If it’s not one thing, it’s another.
Felipe, one of New Orleans’s most infamous–and crazy–vampires is back in town. And to say he’s unhappy is an understatement.
Duprees and Williams have to track down Felipe, fast, before he claims any more victims. If that means making a deal with the Devil–otherwise known as St. Germaine–and using an untrained dhampir, so be it.
If that wasn’t enough, I’ve also got rebellious teenagers, feuding couples, and a suddenly full social calendar.
The more things change….
This is the third book of the Jude Magdalyn series. These books are rich in the sounds, sights and even smells of New Orleans. The author really knows how to make the city of New Orleans come to life for the reader.
I enjoyed the book, but maybe not as much as the two previous books, as I was able to put it down halfway through for over a month before going back and finishing it. The whole series is engaging and I love the character of Jude. She is still sarcastic and real. She is definitely getting a lot smarter in the ways of the paranormal life she is leading. It is interesting to see her character come into her own as the leader. And just to be clear, there is a cliffhanger at the end, not a major one but it’s there. I would definitely recommend this to any paranormal romance readers.