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Bond of Darkness (Texas Vampires Series #3)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 5, 2012

    Ok

    I didnt care for this book. It has too much back and forth. I also think the relationships in the book need more depth.

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  • Posted May 21, 2012

    Satisfying Conlusion The conclusion of the Vampires of Texas tr

    Satisfying Conlusion

    The conclusion of the Vampires of Texas trilogy is told from the perspectives of vampire Ethan Templeton and Texas Ranger Stephanie ‘Steve’ Darling. Ethan and Steve have been lovers off and on for 15 years. When the war between Celeste and Don Rafael heats up Steve starts putting pieces together and realizes many of the deaths of young women across Texas have been caused by a vampire. Is her lover the serial killer? Or are there more vampires out there? She has a duty to uphold the law, but if it’s her lover will she be able to bring him in? There’s only one way to find out the truth. She has to confront Ethan. Will she survive?

    I loved this conclusion to the series. This book was almost entirely in the present day. Only the beginning back tracked a bit into the early 1900s. Told mostly from Ethan’s and Steve’s perspective we get a different view of events as they happened in the other books.

    Many people complained it was confusing or irritating because the story had already been told, but I like seeing a story from another character’s (or characters’) pov. I was able to get a greater grasp on what was happening, so it was a fuller and richer experience for me. I’m a bit sad the story (the trilogy) has ended.

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  • Posted February 6, 2010

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    It's a good vampire series different.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2008

    Disappointing

    I was really looking forward to this latest installment and was very disappointed. Not enough about Steve and Ethan and too much of what already happened in Rafael and Grania's book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 10, 2008

    an enjoyable paranormal romantic police procedural

    Texas Ranger Stephanie ¿Steve¿ Reynolds is assigned as lead investigator into the serial killing of women throughout the state. Each victim has the same teeth marks on their necks. A bite Steve recognizes, though she is not a forensic dentist, as belonging to her lover Ethan Templeton or more likely she considers one of his kind.-------------- A vampire charged to keep Texas safe, Ethan knows a rogue has invaded the state. He must bring the killer to justice while also keeping his beloved human Steve safe as he thinks she is a probable target of the homicidal vampire. To keep her from harm, Ethan believes he must convert her into an undead, but he knows that doing this most likely means his demise.-------------- The third ¿Bond¿ Texas vampire thriller (see BLOND OF BLOOD and BOND OF FIRE) is an enjoyable paranormal romantic police procedural. The story line is fast-paced perhaps too fast as events flash by rather rapidly. However, in spite of an acceleration that makes the DC Flash look like the Turtle, fans of the undead world of Diane Whiteside will appreciate Ethan¿s dilemma re the mortal woman he loves.------------- Harriet Klausner

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