In Vamptown, it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…’Tis the season for a brand-new holiday novella from award-winning author Cat Devon!
Pru Daniels should know better than to hook up with sexy Simon Howell. He’s a vampire Demon Hunter and a former knight at King Arthur’s roundtable. She’s a witch, a descendant of Morgan Le Fay. Clearly things could get complicated.
When Simon shows up in Vamptown while Pru is visiting a friend and fellow witch, he claims to have come for the
holidays to visit fellow vampire Demon Hunter Damon Thornheart. But things soon turn passionate as Pru and Simon join together to battle the forces of evil. The holidays won’t be the only thing ruined if Simon and Pru can’t work things out. Can this vampire Demon Hunter find his heart in time to save his love…and his immortality?
I am a complete sucker for Christmas books, I’m being serious. Write a book and have it taking place at Christmas time and it’s a must read from me!
With this book, I was really excited to read it because I have read the authors previous 2 books, and couldn’t wait to find out what she did with a novella length story. I do have to say that I was extremely satisfied with how this story played out. Right off the bat one thing that I enjoyed was that even if you haven’t read the other books in the series, you will NOT be confused if you read this one first.
Actually, I think if you haven’t read the others you should read this one because it’s a very interesting story that will draw you into the world the author created. Trust me; you will want to read the other books after reading this one! There are enough hints that were dropped that will make you curious about the town.
This story is short enough to keep you interested, yet it’s long enough to tell you the story. The characters were extremely well written, there was the right amount of information provided for each of them. I really enjoyed how Pru was willing to stand up for what she believes and it was great to watch Simon come to terms with verything happening to him.
Overall, this was a really good read and I would recommend it to people who enjoy reading about vampires.