Vampire Trouble

Dead in the City

Heritage holds a vital place in Sara Humphreys Vampire Trouble. She has an abundance of rich threads in this vein that make wonderful creatures in this story. Once the reader understands the links embedded in the heritages the storyline becomes mind-bending.

Again, Sara Humphreys presents a fantastic read. She has an exhilarating writing style. Her storytelling talent shattered the pages of my e-reader into vibrant colors and hypnotized me with blazing action. This is a wonderfully engrossing read.

Vampire Trouble takes the reader to the end of the stars and beyond to a cauldron of dark magical gold. The gift of manifesting dreams and various energies was spellbinding. I can depend on Ms. Humphreys to deliver a book that I cannot be put down from beginning to the last page. She always makes me impatient for the next book. Ms. Humphrey has hit another 5 star home run!!!

In Vampire Trouble the key characters, along with critical story elements, are portrayed with such style and intensity. Readers cannot resist connecting with the characters personas and its somewhat dark New York setting.

Maya Roberston is a voluptuous, stunning, flirtatious and young. She has a hint of vulnerability that makes her association with Shane Quesada necessary. Maya possess the qualities that make men feel that heaven is centered within her essences. Through her dreams she drags Shane into her being.

Shane Quesada is a hunk of steel and power. He’s also a four hundred year old vampire and a mighty soldier. He can nibble on my neck whenever :). His commanding control and strength defines who Shane is. However, his soft spot is his inability to stop thinking about Maya. Maya teases and awakens a dominant need Shane’s harbored for hundreds of years. Shane can't help himself from wanting the young vampire and the possibilities of them together doing a little something, something. He must have a glimpse of Maya daily no matter how hard he tries to resist the cravings. Shane is Maya's protector.

The dialogue in Vampire Trouble is fast moving, intellectually invigorating, humorous, and realistic. The reader is easily transported into the narrative where danger and intrigue are always present in the darkness of New York.

As a werewolf shape-shifter lover I enjoyed how Ms. Humphreys incorporated this aspect into the suspense and action of the Vampire Trouble.

Vampire Trouble is the second in a series; how I missed the first book I don’t know. Ms. Humphreys skillfully developed writing and storyline did not leave me flapping in the dark without a glimmer of light to connect the dots in this segment. Yes, of course, I am going to read the first book Tall, Dark and Vampire while I impatiently wait for the next installment.


Book Blurb for Vampire Trouble

A fledgling vampire ignites a war...

Maya remembers the last moments of her life as a human with haunting clarity, and every man she meets pays the price...until Shane. Finding herself in the middle of a bloody fight between vampires and werewolves, Maya has no choice but to let the devastatingly sexy vampire guard get close to her.

And that's not all that heats up...

Shane Quesada, a four-century-old vampire sentry, is known for his cold, unemotional precision, but once Maya begins to invade his dreams, his world is changed forever. His job to protect her is swiftly replaced by the all-consuming need to claim her as his own.


Night Owl Reviews Jun, 2014 5.00