A little sass and a perfect ass can land a vamp in a sticky situation.
Paolo has watched his friends and coven leader find mates, their other halves. He’s ready to find someone just for him, though that means getting out and actually going somewhere.
When his coven leader, Claude, asks him to help out with a bit of a spy mission, Paolo agrees. He puts on his sexiest—and skimpiest—club outfit and dives right in.
But the mission brings him head to head with his coven’s worst enemies, the Dark Slayers and when he finds himself attracted to one who’s about to be initiated against his will, Paolo can’t resist helping the man out…and having some really hot sex while he’s at it.
I started off in the Vamp for Me series with the second book – Don’t Stake My Life On It – which I loved due to its crazy premise. Then the next book didn’t do much for me. But with The Trouble with Mirrors, the fun is back.
First, we got more Radney, and I have to say, a book with more Radney is a good book indeed. This book is about Paolo. He is the vamp Radney helped save in the second book and he’s out to help his coven leader get some information on the Dark Slayers cult whose sole idea is to hunt and murder vamps.
He has his job and is all set and then… he meets Dakota who can’t take his eyes from Paolo’s behind. Paolo thinks he’ll get the dirt on the Dark Slayers through this new initiate only to find out Dakota doesn’t want to join the cult but has been threatened. So what’s a cute little vamp to do but save him? And sex him up. And fall in love with him. And… oops. Can’t tell that part.
Loved the story. But Bradford left us hanging on two important pieces of information. A: What was the white dust? Enquiring minds want to know *wink*. B: What happens with Kellen? I mean we’re left with what sounds like bad news and then… nothing.
Don’t leave us hanging!
Okay. So 4 stars because the sex scenes were lackluster and I think the book would have been even better without them entirely. But a great Vamp for Me book.