Tall, Dark and Immortal
My Rating: 3 Stars
Written by: Cat Devon
Series: Entity Series
Sequence in Series: Book 4
Page Count: 304 pages
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Publication Date: September 1, 2015
Alex Sanchez is more than just an ordinary detective. He’s on the prowl—as a vampire. Alex uses his unique gifts to police the mean streets of Chicago like a natural predator. But when he learns that local blood banks are being robbed, he’s not sure what rattles him more: the bizarre crime wave or the stunningly beautiful journalist who’s reporting it…
SHE’S RISKING HER NECK FOR A STORY.
Keira Turner is dedicated to her job—and determined to uncover the truth. Dangerously, out-of-this-world handsome Detective Sanchez seems oddly fascinated by the crimes—and obsessed with Keira. Alex might not have a clue who’s stealing blood but he’s sure of one thing: Keira is no mere mortal. She’s descended from a long line of vampire hunters. And if they try to solve this case together, he’ll have to fight the urge to kiss her…or kill her.
Tall, Dark and Immortal by Cat Devon
When Keira's grandfather passes, Keira discovers that her grandfather was a famous vampire hunter. As a reporter, she is determined to uncover the truth about the existence of vampires and her grandfather's notes lead her right to officer Alex...who happens to be a police officer and vampire.
Alex pretty much kidnaps Keira and takes her back to the vampire lair, well house but lair sound so much more nefarious, bottom line its Vampland.
Truth is Alex is unequivocally drawn to Keira and believes her to be his fated mate, the only problem...can he trust her or is this just a ploy to destroy him and his vampire friends.
Keira's motives remain a mystery and blame about the blood bank thievery is pointed in her direction.
Enters Lawrence, he is a vampire, a ruthless and blood thirsty leader of a Gold Coast vampires. Everything bad you ever heard about vampires, that is Lawrence personified.
This plot encumbers a vast amount of happenings but is not overly complex. Unfortunately, I was never completely pulled me in.
I did find Tall, Dark and Immortal to be a straight out fun, easy and enjoyable read.
I received this ARC copy of Tall, Dark, Immortal from St. Martin's Press in exchange for a honest review. This book is set for publication Sept. 1, 2015.