Name: Secrets Of A Vampire
Author: Martha Woods
Published: September 22, 2016 by Martha Woods
Purchased: October 8, 2016, free on Kindle. I would like to thank the author for giving me the opportunity to read and review this book.
Blurb: Alex is a young, free-spirited artist who studies at VCU and is a serial tinder dater. She is a typical hopeless romantic looking for love in all the wrong places.
There is a local myth of a vampire who stalks the cemetery in Richmond who is able to walk around in broad daylight. When a pack of travelling vampires, Dominic, Lisette and Bronson want to find out if the myth is true,
It almost seems as if fate makes Dominic and Alex’s paths cross. Dominic is immediately is fascinated by Alex’s creative and rebellious young spirit. But when supernatural powers that are beyond their control start to unleash. They will have to be wary of century old prophecies conjured up by coven of ancient witches.
What will happen next?
Review: At last! After so many disappointments, I get a good book on the fifth one out of the six I’m reading. There were a few typos and a mistake that threw me off; he says her name and then asks what her name is, but out of all that, I enjoyed this book.
I enjoyed it even though I couldn’t really feel much of a romantic connection between the love interests. I’m really glad the author actually included the witch training here unlike with Spellbound By A Vampire.
It made for a more engaging story rather than just focusing on the romance, though that did suffer a bit and I couldn’t really feel anything strong for Dominic and Alex. Then there was the thing with Bronson, I feel like it could’ve brought on a fight with Dom.
The cover gave me the same feelings I’ve had about the other books but the writing is better here and the pace flows nicely for the plot.
I would recommend reading this one and Kiss Of A Vampire.
Thank you for reading my review.