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Libby struggles with a debilitating disease, and she is resigned to singlehood. When she goes out one evening with co-workers, the last thing she expects is to stumble into the woman of her dreams: Jo.

It isn’t long until she falls head over heels for her. But Jo’s stunning revelation could spell the end of their new relationship. And, as if that wasn’t bad enough, the 150-year-old, half-vampire has powerful enemies - including her father.

Entering Jo's dangerous world, Libby is drawn into a web of secrets and danger. Can she overcome the seemingly insurmountable odds and survive?

©2021 Brooke Campbell (P)2022 Brooke Campbell

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  • MRod
  • 16-04-22

Might be bearable if billed as satire

Between the terrible attempt at a French accent from the narrator and plethora of outdated butch-femme tropes so far, I would be shocked if I get more than halfway through. If this book sounded interesting, save yourself the trouble and read the Iron & Velvet series by Alexis Hall.

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  • David
  • 31-03-22

A delightful blend of reality and fantasy

The perfect present day entwining of reality and fantasy set in the mountains of southwest Virginia. The characters are believable and relatable with a splash of fantastical circumstances that engage everyday longings. Every character introduced brings thoughts of familiar people with a dreamy twist of vampires, extravagant riches, and heated passion. An engrossing tale that leaves the reader wanting more.

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  • M. ALLYSON PARROTT
  • 17-02-22

Good Story but Libby

The main character, Libby, irritated me in a way. Not sure if it’s because she sort of reminded me of an ex that became a little needy. But is that fair of me to say, when it’s a blooming relationship and that tends to happen in the beginning romance. I kept hoping she become a little stronger and figured she would by the end. She did, but by that time, I was more interested in Jo and her team of vampires. It is a good story. There was a few times the French accent didn’t feel right, but I focused more onto the story. I wished I read the book, wondering if reading it would change my feelings towards Libby. I guess it didn’t help that it is set in Virginia and that is my home state and knew a lot of the places the story took place, again reminding me of exes. I wished there was another review on this book because I feel if I didn’t have so many reminders of my past, I could of escaped into this great story. Maybe with this review others will read or listen and compare notes. I would be interested in a book about Jo and more in depth about how she became.