Dark Relic: Vampires' Curse

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Libby Fox is just a regular private investigator, snooping on wayward husbands and cheating business partners. That is, until Adam Ryder walks into her office and asks her to find a missing person. But there is more to her client than she could possibly have realized, and Libby is drawn into a world darker than she dreamed had existed. More

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Words: 27,640
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458131157
About Lauralynn Elliott

Lauralynn is an author of paranormal and fantasy romance books published independently in primarily electronic format. You will find everything from vampires and ghosts to elves and wizards in her novels and novellas. She enjoys putting a little bit of a different twist on some of the old ideas about our favorite fictional characters.

Lauralynn lives in the southeastern United States with her husband of "several" years. She enjoys reading, playing computer games, and spending time with friends.

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Reviews

Review by: Carol on March 17, 2012 :
Good characters with a good plot. This is not a typical vampire romance and has a detective/mystery element. It does take half the novella for the heroine to learn that her new client is a vampire but this is not a problem for me because of the detective theme.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: J.R. Pearse Nelson on July 20, 2011 :
I bet many other vampire romance readers would give this book a higher rating. This type of vampire story isn't my cup of tea. This book has a "discovery" story line; the main character doesn't know vampires exist until the middle of the book. And that really bugs me, personally. I like for everyone to be clear about their natures so you can get into the meat of the story.

This book has a great plot that moves along nicely, centering on a relic that kills vampires. I don't know enough about the relic after reading the first book, so hopefully the author follows up with more details about the history of the cross in the next Libby Fox book.

Libby is a fun heroine. She reminded me of myself, which is always nice in a POV character! She's a bit straight laced, but when hit with a big revelation, she holds up under the pressure. She's very moral. So is the hero, Adam. He is too human a vampire, in my opinion, but he is sexy. I hope both of them let down their hair a bit in the next book.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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