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Blood and Whiskey by Clark Hays
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May 28, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: 2012-book-challenge

I did not realize when I requested Blood and Whiskey that it was a second in a series, I suppose that is my issue for not reading the details about the book. I just fell in love with the title and cover and I was sold on the book without really reading the synopsis, but that didn't really diminish my thoughts on the book. I just really want to go back and read The Cowboy and the Vampire now, because I think it will be an amazing read.

A quick run down of the happenings in this cowboy and vampire story:

1) Who knew that mixing cowboys and vampires could turn out so wonderfully? I sure didn't, but am really glad that Hays and McFall thought to try it.
2) There are different races/clans of vampires in this story, some that only drink from evil humans to help kill the most vile of humans and then there are those like the Reptiles that just drink and kill whomever the like. Very interesting indeed. And then there are those vampires in general who don't want to even drink from a donor and get their blood from blood bank type places (think of drinking a glass of blood a la Bella).
3) Some very cool MacGuyveresque weapons are found in this novel including one pretty kick-ass stake launching gun that even Buffy would love to have in her arsenal. Pretty creative to use compressed air from a whipped cream canister to create a weapon.
4) Oh and did I mention that Lizzie (the new vampire queen) is pregnant with her Tuckers baby? Oh ya, she was pregnant before she was turned - this was a shocker to me.
5) I'm not big on politics, but vampire politics were fascinating.
6) And lastly, what cowboy and vampire book would be complete without a little romance?

Here's hoping for a third book in this series and I'm off to pick up book one to read.
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