I skipped [b:The Nightlife: New York|18310166|The Nightlife New York (The Nightlife, #1)|Travis Luedke|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1376331777s/18310166.jpg|21732686], though I really am going to have to go back and read it, and really liked [b:The Nightlife: Las Vegas|18483636|The Nightlife Las Vegas (The Nightlife, #2)|Travis Luedke|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1378994849s/18483636.jpg|21998101], and I loved [b:Blood Slave|17181677|Blood Slave (The Nightlife)|Travis Luedke|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1356470084s/17181677.jpg|23628313], so I was thinking going into this I was going to like it a lot. But, it has historical content, and that usually doesn't do it for me, so I was slightly skeptical. Well, make me a believer, why don't you?
So, I really enjoy Michelle. She's a Vampire, she's a slut, a whore, and she doesn't apologize to anyone for it. She does apologize for being a murderer, but that's ok, it seems worth apologizing for. I enjoy how she lives life with a gusto, and tries to minimize the damage she causes, but when it goes bad, she isn't afraid to get her claws dirty.
Then, there is Aaron, who has grown on me. Originally, I wasn't all in on Aaron, though I did enjoy him with Anastasia in Vegas, but he's not bad. He's not as interesting to me as Michelle, but he's getting there.
The plot follows our hero and heroines journey of discovery of each other, and an investigator who is intent on stealing immortality for himself. We get Michelle's pulse-pounding backstory, which I must say had me fanning myself for air, because um, can't someone chain me up in a dungeon and ... anyway, it was hot, and tragic, and sexy and nasty all at once, and I loved every second of it.
This book was outstanding. I'm putting the author on my autobuy list.
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