I wish all my readers a very merry Christmas! I hope you spent it with your dear ones and had lots of fun times with them, enjoying good food and company.
Now, onto the book. 🙂
I don’t remember ever before reading a book that reminded me so much of a TV movie. You know, the one where the story is interesting enough and fun to read but not of cinematic value. Can’t say that is very surprising, this being a Harlequin title.
But the thing is, sometimes that is exactly what you need and I had fun reading it.
It was very easy to read and enjoy, had an interesting crime back story, interesting characters (the female hero is a tall redhead!), and an obvious plan for other books in the series.
We have 3 cousins who became Keepers of vampires, elves and werewolves (each for one race). It happened sooner than it was expected and now they are in L.A. having to perform their duties when they all wanted to pursue different careers. Rhiannon is the vampire keeper and just as she arrives to L.A., she has some big crime to solve. Luckily, there is the Elven Mac to help her. Well, work alongside her is probably better said.
Basically all components for some light book enjoyment.
I couldn’t guess the murderer but I know who is the next couple 😉
Tagged: Book review, Harlequin Nocturne, Heather Graham, Keeper of the Night
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