Giveaway (US/Int): Pamela Palmer gives us a peek into her edgy new Vamp City series
Welcome to Vamp City
I love vampires. I love reading books about them, love watching t.v. shows and movies about them. Spike, Eric Northman, Bones, Vishous, Damon Salvatore, Edward Cullen. While each is a vampire, each inhabits a slightly different vampire world. And each world possesses its own unique mythology. Some of these bad boys can walk in sunlight, some die during the day, some need human blood to survive, others drink only from vamps. Some are undead and damned, while others live, marry, and procreate. In these and a hundred other mythologies, vampires can fly, read minds, disappear at will, or even turn into bats. The list is endless. So, too, are the possibilities for a [...]
May 14, 2012
ARC Review: A Blood Seduction (Vamp City #1) by Pamela Palmer
Quinn Lennox accidentally wanders through a portal into Washington D.C.'s dark side (literally) while searching for a missing friend, and finds herself trapped in an alternate reality where vampires rule and humans live to serve... and die. Vamp Arturo Mazza saves her from certain death at the hands of the first V.C. denizens she meets, and a strange dance of capture, escape, betrayal, secrets, and manipulation ensues. Who can Quinn truly trust, and is she prepared to do whatever is necessary to save herself and her brother? A Blood Seduction is a worth a look!
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