"In fact I enjoyed the story so much that it has taken me almost 24 hours to get around to writing a review that doesn't give away any spoilers."
- Bonkers About Books
"It's been a long time since I've read a vampire romance. It's been an even longer time since I've read a really good vampire romance. Irene Preston and Liv Rancourt's collaborative efforts on Vespers, book one in their new Hours of the Night series, isn't just good. I think it's pretty exceptional."
-The Novel Approach Reviews
"I was and still am in awe of this book and hope everyone who loves vampires gives this story, that gives its own twist on the vampire lore, a chance because you will not regret it! It has all the things that one could ask for in a story."
"Vespers left an impression with its resplendent atmosphere. These authors blended romance and action in a Gothic setting, historical references and religious overtones thrown in for flavor and Voila! Tantalizing cocktail! That I cannot wait to order another of."
-Boy Meets Boy Reviews
"There comes a time when one book totally changes your outlook and expectations for a genre, theme, storyline, etc. I would say that Vespers has changed my expectations for Vampire romances."
-The Jeep Diva
From the Author
100-year-old Catholic vampire. 22-year-old agnostic college student. A mistake in hiring.
Meet Thaddeus Dupont and Sara Mishra. We're so excited to introduce this new series! Vespers
started out as a game, a bit of a fun writing experiment where we passed scenes back and forth and took turns writing. We weren't three chapters in before we knew we were going to finish and publish Vespers
. We've had a blast writing this and hope you enjoy it as much as we did.Liv & IreneWant all the news on the Hours of the Night series?Our newsletter subscribers never miss a release, sale or giveaway!Irene's Newsletter
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