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Monday, February 20, 2017

Book Review - Crouching Tiger Forbidden Vampire by Kerrelyn Sparks

Kerrelyn Sparks is also one of my favorite authors. As I have blogged before, her writing are always tinted with humor and wit. I love reading those connection and chemistry between the Vampire and their love. I have been following her Love at Stake series from the day Roman Dragnesti lost his fang and his heart to Shanna Whelan, a human dentist that was supposed to fix his fang instead stole his heart.

So, it is with a heavy heart that I read the last and final book in the series, Crouching Tiger Forbidden Vampire. All of the other characters in the series had found their love and to have followed them in their journey, I felt extremely lucky. The author had brought life into each and every character she wrote.

The synopsis:-

Russell wakes from a coma to find he's become a vampire. Now he has a thirst for revenge. Determined to hunt down the master vampire who turned him, he's used to working alone . . . until he meets Jia. She is after the same vampire for murdering her parents and insists she can help Russell on this mission. Reluctantly, he agrees, and sets up some ground rules:

Rule #1: Their partnership is strictly business. If he holds her a little too close . . . if she looks at him with those exotic eyes . . . well, that has to stop.

Rule #2: He's in charge. Jia isn't used to taking orders and questions every move he makes. So he stops her the only way he knows how.

Rule #3: Don't fall in love. But the kiss that was supposed to quiet her awakens something else in him . . . something forbidden. Because Jia is engaged. To someone else.

My Review:-

So, this book took off from Zoltan's book where a dragon boy named xiao fang was kidnapped by Master Han. A Princess and a reclusive vampire, there is no way for this to work. But, in true Kererlyn Sparks style, she brings them together, she solves the mystery of Master Han and opens us up to a man that finally has a reason to live.

As we walk through the world of vampires, shifters, dragons and demons, we are brought to a hillside cave with running water and electricity, to a royal castle, back to Scotland and into the bowels of hell. Yes, everyone is back and everyone has one goal – rid the world of Master Han and Darafar, again. The arch-angels make an appearance and we even get to say good-bye to those we hated throughout the series.

In the end, with a heavy heart we do have to say goodbye to an amazing series. 

Its a good read worth of 5 stars!

But in any event you'll have not read the previous books in the series, i suggest you'll do it ASAP. 

Happy Reading peeps!

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