It’s the start of a new type of vampire tale which Jeaniene Frost has named as the Night Huntress series. It all starts when Leila’s life changes all of a sudden and she turns into something which she herself cannot comprehend. She is blessed with the power not only to channel an electric current but she can at the same time tell what is inside the mind of a person or even if he or she is not a person.
The story starts well and the description of the scenes is enough to make you interested in the rest of the tale, surely that has been one of the supreme traits of the writer which can be observed in other books like Halfway to the Grave, Shades of Wicked.
The story is not only gripping but also it establishes a link between the writer and the characters that are unique in nature. The second character Vlad’s is a totally different vampire that we see in vampire stories as he does not want to be called a Dracula as he hates the word.
The creatures of the night want to use Leila against this prince of darkness but as these two enemies meet they feel the establishment of a bond that takes the story to an entirely different level. The bond between mortal and immortal is common in vampire stories but this time there is something between them that they cannot understand and the mortal lady is also not a weak human being she too has been blessed with psychic powers. The rise of tension in different scenes is quite impressive as well. The narration by Tavia Gilbert increases the gravity in the story and does not disappoint us at any place.
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