I really enjoyed this final book of the trilogy, Candace Steel Vampire Killer. The ending is bitter sweet and not what I expected but it was a good and natural end. I don't want to give away any of the story. If you have read the first two books it will probably mean more than just jumping into this one first:
Passionate Thirst, book 1
Luscious Craving, book 2
Eternal Hunger, book 3
I wasn't pleased with this series. The novels seem to be a really poor rip-off of Laurell K Hamilton's Anita Blake books and the writing was pretty unimaginative. The third book was nothing but one ridiculous sex scene after another and the main character kept waffling back and forth on personal angst issues. The most impressive part of this trilogy is the cover art
This was a very interesting mix of romance between a vampire and human turned vampire back to human by death with lots of sex in between. If you like lots of interesting turns and tricks pick this book up for fast reading.
A vampire killer with a Las Vegas beat, Candace Steele has risked everything to vanquish the forces of darknessand to resist her own passionate desire for Ash, a dark and seductive vampire. But suddenly the stakes are raised. Candace has been attacked by a member of the Board, an ancient, powerful, and secret vampire sect with a vendetta against Ash. Now the only way she can save her life is to give herself to Ashbody and souland become a vampire.
Lusting for blood and starving for Ashs embrace, Candace is pulled deeper and deeper into his world. She no longer trusts his promise that she will not have to remain a vampire forever. And as the hunger threatens to overwhelm her, it may be too late for her to leave the darkness behind.