Samantha Moon is juggling another two cases in this book as the leading Vampire Detective in California. As a reader, I found myself facing the same hard decisions that Samantha faces throughout the story. I love how Rain keeps the connection between the reader and the main character going strong in every book.
This novel, however, is a heart breaker and a soul searcher. Samantha's son is sick... very sick. The black aura that shrouds her little boy becomes thicker with each breath he draws and Samantha must search for a way to help him, while also saving a young girl and tracking down a stolen piece of art. As a woman who can't go out in the daytime, Samantha certainly has her hands full!
As she searches her humanity for an answer to how she can help her son, Samantha fears that the human side of her is slowly disappearing.
Can the vampire detective save everyone she cares for? Or is the unfairness of life a worse monster than she is?
Previous blogs on the Vampire for Hire series:
[x] A.K.A Vampirism
[x] The Woman Beneath the Vampire
[x] Reality in a Fictitious World
[x] Succumbing to Vampires
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rating: 5/5 cups