Tuesday, March 3, 2015

GUEST REVIEW: Vampires Never Cry Wolf (Dead in the City #3) by Sara Humphreys

"One of the best books I have read in a long time." 
(quote by Jennifer Butler) 

Killian Bane is back in NYC to open up his own nightclub. When he has not been working on his new place he has been spending many (many) nights at The Coven. He keeps telling himself it’s because he wants to learn how the place operates because he certainly isn’t ready to admit that his reason is Sadie Pemberton the vampire owner of The Coven. Killian knows that getting together with Sadie is all kinds of wrong…but why does it feel so right.

Sadie is enjoying her new role as the owner of The Coven. She has her sisters at work and is finally finding her groove. The only hiccup is having to play nice with Killian Bane Werewolf Prince and his entourage in the VIP area. Each time she sees him she has to fight her attraction to him because she knows that getting involved with a werewolf is not a good idea.

While they both at first fight there attraction to each they soon realize that they can’t deny that there is something between them. When they finally get together it is hot, steamy and everything you can want in romance. While Killian and Sadie figure out what they are to each other they to face some obstacles that may make it harder for them. Because being a vampire and werewolf in love isn’t going to be easy.

This book was just down right awesome! There is so much going on with definitely a few OMG moments in it. Secrets are revealed and things happen that I just couldn't believe. But all these things just make for a good book, no make that great book. I want to say more but it would give too much of the story away and it just has to be read! I really think the best book in the series so far! I can’t wait for the next book in this series!

1 comment:

  1. Sara Humphreys continues to push the envelope with her Vampires In The City series. Each story gets better and better. I look forward to the next book in this series. I loved this book.