So once again I read back to back books in a series. In this series however there are 4 books and I haven’t been able to find the 4th books and had read the 2nd book over the summer not knowing that it was a series….
I’m watching my brother swagger through our New York City apartment…smiling. Rhys, the detached, surly man who turned brooding into an art form. But he’s not brooding now. No, he’s practically threatening to pistol whip me for shaking hands with the beautiful, half-dressed creature named Jane who just tried to sneak out of his bedroom. Weird. Brother Grim has a sex drive?
That’s not all that has me freaked out. Something terrible happened last night, something that made Rhys break his own rule and save the life of a mortal. Trouble is he doesn’t remember anything from the past two hundred years. Like that he’s a vampire, not a Regency viscount with an English accent.
If I hadn’t seen it for myself, I’d swear it couldn’t be true: my brother, Christian, living in a trailer park in some backwater town, working at a karaoke bar. We’re talking about Christian, the cultured, the refined, the snobby. The guy who’d probably sniff the plasma packets and send ’em back in a huff if the blood type wasn’t the right vintage. But after centuries of living in the undead fastlane, he’s made up his mind that this is exactly where he needs to spend the rest of eternity, atoning for his many, many, sins. It’s a self-imposed purgatory complete with lawn ornaments and blaring country music.
But sometimes things just don’t work out like you think they will. Sometimes your hell can turn into your heaven. And thanks to Christian’s chatty neighbor and boss, Jolee, things seem to be getting a whole lot nicer in Shady Fork Mobile Estates. Not that either of them has the first idea how to have a normal relationship-we are talking about a woman’s who’s only dated dead-beats, and a guy who’s only dated the dead. Nobody’s perfect.
Still, it’s a start for Mr. Rebel Vamp Without a Cause. And fortunately he still has me, Rhys Young, and our younger brother, Sebastian, to help him. We plan to show Christian that eveyone deserves a second chance, and winning his beer-slinging, country-singing beauty is a great beginning.
I have already posted my review of this book so here is a link to it
One thing you have to know about my brother Sebastian: he loves being a vampire. After all, what’s not to love? He’s eternally twenty-five. He’s single, and frankly, he’s a chick magnet. Yeah, undeath is good. The only thing he’s serious about is his nightclub, Carfax Abbey. It’s the sort of dark, happening spot where vampires can really let their fangs down. You know, hiding in the shadows, feeding, giving pleasure to unsuspecting mortals, being all cool and vampirey. Whatever. My brother Rhys and I have tried to get Sebastian to clean up his bad-boy ways like we did, but then he went and called us “fang-whipped.” Okay, Bite Boy, chew on this…
The ultimate righteous reformer, Wilhemina Weiss, is on a mission to shut down Carfax Abbey. She doesn’t approve of my bro’s biting ways. It seems the spirited, sexy-without-knowing-it vampire is working undercover as a cocktail waitress in his bar while waging a secret war to bring him down. Sebastian’s A-positive he can convince Miss Goody-Vampire-Two-Fangs that nothing beats the ecstasy of a good vampire bite. She’s certain she can resist him for as long as it takes to reform him. I gotta tell you, the suspense would kill me—if I weren’t already undead.