The Vampire's Reckoning

The Vampire's Reckoning

by Cynthia Cooke

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BN ID: 2940162052401
Publisher: Cynthia Cooke
Publication date: 06/28/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 449,562
File size: 481 KB

About the Author

First published in 2003, Cynthia Cooke is a USA Today Bestselling author who has published 21 novels in 12 different countries with Harlequin, Entangled, and Amazon Kindle Worlds. She has a deep affection for romance stories and playing in the ocean. On her best days you can find her on the beach with her notebook, a novel in hand, and her dog, Buddy, by her side.

Embrace the Seduction and prepare to get naughty and have a little fun!

“I want to read more and more! Cynthia Cooke has a very special gift for making me love paranormal beings I would not usually care for! Another winner for Cynthia Cooke!” Monique D – Amazon Reviewer

“Cynthia Cooke is an amazing and talented writer who captures your heart from the beginning of her books to the ending!. If I could give this book more then 5-stars I would!” Rose 13 – Amazon Reviewer

“Cooke keeps readers on the edge of their seats. . .” –Alexandra Kay, Romantic Times Magazine.

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The Vampire's Reckoning 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
JenniferReads 6 months ago
Emma lives in fear. An old curse keeps her from falling in love or the demon Asmos will claim her as his own! It was well written and interesting to read!
BuckeyeAngel 7 months ago
Emma McGovern has lived her life in fear. A centuries old curse has plagued her family for generations. If she finds love, and consummates that love, Asmos a demon from the 7th realm, will claim her as his own. To remind her of his power, Asmos sends demon wolves for her each year on the night of the equinox. This year is no different, except the Cadre has sent an agent to help her. But he might just be her undoing. This story had a good premise. It started out good and much of the initial parts with Damien were good. However, some of the wording of the cursed line, how many generations it’s been and Damien’s relation were very confusing and took a bit for me to straighten out. Really though, it was Emma’s naivete of the situation that had me shaking my head. She doesn’t seem to really know why she’s running or why the events are happening, which is a total contradiction to the description of the book and just made me not want to finish it. She also didn’t really have much of an understanding of the Cadre either. It made me wonder how she survived as many seasons as she had. **I voluntarily read and reviewed this book