Friday, January 2, 2015

Vampire Trouble (Dead in the City #2) by Sara Humphreys

Shane Quesada, a four-century old vampire sentry, is known for cold, unemotional precision when hunting rogue vampires.

Maya Robertson is a youngling vampire who will not be controlled—and to prove it, she rejects Shane’s protection—only to find herself in over her head with an alpha werewolf.

Soon, a war between the coven and the werewolf clan ignites, and Maya and Shane flee to Louisiana, where their passion for each other grows—as does Maya’s power. When she finds herself at the center of the conflict, will she finally trust Shane with her life—and her heart?

My review:
The stick in the mud rule follower and the wild child trouble maker.  When we met Maya in TALL, DARK, AND VAMPIRE I didn’t like her a whole lot.  She struck me as a spoiled brat pita. That continued through the first part of this book but circumstances often force you to grow up and Maya does a lot of growing in this book.  By the end she had earned my respect. It was fun watching by the book Shane fall for Maya and make all the guy mistakes. It goes to prove that guys through the centuries are still guys and prone to foot in mouth disease.  All in all this was a fun book and though the second in the series I think it stands well on its own.   

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