Safe Hex With a Vampire

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After a year of hunting, Tempest believes she has captured the serial rapist who has plagued the San Francisco area. Her sense of triumph is short-lived when she realizes she has the wrong man. Before she can decide what to do with the sexy man in her possession, she discovers that they share a secret; neither of them is human. She soon finds that he arouses much more than her curiosity. More
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Words: 64,500
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310623998
About Cassandra Lawson

Cassandra Lawson lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and her two youngest children. When she is not writing she enjoys spending time with her family, listening to music, baking, and curling up with a good book.

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Review by: GG Atcheson on June 20, 2014 :
I found 'Safe hex with a vampire' as entertaining and delightful as Vampires Vixens was. If you liked the first in the series, then you should love the sequel. Why should and not will? Simple. If you go and buy the book thinking that you will learn more about Noah or Nathaniel, you might be disappointed, although if you read the blurb, you should already know that.

This story follows another of the cousins: Aiden. (Yes, that Aiden, the one who didn't leave such a good first impression.) When I realized who he was, I wondered about the author's choice, but I soon forgot what he had done in the first book and learned to like him (a lot, in fact).

Safe Hex is a sequel and like all series it's always better to read them in order, however, I still believe that if you haven't read book one, you shouldn't have problems understanding and loving book two. What's not to love? The characters are likeable and although they are vampires (or other) they feel real. I love how Tempest and Aiden interact with each other.

If you love paranormal romance, you will love this book. Like the first one, it has its ending, so no dreaded cliffhanger. However, Ms. Lawson mentioned something at the very end that got my attention and I can't wait to read more about it.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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