Book Review: Shadowmaster

When I saw this on NetGalley I was hesitant to read yet another vampire novel. There are so many greats out there that they've become hard to stand up to. But I'm glad I took a chance on this one because it falls right in with the greats for me. Harlequin Nocturne, and Susan Krinard, does not disappoint.

In this dystopian future vampires and humans struggle to co-exist together, poised on the brink of war. Packed with action, intrigue, and a very steamy star-crossed lover story, this novel kept me up into the night even when I had to work early the next day. The twists and turns kept me guessing at who to trust and what both Drakon and Pheonix's motives truly were.

It earns four and half strong stars from me. I would recommend this for fans of urban fantasy, vampires, and dystopian romance. This novel does contain content suitable for adults only.

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  1. I agree there are lots of vampire stories out there. But the combination of paranormal and dystopian makes it sound a bit different. Thanks for sharing it.

    1. It really was different, a good combination of the two genres. That helped to keep it fresh and interesting.

  2. Ooo, a vampire story that's different, sign me up! Will put it on my TBR list, thanks!

  3. Thanks for the review.

    Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.


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