100 books – number 10

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Emma is happy. She’s got a promising career in front of her, great friends, and a pretty amazing family. But her social life has been a little lacking lately. That’s when fate stepped in, and crashed her into a tall, dark and handsome man. Sure, he has his secrets…don’t we all, and, yeah, maybe his secrets are a little more unusual than most – like he’s a partial vampire who can walk around during the day, but also enjoys a little plasma nightcap now and again – but to Emma, he’s single, successful, and an extraordinary gentleman. That makes up for a lot. Of course, his condition is a bit more serious than he first lets on, and living a life with him will require some sacrifices that most just aren’t willing to make. Will she? Is love enough to compensate for a life that will never be anywhere near the realm of normalcy? But then again…what’s normal anyway?

I really seem to be reading a fair few vampiure/paranormal books right now.

When it comes to vampire books I am a sucker – no pun indended!. And this one didnt disappoint.

I loved the fresh appraoch to vampirism that Stephens adopts, no sparkly dead guys in this one thank you very much! We discover that Emma falls for a vampire with a differnce – he isnt dead, or rather he isnt dead yet.

The story unfolds about Trene who is half human half vamp – that is until his 26th birthday when he will essential die and lose his human side – Emma has to come to terms with his familys values, and “wishes” to keep the bloodline going – as if Trene doenst get someone – in the case Emma – pregnant before he dies, then the vampire line of his family will be lost.

A great read and looking forward to finishing the second book which I am practicaly half way through.

5/5

30-something living in Scotland with her fiance Lee and 3 year old son Jack. Baby number 2 is due Dec 2012.
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