Keeping Cambria

Hell's Hunters, #1

I’ve had the pleasure of reading some of Kitty Ducane's books. She has always delivered with steamy sexy reads. Keeping Cambria I believe is the best I have read. Ms. Ducane is upping her game and I have to say I am enjoying it greatly. The complicated relationship between Cambria, Viper and Venom is a difficult one to make believable. They have this sexy as hell chemistry between the three that you normally don’t find. There is the tension you would expect but they work through it. The storyline grabs you from the beginning and does not let you go. You get hooked on Cambria's struggle to deal with her brother, viper and venom. What do you do when you don’t want a mate, let alone two? If you are looking for a good read that will hopefully lead to a great series, give Keeping Cambria a try!


Searching for her wayward brother who was last seen with a vampire, Cambria Johnson has made it her mission to kill all vampires until she finds her brother. One night while hunting she runs across a vampire, but not just any vampire. She meets a master vampire and is saved by an unlikely ally.

Viper McIntyre is in search of the same master vampire. It’s by coincidence that he just so happens to cross paths with the beautiful Cambria. Saving her was easy, trying to convince her she is his mate is not so easy. Then something more happens. He finds out his twin also claims Cambria as his mate. Will she open her arms to two men who will love her or will she walk away?

Book Blurb for Keeping Cambria

Cambria Johnson’s on a mission—to kill every vampire she can find. But when a vampire rescues her from another vamp, she decides to make an exception. Then he shows up again at one of her kills…and he has a twin. When the two most devastatingly sexy men she’s ever seen start spouting some nonsense about a mate, she knows she can’t run far enough—or fast enough.

Viper and Venom are vampire/werewolf hybrids and members of Hell’s Hunters, whose sole mission is to eliminate threats to society from feral vampires and werewolves. And their credo about women is clear: they aren’t meant to fight, and should never use themselves as bait. Especially ones as sensual as Cambria. Keeping their hands off her is out of the question. Keeping her safe is even harder.

Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2013 3.50