Search for the Vampires' Curse

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The third and final novella of the Libby Fox Series, Search for the Vampires’ Curse, takes Libby, Adam, and friends from the bayous of Louisiana to the rain forest in Brazil. In this story, the search for the deadly cross introduced in book one continues. Meanwhile, Libby and Adam continue to question whether or not a relationship between them is possible.

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About Lauralynn Elliott

Lauralynn Elliott is an independently published author of paranormal and fantasy romance books, as well as some horror. She started the indie journey several years ago and has never regretted it, loving the freedom to publish what she wants when she wants. 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 many years. She has two grown sons whom she adores. Reading, playing computer games, and spending time with friends are some of her favorite activities.

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C. Michael Hubbard reviewed on April 16, 2012

Imaginative amusement.

From the bayous of Louisiana to the rainforest of Brazil Libby and company track down the vile Fiona and her vampire hunting friends in a frightful search for the Dark Relic, a beautiful bejeweled cross with the power to kill vampires. New friends are made, enemies are found, and a battle for Vampires’ very existence ensues. Of course, there’s also a little matter of Adam and Libby’s relationship or lack of one.

Being the third and final book, questions are answered and closure is delivered. I must say the ride was wonderful. I liked the pace, the friction, and the pay out. We get to meet some new friends, visit with old ones, and travel to exotic locations. As a matter of fact the only criticism I can offer is, I wish she shared more of those exotic places (and I always want things to be longer). She gave me what I needed and I saw her vision nicely.

And now like when done with any series, I’m left wondering what do I read now? I’ll miss the friends I made reading this series. Thank you for the entertainment Laura Lynn.
(reviewed 51 days after purchase)
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