Yes! Vampires who are doing what we all know they ought to be doing – controlling the world, corralling humans within walled cities, effectively creating human-blood-bank farms. If you’ve ever wondered why beings with such phenomenal power and ability would do otherwise then this is the book for you. And yes, there is romance and it is believable. Forget the regular high-school scenario of new girl/boy sees their soulmate, this is far more realistic…except, uh, with vampires.
Dawn (ironic:Vampires have to hide from the dawn?) is the new delegate trying to forge better relations between the vamps and humans. Her boyfriend Michael is training to be a vamp-killer, her best friend Tegan (who all the boys love) finds herself falling for the strange new boy. Then, Dawn meets Lord Vamp’s son – I won’t tell you his name for it will just give the game away.
Ooh, some sneaky surprises are in store towards the end.
I really enjoyed the story, the writing was delightful and not overtly sweet or overtly self-absorbed and the characters were just a teeny bit flawed.
Nicely done Mr/s London. Can’t wait for Bk 2.