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This second book in the series takes place in Manchester and features David, a romantic, poetry-quoting vampire lost in depression. Then along comes Zero, a hardened and half-crazy New York City hooker/drug addict who drags him out of his world and into hers. It's fast paced tale of heart-stopping action, crammed with twists and turns that will take your breath away!
I read the first book Child of Night. Back when it came out. I had loved the story. I read that one 4 times. But then I made the mistake of leading it out. I never saw it again.😞 About a month ago I was talking to my bestie who I had to have read it all those years ago. We both decide we needed to read it again. So I start looking for it I could not even remember the authors name just the title. I was extremely happy to find that book. I had not realized there was a second. So when I finished the first book I started the next one right away. I loved the way the second book tied in with the first one. The like the story line and how it gives some history to the characters. And in the future. I'm pleased there's a third book. Which I'm in the process of reading.
I started out with a paperback copy of Vol. 3 (of 4) in this series of vampire stories by Nancy Kilpatrick. I picked it up in a grocery store for 99 cents and took it with me to Mexico. After reading vol. 3, I knew I wouldn't be able to find the other volumes in the series easily so purchased them for my Kindle Fire. Each volume describes in detail the different members of a group of vampires who have found each other despite their nature to be solitary souls. They form a connected, rather bizarre group that is protective of each other. There are parts in the books that are quite sexually graphic...I have not read the Twilight series so don't know how this compares. As a Canadian, I was interested in reading these books by a CDN female writer and because they partly based in Montreal. I did re-read vol. 3 in after reading Vol. 1 and 2 and it made more sense in series. These were "beach" reads...not intended to be read for their great literary value. They were entertaining and kept me interested...but became almost too repetitive over the series so I was glad that Kilpatrick stopped at Vol. 4. Read for entertainment only...the series did entertain.