Immoral: Tales of a Vampire Hunter #1

Adult Erotica
Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
A damaged vampire and a sexy vampire hunter . . . star-crossed love . . .
Hunted by their vengeful families, one kiss away from killing each other or giving into the lust that burns between them from the moment they meet, will their forbidden friendship survive when they discover a shocking secret linking their pasts that threatens to rip apart everything they thought they knew about their kind? More
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About the Series: Tales of a Vampire Hunter

In a time when humans adore imaginary vampires, real ones hide among you, kept in check by gifted vampire hunters like me. Falling for a mysterious vampire girl is crazy, but I've decided I'm making my own rules and I'm starting with her.


I see the dangerous and damaged soul inside the charming vampire hunter, and I cannot resist him. Falling for him could kill me, but I cannot imagine life without him.


Compelled to follow a twisted trail of mystery and deceit, how much will they risk to stay together when the shocking truth of their pasts threatens to destroy everything they thought they knew about vampire hunters and vampires?

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Review by: kbudka on May 7, 2014 :
I love the concept of vampire hunters vs. vampires. In this story, it's the Ripley's vs. the Vladula's who provide a great character set and storyline that carries throughout the entire series. This story captures your attention right off the bat within the first few paragraphs and is a roller coaster ride throughout. There are romantic underpinnings that remind me a little of Romeo & Juliet with an erotic, horror story twist. I like that it steers clear of many of the stereotypical vampire elements like drinking blood and stakes through the heart, yet manages to introduce some clever new twists to the genre. Definitely a page turner that had me cheering for both sides at points, I also found it to be a well executed setup of unanswered questions and plot hooks for the next two books in the series.
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