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Even Vampires Get the Blues (Dark Ones Series #4)

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5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

wild zany private investigative romantic fantasy

Moravian Dark One Paen Scott seems doomed as he is the only one of his brothers born without a soul. His only chance is to find his beloved who can bring his soul to him. However Paen has no hope in ever obtaining his soul as he does not believe in love so makes no ef...
Moravian Dark One Paen Scott seems doomed as he is the only one of his brothers born without a soul. His only chance is to find his beloved who can bring his soul to him. However Paen has no hope in ever obtaining his soul as he does not believe in love so makes no efforts to try to find his soul mate instead he spends his time translating ancient manuscripts. --- An Alastor, Casper Green shows poof to Paen that his father, away in South America, owes the Oriens a statue of the Jiln God and they have sent him to collect. Failure to pay will cost his mother her soul. Paen hires her half-breed human elf Samantha Cosse and her cousin purebred fairy Clare, who just opened up a private investigative firm as the former is excellent at locating lost items, to locate the missing artifact. Attracted to one another, she takes on another case to find her beloved┬┐s missing soul. --- EVEN VAMPIRES GET THE BLUES is a wild zany private investigative romantic fantasy in which the three elements blend smoothly together leading to readers having e a great time perusing this book. The story line is part humor yet builds suspense as fans ponder if Sam can save her soul mate, who refuses to recognize who she is, and his mother. As with SEX, LIES, AND VAMPIRES and SEX AND THE SINGLE VAMPIRE, Katie MacAlister provides a frenzied fun frolic. ---Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Not her best 'Supernatural'

I have read the first three of this 'Vampire Series', and this one is just not as good as any of the others for me. The plot seemed very ADD for me. It really seems that Katie was trying a little too hard to make the supernatural elements too original or was trying to s...
I have read the first three of this 'Vampire Series', and this one is just not as good as any of the others for me. The plot seemed very ADD for me. It really seems that Katie was trying a little too hard to make the supernatural elements too original or was trying to stuff too much supernatural elements into the story line. Or maybe it was the lack of chemistry I felt between the main characters. I still think her 'Sex and the Single Vampire' is the best in this series. Maybe she is concentrating a little too hard on her Aisling Grey series, either way, it was a dissappointing read for someone who was counting down the days until this release.

posted by Anonymous on June 13, 2006

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