Very different genre for Graham - prefer her other books at this time. Maybe with time, this genre will be stronger.
I think she's a wonderful writer but I wasnt particularly fond of this book. to me, it seemed very predictable and didnt differ much in story line from her other vampire books. I'm also not fond of the way she keeps popping the characters from her Shannon Drake books into these. she did it in "Kiss of Darkness" too. That being said, the ones she writes as Shannon Drake...I love. 'When Darkness Falls' and 'Beneath a Bloodred moon' are 2 of my favorite books of all time.
Very different from other works but a very good story. Enjoyed.
Very good book. Kept my interest the whole way and gave a little twist at the end.
Not too bad, once I got into it, it was a good read.
This book was only ok for me.
Quick read and I always enjoy a good Heather Graham story. It wasn't my favorite of her books and I wished things had been explained more clearly.
Death,mystery,romance,this book had it all.
I didn't care for this book at all. I never felt invested in the characters. The whole story just didn't work for me and fell flat.
Fighting with squirt guns & toothpicks - seriously???
I am not into vampires, so I wasn't particularly overwhelmed with this new one by Graham.
Loved it, she's a good writer.
What could possible ruin a bachelorette weekend in New Orleans? Vampires.
Lauren Crow is in The Big Easy with her fellow bridesmaid Deanna and the bride-to-be Heidi. The three friends get their fortune's read while out. Lauren becomes rather uneasy with what she has seen in the crystal ball. Who is that mysterious man she bumped into at the bar and has been showing up? Is he somehow connected with the rash of decapitated bodies that are being found?
All in all I found this a rather easy book to get through. It really pulled me in and I didn't want to put it down until I was finished.
I like her vamp series alot - it was a good read!
When a fortune-teller shows bridesmaid Lauren Crow an omen of her gruesome death, she and her friends laugh it off as cheesy theatrics-until women begin disappearing in the night.
Even as the streets become more dangerous, Lauren finds herself lusting after a man who is himself dangerous-and quite possibly crazy. Mark Davidson prowls the city by night armed with crosses and holy water, in search of vampires, whose existence, he insists, is real. He is as irresistibly drawn to Lauren as she is to him, and not only because she's the image of his murdered fiancee. But Mark's frightening obsession with finding his lover's killer merely hides a bitter vendetta that cuts deeper than grief over a lost love.
As Lauren wrestles with desire and disbelief, sinister shadows lengthen over New Orleans, threatening her friends and foretelling a battle that may spell the end of the city's uneasy truce between the living and the undead.