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by Una Skye
Mary Anne was enjoying her new job on a tropical island as a nurse to soon-to-be-cured vampires. Until the last of them, John Hamill, says he's in terrible danger; the man running the facility is really trying to unlock the secrets of immortality and kill the witnesses. When she discovers the bodies of several of the vampires that supposedly had been cured and released, sh ...more
(first published January 1st 2009)
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Jan 18, 2011 N.L. Riviezzo rated it 2 of 5 stars · review of another edition
Revamped was actually rather interesting in the beginning and I would have given it four stars but the ending was its death. The last few paragraphs were set into the future far from the other events and the event there was just so sudden and abrupt. I understand the author wanted to story to have a 'happily ever after' but the ending didn't work with such a short story. I was expecting more action and suspense that resonated through the majority of the work. I think if the story had been drawn ...more
Dec 22, 2011 Vannessa rated it 2 of 5 stars
This book started off really well. Mary Anne is a nurse on a remote island where there is a facility for curing vampires. The final patient John has worked out that the vamps are not being cured and enlists Mary Anne's help. Together they break John free from his "prison" and hide out on the island, planning a getaway. They succeed after a bit of a fight. And then she has a baby!??!!! Seriously I was like "Huh? What?!" Didn't feel the end paragraph was even necessary to the story and could have ...more
This was a dreadfull book. There were a couple times in this book where a "Thought" was actually dialogue. The only reason you know this is because the other character would comment on what you THINK is the other character's thoughts. The heroine is very hot/cold and the ending was horrible. I do not under any circumstances reccomend this book to anyone.