Sunday, March 17, 2013

A Vampire's Salvation

A Vampire’s Salvation: A Beyond Human Novella by Virna DePaul


DePaul’s novella A Vampire’s Salvation was short and sweet.  It was very fast paced, almost rushed.  After the first date, the couple fall in love which is a little unbelievable to me, but he is a vampire and hot at that.  There was a mysterious twist to this novella in which someone wanted the heroine, Frankie, dead.  It was unresolved it this novella, so I assume that there will be a sequel to this novella.  If you like vampire books this one is ok, but not anything to brag about.


From Goodreads:

Jacob La Costa Rios is the head of the California governor’s security team; he’s also a vampire who wants the governor, a presidential hopeful, to support the peaceful integration of vampires into human society. Unfortunately, there are others who oppose Jake’s plan. Plus, Jake’s a little distracted by discovering his one true mate, the human female who can give him everything he’s always wanted: love, children, and continuing immortality. Francesca Marie Stewart is the governor’s “go-green” political consultant.

Although she’s been attracted to Jake from day one, her priority is her career and protecting her heart. But then Jake blatantly propositions her and Frankie, who hasn’t experienced sexual intimacy since she was seventeen-years-old, decides it’s time to take what she wants—within reason. No matter—once Jake makes love to Frankie, he knows reason will be the farthest thing from her mind. Then he just has to eliminate the person threatening her, reveal the fact he’s a vampire, and convince her that trusting him will bring both of them eternal happiness.

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