Book 4 of the Demon Accords.
Chris and Tanya have been assigned as Coven Rovers, travelling the country and troubleshooting the supernatural community. It's a job that's part cop and part auditor, one that should be long periods of boredom mixed with small parts of action. But this is Chris and Tanya, so a sudden assignment to check on a rogue vampire leads to a run-in with a hostile master vampire, a hit squad, monsters straight out of Native American folklore, black ops teams, and, worst of all, vampire politics. Now more than ever, Chris must control his dark side, as the alternative is death.
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The reader is on mark with voices. The storyline and storytelling is wonderful. while listening you can easily lose track of time.
"Goody Two-Shoes w/ too much Power"
First couple books in this series were decent. This one wasn't worth the money. The main characters are over powered and they even know it. They spend chapters explaining to villains how stupid they are for even challenging them because they are politically, physically, magically, etc... powerful. Basically it was like a filler episode except even more of a waist of time. The main character is such a goody two-shoes he is no longer entertaining.
Loved the storyline & characters. Although the author's writing can be a bit juvenile, I got passed that because the story & characters are so well developed. Additionally the author appears to be obsessed with beautiful people especially blond & blue eyed. That was a bit annoying but didn't take away from story. I will definitely finish the series
"A fun read."
Following the story line from the beginning. Characters and the plotting are fun and interesting. Great for long car rides.
This series really reminds me of everything that was good about The Old World of Darkness.
I'm honest been intrigued with series, thou main character continues to be over powered at times, you still feel the conflict that is created with all the forces arrayed against him and his.
The writer is getting further from the main character which I do not care for.
great story, very easy to stop and continue. the performance was lackluster the author makes up for it in substance.
"Jumbled but still good"
This book felt a bit disjointed and almost like three smaller stories smashed together. Following the gang around is fun just as always tho and still worth a read if you've been enjoying the series so far.
"Getting better by the book"
This author matures with each book, the temper tantrum prone hero is becoming an unpredictable but complex adult. The author keeps up the pace and tone. This is all around good and getting better
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