By DL Atha
Annalice argues with her mother every time the topic of living in a house so far out in the middle of nothing comes up. Being a self-confident horse woman, single mother and competent doctor seems to have made her feel invincible as she stands her ground every time. This work shows how right mothers can be with out having to know exactly what they are talking about.
Among the vampire books I’ve read set in modern times this one excels. The back story for the vampire is enthralling, the clinical descriptive language pulls you in to see a scientific perspective and the intimate scenes convey the heat. Editing is top notch on this one. Four out of five satisfaction points are awarded to House Atha. Enjoy!