Crouching Vampire, Hidden Fang

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Crouching Vampire, Hidden Fang

Dark Ones Series #7

Pia Thomason has got a little dilemma. She’s torn between two men - actually, two vampires. Excuse me, Dark ones - and is not exactly sure what to do. Her mate Kristoff thinks she has ties to the group who’s trying to destroy his people and Alec is heartbroken over finding out Pia’s Kristoff’s beloved, not his. So she’s in a bit of a pickle and has gone back to her boring life in Seattle, determined to forget about both of them. But of course, things just go that smoothly and Alec is now missing, and next thing you know she’s right in the middle of a investigation to see who’s killing ghosts and hunting the vampire community. And Kristoff is back.
At first, I was a little lost because this book follows the story line of Zen and the Art of Dragons and I hadn’t read that one yet. Fortunately, there was enough background for me to not completely lost and actually enjoy the story. While I think my reading experience with this book would have been better had I read the other one first, I really did enjoyed Crouching Vampire, Hidden Fang - I love the name!
There’s the great zany humor that Ms. MacAlister’s books is known for and a great romance between two people who are trying to get past their differences because they do have feelings for each other, they have obstacle to overpass, including evil vampires and centuries-old mummies!
Crouching Vampire, Hidden Fang is a laugh-out-loud funny, with wonderful characters and a great plot. The romance between Pia and Kristoff is hot and seeing them get to know each other better under some stressful conditions is a great thing to watch.

Book Blurb for Crouching Vampire, Hidden Fang

For a woman married to the vampire of her nightmares, the honeymoon's over— and reality bites...

Pia Thomason is torn between two Dark Ones: her husband Kristoff—who doesn't trust her—and his best friend, Alec, who is MIA. So Pia goes back to her humdrum Seattle life, but fate has other plans. And she realizes that if she and Kristoff are going to be shackled together for better or worse, she may as well start to enjoy it...

Night Owl Reviews Jun, 2009 4.00