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It's been a while though, since I found vampires that follow the cardinal rule: a balance between reason and savagery that allows a monster to pass for human before our very eyes.
R.K. Close gave me those vampires, and a little more. "Red Night", the first book of the Vampire Files introduces us to Samantha Chase. Sam is smart, independent and blessed by both common sense and the initiative to sign herself up for an adventure, if needed be. That serves her well, since she is a private detective.
Used to cases that mostly involve infidelities and other relentless pursuits of the careless, Sam seemed to keep a steady schedule of cases solved and new clients walking in... Until she stumbled upon the impossible.
Vampires. They are real, and in no way what she expected.
In comes Adam, tall, dark and deadly. For any other woman, this might spell doom. But being Samantha Chase... Well, our vampire ends up signing in for more the he bargained for.
The book is a fast paced, entertaining read that paints a believable picture of the other side of existence as supernatural elements weave themselves into the mundane. Soon our Sam will discover that there is more than meets the eye. Friends and neighbors reveal unexpected secrets and those handsome new acquaintances with dead cold stares are bent on dragging her into a centuries old vendetta that can only be settled in blood.
There is a natural flow of dialogue and action that helps along suspense of disbelief.Read more ›
Samantha Chase is a female PI, but she’s not dark and depressed like Jessica Jones. She’s upbeat, friendly, loves her clothes, her work-out routine, and apparently walking around her condo in just her panties and a t-shirt. LOL. I wouldn’t be surprised if she had been on the cheerleading squad in high school (not that that has a thing to do with walking around in panties and a t-shirt).
Her friends know her as Samantha Lewis, and only one of them knows what her real job is. She does tend to keep people (especially men) at a safe distance. At least a couple men are pining for her, but they’re not invasive and they most certainly don’t break into her condo in the middle of the night. That is until she happens upon a vampire named Adam.
It’s a typical job. A client wants proof of her husband’s love affair with another woman, but when Sam follows the woman into a parking garage and starts taking photos, she happens to capture something she shouldn’t have noticed. Was that attractive man really drinking that woman’s blood? And when the man noticed her, did he move faster than humanly possible, or did she get spooked and run from a danger that was never there?
Soon, however, this vampire – this Adam – forces his way into her life, and he doesn’t respect boundaries. He’s breaking into her apartment in the middle of the night, stalking her when she’s hanging out with friends. He’s used to getting his way and continually taunts her about her level of attraction to him. He seems to think it’s only a matter of time before she’ll be begging him to bite her.
But this vampire’s interest brings about a new danger. Zachariah has noticed Adam’s interest in Sam.Read more ›
Samantha was a smart detective who runs into trouble while working a case. She suffers disturbed sleep and nightmares after that freaky encounter. Adam is drawn to Samantha, but his attraction puts her in the path of Zachariah, who wants revenge.
Meeting Adam completely changes Samantha's life. A serial killer brutally kills women who look like her, Gabe, her neighbour, may be more than a mild mannered professor and her life is in danger.
The love triangle was because of circumstance which made it realistic. Gabe and Adam, were as different as night and day, the author portrays this accurately.
There are other supernatural creatures other than vampires, you learn a little about their history, but you don't get all the answers.
The book was fast paced and unpredictable, Zachariah was menacing and Sam's nightmares added to the anticipation and tension.
I liked Gabe, but as of now, I'm definitely on Team Adam.
The book has a frustrating cliffhanger but I would love to know what happens next.
I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really good read lots of action and mysterious happenings, vampires good and bad, half human and half Angel and one confused girl who may be half face fast-paced and funPublished 3 days ago by Kindle Customer
Enjoyed this book,well written with interesting characters.You won't be let down with this trilogy,wish it were going to be a longer seriesPublished 3 days ago by bettylou mello
All my daughter talked about was this book so when I got it for her she was jumping up and down, she loved it.Published 14 days ago by Rosie Vasquez
I enjoyed the suspense that R. K. Close provided. I was on the edge of my seat reading & waiting. A cross between Twilight & True Blood.Published 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
From the very first page this story has my heart racing. I love how strong and independent, but yet caring and soft Sam is. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Amazon Customer
I fell in love with this book. Samantha is spying on a woman for a client. She follows her to a parking garage and finds her making out with a handsome vampire. Oops. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Mamalove
I like vampire books and this is a good story. I like the characters and will read the next one.Published 23 days ago by Diane Drew
A new version of a vampire romance novel. Can't wait for the answer to so many unsolved questions.