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Book Review of Vamps and the City (Love at Stake, Bk 2)

Vamps and the City (Love at Stake, Bk 2)
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Helpful Score: 2

This book is gives you insight to Shannon's father and his CIA agents. It is about one vampire who does not like being a vampire. Some people might enjoy the benefits of being a vampire or even fantasize (can you say live forever and superhuman strength?), Darcy Newhart did not. Four years ago, she lost her job, her family, and her freedom (not to mention her life) when she was turned without her consent. Yet things are looking up. Now that Roman Draganesti, the Master of the harem to which she belonged (how medieval is that?!), was engaged to a mortal woman, she has the chance to change her life (okay, afterlife). Contacting the Digital Vampire Network (DVN for short), she pitches a new show and is hired to direct the first Vampire reality show: The Sexiest Man on Earth. One CIA agent falls hard for Darcy Newhart who he thinks is a mortal to only find out she is undead. Now his entire world comes crashing down. How can vampires be good? He is part of a reality show gets close to many vampires he is suppose to seek out and terminate. He can't because he has fallen in love.

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