Red Night (Vampire Files Trilogy Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Sometimes you want to strangle Sam and Adam. Their either fighting or hot for each other. But there's a vampire out there who wants to hurt Sam and Adam is doing his best to keep her safe, but Sam doesn't stay put very well.
I'd recommend this book to young adult and older. Very addicting😁
Stephanie Meyers is a brilliant author and I loved the Twilight saga ( the movies not so much) as well, I enjoyed Charlene Harris first 9 nine books in the Sookie Stack house series (the last books in the series...suck) but this book is nothing like either of the aforementioned books, except that it is about vampires. Three pages in and I was done, but to be fair I trudged through a few more pages...no luck.
I don't recommend this book, couldn't even get through a chapter.
Samantha Chase, a sassy Private Investigator, finds her world turned upside down when a case takes her tumbling into the world of sexy vampires and supernatural creatures. It’s not an easy paradigm shift for this smart, independent woman. She tries to fight the attraction, but soon falls for the handsome, dangerous vampire Adam. As fate would have it, he’s not the only one with eyes for her. Gabe, a neighbor, makes his interest known. The conflict is on between the two men, for reasons well beyond Sam’s affection. But there are other dangers on the horizon that take this story down a road of twists and turns and keep you holding your breath.
Red Night has it all: the angst of an unrequited love, action and intrigue, danger and a chilling conclusion. It will keep you up at night turning pages, because you won’t want to put it down. Set in Phoenix in present time, this urban fantasy becomes something imaginable and realistic. Red Night is the first book in the Vampire Files Trilogy. It will leave you wanting more and anxiously waiting for the next books.
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. To read "Red Night" is to instantly connect with its main characters, their reasons, and motives. (If you are the kind of person that likes their bad guys plenty, be happy. I'll let you in this one: Adam is a "good guy" you need to be wary of and Zachariah... Well, that one you'll just love to hate.
In summary, if you love your paranormal with a dash of thriller, a bit of romance and well crafted monsters... If you are not much into a damsels in distress and rather have a woman who won't hesitate about rescuing herself... If you are willing to step into a world that promises more than just blood suckers (the vampires are superb, but there is so much more!)... Then this book is for you!
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>I am an independent reviewer. This book is the first in the series and ends in cliffhanger.Read more