Rating: 2 stars out of 5
Chase Holland spends his days painting Portland scenes to hang in local businesses, When cop-turned-vampire-hunter Vance is sent to eliminate a bloodsucker from the Louisiana swamps, he figures it’s just another day at the office.
But he has no idea what he’s getting into.
Clay is no ordinary vampire, and the spark he lights in battle-scarred Vance is anything but average. Clay should be the enemy, but Vance is powerless to fight something that feels so right… and so damn good. In Clay’s expert hands, Vance might realize he’s misjudged vampires and that donating a little blood can be sexy as hell.
Clay might even ride to the rescue and save his new love when Vance’s mission goes south and Vance becomes the hunted instead of the hunter. Along with his human familiar, a crazy Cajun named Remy, and the enigmatic older vampire Gryphon, Clay must get to Vance before it’s too late. Then they can find the man who betrayed Vance and take their revenge.
But faced with lies and motives darker than they ever imagined, they’ll have to wade through blood and fight their way to a happily ever after….
Long Black Cadillac is…
I normally start my reviews stating what the story is, but in this case, I’m still not sure I know. It has a plot, somewhere. Nice characters? Perhaps. Sex? More than necessary. Within all the components, the author’s voice was lost. It became another element buried between the blood, sex, and gore.
It does have a lot of promise, but unfortunately, it was lost. This is the second edition, and I believe a missed opportunity. I wanted a reason behind the attraction, the partnerships, the adventure, and everything else. And in the end, all we get is a faint connection between a master and his creations.
If you are a B.A. Tortuga fan you will enjoy her style but this should not be the first read into this amazing western author.
The new cover by Alexandria Corza goes well with the story and adds to the cheeky feel of the story.
ebook, 210 pages
Published: October 12, 2018, by Dreamspinner Press
Edition Language: English