Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Review: "Vampire Cop" by Sheri Kurtz (reviewed by Amanda)
Shawn Anderson is the Chief Deputy Sheriff for the county he was born and raised in. With his father as the Sheriff and his brother a Sargent, the Anderson reputation is well known. The one thing no one knows about Shawn is that he is a vampire. Until he becomes the target of a frame job. Now with the help of his fellow law enforcement officers, it's a race against time to find the murderer and clear his name.
Review (by Amanda): 3/5 stars
*I was given a copy of this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review*
Vampire Cop is about a cop who gets turned into a vampire while left for dead. He's stuck in a life with only two people, his best friends, knowing what he is. Soon, there's nothing he can do but let his secret out and hope his family will still love him. The plot was very well thought out and I enjoyed it a lot. There is murder, kidnapping, romance and a ton of friendship involved in this story.
The beginning starts off very descriptive and almost to the point it was too much for my taste. Then the story line picked up and the descriptions weren't as noticeable as I continued to read.
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