Like a little vampire action in your novel explorations?
RE Carr’s paranormal story centers on a vampire’s assistant named Georgia, who is recruiting her replacement. Gail, the hapless whale, is reeled into the vampire’s world, anecdote by anecdote, with great finesse.
At times campy and irreverent, at time gross with animal smoothies, and at times sensual with intimate scenes, Four is a tap dance of two vamps and two humans trying to meet their personal needs.
The story poses a story question much like the chicken and the egg. Which came first? Vamps or humans?
Rich in texture and characterization, Four was a different kind of read for me. My best description of the story? Sookie Stackhouse meets Stephanie Plum.
Another fine read from Kindle Press.
Maggie Toussaint aka Rigel Carson for Muddy Rose Reviews