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Immortal Danger by Cynthia Eden
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Feb 12, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: keepers
Read in February, 2010

Great read. As usual, Eden delivers interesting characters and a page turning plot.

The heroine, Maya Black, was a cop when she was turned into an unwilling vampire. She considers herself a monster like the others, yet she is consistently protective of the innocent and displays a strong sense of justice. She is, however, the true monsters worst nightmare. She combines her cop experience with her vampire hunting skills to make LA a better place.

Adam Brody's nine-year-old niece was kidnapped by a pack of vampires - ones he wants the heroine to help him find. He hates vampires but is willing to pay any price - in money and blood - Maya asks. He is also a supernatural, although just what kind doesn't come clear until the middle of the book.

The plot contains lots of intense action as the pair move towards rescuing Cammie, trying to find her before she is handed over to the soon to rise Born Master vampire. Since this is a romance, there is an instant attraction between the hero and heroine. They fight it but inevitably lose...

Looking at the cover designs, this is being bracketed with Eternal Hunter and I'll Be Slaying You but it appears to be a stand-alone [at least at this time.:]
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