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Night of the Vampires

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  • Posted May 14, 2011

    A refreshing different story

    I was totally taken by surprise when reading the story. At first when it spoke about historical wars I really just concluded that I wouldn't be interested. I kept reading to see what the angle and the storyline could possibly be about. I'm glad I did because I couldn't put it down. What was refreshing was the battles with the vampires and the action. There was more action in this story then "attraction denial" between two characters, which usually takes up the first five to six chapters of Graham's books. There was always some kind of incident happening that just made me want to keep reading to find out the resolution to the situation. Finally when the romance did occur between the characters it was nice but the action and the main problem at hand was more of the focus. Not whether or not the two characters were attracted to each other. I enjoyed the book and was hungry to see what was going to happen around the next corner, and I was very sad that the excitement was over once I had finished.

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  • Posted November 1, 2010

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    The key to this exciting historical romantic fantasy is the matter of acceptance that vampires exist

    During the Civil War as the Northern and Southern armies fight, an insidious threat to both uses the fog of combat to kill soldiers from both camps. Vampires are dining on humans.

    At an infested prison, Texas Sheriff, Cole Granger and two allies are destroying the infection when a lightning fast woman appears in their midst. Half breed Megan Fox works for Robert E. Lee in an effort to exterminate the non human half of her gene pool, vampires. She also seeks to find her brother Cody who is one of Cole's two anti-vampires associates. Cole is attracted to Megan but distrusts her until President Lincoln sends them to Harper's Ferry to find the grave of the vampire child who apparently started the current epidemic. However, to bring peace to the child, they must endure the all night attacks from the vampires, but to do so each must trust their heart not their head.

    The key to this exciting historical romantic fantasy is the matter of acceptance that vampires exist and had a role to play in the horrors of the war. With that premise, Heather Graham presents a strong saga as his love must overcome his instinctive bias against vampires, even half breeds; and she must trust a purebred with what is left of her soul. If not, this pair will die before the night is through. Readers will appreciate this strong Civil War drama as the paranormal elements are cleverly intertwined in the story line.

    Harriet Klausner

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