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Vampires Not Invited (Night Tracker Series #3)

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  • Posted December 2, 2010

    What a Fun Book !

    I just finished this book. I came across a great review on another site on this new release and decided to give it a try. I had not read the other books in the series, or even other books by this author, so I was reluctant to read this third in the series book first, but McCray did a great job of giving enough background that it was not necessary all all. I missd nothing I felt like. I started reading this and I could not put it down. It had so much action and it was so face paced, full of a unique world of various paranom characters. It had so many creative twist and turns, and was so unpredictable. Volad is a great evil character. Nyx the main character is a complexed person who is so likeable. She is attractive, funny, smart, personable and caring and a great fighter. I like the combination of vunerability she has along with all of her strength. The side characters are wonderful. Olivia, Nyx's partner in her PI business is just a great character and wonderfully witty. McCray is so skillful at conversation between characters, it is just a fun reading style to take in. The world McCray creates in modern day New York is amazing .All of the different characters and personalits are unique. It is a great book and the world McCray creates is one that I just got lost in. With all of the fun paranormal species it was much more than the standard Vampire fare. It is one of the best paranormal books I have read in a long time. I am anxious to read her other books now..

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  • Posted March 5, 2011

    Captivating

    Wonderful read. Couldnt put it down. The leading character is strong and humerous. The story line runs smooth and keeps you on your toes. highly recommended.

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  • Posted November 29, 2010

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    exhilarating private investigative urban fantasy

    In New York City, hybrid human-Drow Princess of the Dark Elves Nyx moonlights as a Night Tracker private investigator investigating incidents (see Demons Not Included and No Werewolves Allowed) involving paranormal species. Her current case is frustrating her as a gang of sprites impishly mock human landmarks like painting Liberty's toes pink.

    Her elven half gut tells her there has to be more than just inane graffiti and sillier pranks; a trademark of the pain in the butt obnoxious sprites. Digging deeper, she finds what she feared. The mischief sprites work for Master Vampire Volod and his fang gang who want a return to the prominence they once held in ironically what seems like a lifetime ago. His plan is for his vampires to rule nocturnal New York. Nyx and other trackers realize the sprites are a divergent ploy to occupy the trackers with nonsense while Volod uses the opportunity to exploit the weaknesses of other species. Nyx plans to use all her strength to end this threat as everyone knows Vampires Not Invited to any shindig let alone run the city.

    Obstinate Nyx, who breaks the rules as she even dates a low life, as all humans are, remains tenacious and confident as she plans to stake her life on preventing the Vampiric take-over. She holds the fast-paced exhilarating private investigative urban fantasy focused as her stubbornness never allows her (or the reader) to take their eyes off the ball as despicable Sprites and Vampires come out of the shadows and coffins to challenge the leadership.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted November 12, 2010

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    GREAT CHARACTERS MAKE THIS A GREAT BOOK

    Nyx, the central character in Cheyenne McCray's Vampires Not Invited, is strong, determined and tenacious. Sometimes, to a fault. She is also a half Drow princess who is in a relationship with a human, who are considered the lowest of the low by most other Drow. A complicated life even before you add in the fact that she is a Night Hunter. Someone who polices and protects those in the supernatural world.
    McCray introduces us to Srites and Vampires in this offering. Sprites, who at the start of the book, are distrusted and disliked by all and Vampires, whose powerbase was taken from them more than a century ago, by the other supernatural races. Two marginal races who take center stage in McCray's third Night Tracker novel. A novel that is character driven and loaded with action and suspense. A novel that grows the series and makes it even more enjoyable.

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