The Order Book Three
With murders cropping up all around, who should she trust?
After months of searching, Lori finally scrounges up a clue as to the whereabouts of the missing leader of her secret organization. But her vision isn't encouraging--it points to her vampire companion Terrence as the culprit.
Terrence is adamant that he isn't at fault. Even though she knows she might be walking into a trap, she follows his lead to a shabby island port. When her informants start turning up dead with puncture wounds in their necks, Lori wonders just how well she knows Terrence. And why does he act different during the search than in their hotel room?
Lori doesn't know who to trust anymore. She only hopes that she won't be the next victim. Book description
I was given this copy free for review, but as always on the basis that my opinion is honestly held, and whether paid for or free my views are not influenced by that. Integrity is important to me and gushing false reviews do neither author nor reader any favours. As always my views are what I honestly feel about this book.
This book is in the Urban fantasy/paranormal romance genre. It’s a novella at around 75 pages. It’s the third book in a series and though I hadn't read first two in the series it was well written and had an easy to follow story line. Like many series I think it would be better enjoyed if the previous books were read first.
Lori has been seeking the missing leader of a secret organization (The Order) and finally has a vision that gives her a clue. Unfortunately it points towards her vampire companion Terrence as being guilty. Terrence is adamant he isn't the one but it leaves Lori not knowing who she can trust. She follows the vision lead to an island where people she's spoken to start showing up dead with vampire wounds. Its an easy to follow story and perfect for those who like to read novellas rather than full size books. As a quick reader I prefer longer novels but realize many people just want something light and quick to read and this novella fits that brief perfectly. It’s well written with clear plot lines and well fleshed out characters, and properly edited without errors – sadly too many kindle books are full of editing mistakes. I enjoyed the story, although I do think that $3.99 for around 75 e pages is quite expensive and thus my stars rating is reduced by a half star on the value for money front.
Overall – if you want a quick light read this series is perfect.
Star ratings – I'm giving it 3.5. If the price had been a little lower I'd have rated it higher – the storyline and editing is worth four stars but priced a little high IMO.
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Reviewed by Midnight Ruby