Karin Shah

Synopsis:

It isn’t easy being the Witches’ Champion, especially when it’s a hereditary position and you’re hardly the most powerful witch of your line.

Thalia Kent has managed to cope so far with wit and nerve and every ounce of magical ability she possesses, but now her cousin, who wasn’t a witch, is dead — murdered by a rogue vampire — and if she’s going to hunt him down and survive, she’s going to need all the help she can get. She needs Gideon Damek, immortal vampire, but vampires shun witches for good reason, witch blood is poisonous.

Gideon Damek has fought his predatory nature for thousands of years and the last thing he wants is to team up with anyone, least of all a beautiful young witch. Still, something about Thalia compels him to agree.

Soon, Thalia must deal with a reluctant partner, a rebellious witch community, interfering police, a healthy dose of self-doubt, a raging passion for the forbidden Mr. Damek and an enemy who’s following an ancient prophecy that requires both their deaths, all without losing her neck, or her heart.

My Thoughts:

This is the first book I have read of this author and it sure will not be the last book ether.

I went in a bought a new book from her after I read this one. It is very well written and I really loved the world she had created. The characters was very well written and easy to like, it is too bad this is not a series as I would have loved to follow them and get to know them more. But they did have a nice closure at the end of the book so I am happy. This had the feel of a good old vampire book, l liked that especially.

4 stars.

Kindle Edition, 213 pages
Published October 12th 2011
Available in both in Kindle and paperback here.
If you want to know more about the author you can find her website here.

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