ending of this one that is if I am remembering the same ending or not.
Anyways this book has a whole lot of fun stuff in it. I mean who would ever think that a faery would ever have once loved, maybe still does, a vampire. Granted yes he was human when they were dating but that’s beside the point. This book has a lot of fun curveballs that it throws at you when you think you have a clue on what is going on. I should know I have had to step back and rethink about it before continuing on as I go and cross off what I thought was real wasn’t.
This book is really good and I am happy that my mom told me about it.
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