Jul 19, 2011

Review: Night of the Vampires

As a soldier, Cole Granger fights to restore peace to a world divided by war and evil. His extraordinary talents are enlisted to prevent the president’s horrific premonition from becoming reality. Nothing—and no one—will stop him from fulfilling his duty. Especially the mysterious young woman who claims to be his comrade’s sister. Enemy or ally, he can’t yet determine. But one thing he knows for certain is that he must keep her close. Very close.

Megan Fox’s quest to uncover a family secret leads her to the center of vampire riots in West Virginia. To find the answers she needs—and clear herself of suspicion—she must join forces with Cole. They work undercover to bring justice, but they can’t disguise the potent attraction and need that draw them together. Yet trust doesn’t come easily for Cole…and when Megan unearths the grim, dark truth, can she trust him to believe her? 

There was a time when I would simply devour any book from Heather Graham but I have to admit that it has been a few years since I have read any of her books.  So needless to say,  I was really looking forward to reading this one.

This book however wasn't one that would lure into picking up all her books that I have missed.  I found that the pacing was really off with the first third of the book really dragging.  I am glad though that I forced my way through the slow parts as it did really pick up and I ended up enjoying NIGHT OF THE VAMPIRES. 

However I tend to be a fickle reader and normally if the book doesn't grab me during the first chapter then I am off to another book.  So because of the slow start, I don't really feel that I can recommend this particular book.  I rate it a 2.3.

I did receive this book from NetGallery in exchange for the review.  No money exchanged hands and all opinions are my own. 


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