Saturday, July 7, 2018

Review: Vampire's Faith

Vampire's Faith Vampire's Faith by Rebecca Zanetti
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Admittedly, I only read one of the previous books in this series, but I don’t think it was that hard to dive in here. Sure, there is probably a boatload of baggage associated with all the characters we met (or re-met) in this installment, but this could easily be a standalone book that pushes a bigger story.

Faith is a doctor who uses her hidden gift to bring coma patients out of their comas. Sadly, this talent appears to work with everyone but her sister. On one of her many stops on her worldwide rounds, she finds herself in a creepy hospital looking at a gorgeous many who looks nothing like a coma patient. Trapped for years in a collapse of some sort, he should be banged up and wasting away, but its as if time stopped for him. Upon his sudden re-awakening, she finds herself thrown into a world where vampires exist and a war is brewing.

Ronan sacrificed himself to trap a big bad in an alternate dimension. It seemed like a good idea at the time, but, even knowing his awakening means his dimension has failed, he is very happy to be free and looking at his fated mate. Having dreamed of her for years, he knows her immediately. With Faith, however, that is not the case. She’s much more comfortable with facts and figures (and somehow explains away her magical gift). With just about everyone after them in one way or another, they are forced to work together and develop some level of trust.

These two have chemistry that lights up the pages! The sizzle is real and how they are able to resist it is beyond me. It takes some serious life and death situations to finally smash them together and force them to acknowledge their bond. I really enjoyed the side characters who we may or may not have known before and if future books give them a happy ending, I’m all in.

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