The Good, the Bad, and the Vampire by Sara Humphreys
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
The paranormal world that this series takes place in just keeps growing with each installment. Think you know all the things that go bump in the night? Well, how about gargoyles?
Dakota is a cowboy vampire that appears to be one of the only unmated pairs in town. He's defending their lives, but what he really wants is to break the hard outer shell of Trixie LaRoux. She's a firecracker who has a serious commitment phobia. Her past is less than stellar, dominated by instability and drug addiction, but she's determined to make the best of her afterlife by playing sentry for her only remaining human family. She does this in secret, of course, because for some reason it is against vampire law.
During Dakota's mission to see what lurks under Trixie's flippant exterior he is forced to face his own demons, too. Things that he has based pretty much his entire vampire career on are shaken to the core. Through all this, Dakota and Trixie learn to trust one another and grab happiness for themselves.
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