- Series: Vampires in America
- Paperback: 282 pages
- Publisher: ImaJinn Books (January 8, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1933417072
- ISBN-13: 978-1933417073
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 173 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,374,392 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Rajmund: Vampires In America (Volume 3) Paperback – January 8, 2014
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The story this time around is not about Raphael and Cyn, but about Cyn’s friend Sarah that has moved to Buffalo to teach at a college there. She’s got secrets and is pretty much hiding out. When Cyn and Raphael visit New York City to see her, they introduce her To Rajmund at one of the nightclubs he runs for the lord of the vampires in this vampire territory. She is immediately taken with him, and he with her. However, she returns to Buffalo and thinks she will never see him again. When the Vampire Lord calls Rajmund to Buffalo to investigate why young women are disappearing, the two run into each other again. Pretty soon they are both caught up in a diabolical plot that could threaten the entire vampire race.
Sarah had a very interesting back story, in particular the reasons for her living under an assumed name, and I found her to be a good main character, although at times she has a few of those too stupid to live moments. Raj’s back story goes back two hundred years and some of that time period is featured in the book as well. I thought he was the best character of the two. He was charming and a womanizer when we meet him, but it doesn’t take long for him to change that to only be directed at Sarah. He’s powerful, fit, and extremely hot, and he wants to do right by Sarah. And right for him is to not pull her into his vampire life. So not happening! In short, he may have a temper, but he’s a good guy.
What I like about this author’s books is the depth of her premises. You don’t get a simple romance by any means. Her books always(so far anyway)involve intricate plots with truly evil villains. Not only are the plots intricate, but the vampire world building is as well. Raj has grown into a very powerful vampire, way more powerful than the Vampire Lord that made him, and to whom he owes his allegiance. Vampire Lord Krystof is losing focus and not taking care of his territory anymore. If Raj doesn’t take over, than some lesser vampire will. That’s just part of the world building of this book, and I found all the details to be pretty fascinating.
This read is full of romance and action. Sarah manages to get into sticky situations and of course Raj ends up involved as well. I found it to be every bit as good as the previous two in the series, and that’s saying a lot! Immediately upon finishing this, I bought the next book, titled, Sophia. It should be interesting to have a female vampire as a main character for a change in this series. I highly recommend this whole series to adult paranormal romance and urban fantasy readers.
I really liked the first books in the series, but this was just meh. Sarah is just obnoxious, very unlike the strong female characters in the other books by this author that I've read. Rajmund or Raj was cool, kind, but a strong alpha character and I really liked the Polish background, something I don't often see in books. Aside from the sex, I really couldn't see why they were together, especially what he saw in her.
The storyline was good with the missing women and it was good that it mostly concentrated on Raj. I will continue with the series because the next book looks good, but I wasn't thrilled with this book.
In the following days, Lord Raj (of NY City) receives a call from Lord Krystof (of Buffalo) to help him in Buffalo in resolving the kidnapping and murdering of human women, which the local authorities have accused the vampire community of the crimes. It will be there in Buffalo at police headquarters that Raj will once again run into Sarah. Raj is there for questioning (representing that regions vamps) and Sarah is there offering to assist in finding the kidnapped women. You see, Sarah has a gift of seeing bits of pieces of the kidnappings in her dreams (psychic-like) but it's a secret see will never reveal to anyone.
After several page turns, Raj and Sarah will be forced to work with one another in resolving the crimes. It is here where the pages begin to seriously steam up: they are constantly together. Their desire for one another becomes so intense that you can feel the breathtaking development in their unification. It's a fuse that will explode when you get to that climax...literally! The anticipation always has you reading more just to see if the Raj and Sarah will form that everlasting, erogenous relationship! **panting** This is truly a captivating adventure and a very well-written story...such a brilliant series! Highly recommend.
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Genres: Adult, Crime, Mystery, Paranormal, Romance, Suspense
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