Sunday, October 27, 2013

Review: To Love and Serve by Caridad Pineiro


Description from Goodreads:
Born to Love…
Five years ago, vampire Ryder Latimer stepped into the path of a bullet meant for FBI Agent Diana Reyes, at once saving her life and condemning her to death when his blood contaminates her open wounds. Now only an experimental treatment, transfusions, and allowing Ryder to sink his teeth into her when they make love keep her alive.

Born to Survive…

Ryder has always known that no matter what they try, Diana can’t possibly survive what contact with his blood did to her. The reality for him is that no matter how much he loves her, he will lose her if he doesn’t turn her—a choice Diana may have put off for too long.

Born to Serve…

Even as her health continues to deteriorate and they battle with that difficult decision, Diana tracks a serial killer targeting their vampire friends. It’s a dangerous job, but she was born to it and, with Ryder’s help, she’ll serve and protect until the day she dies—or until a miracle turns their world upside down.
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I received this in exchange for an honest review:

  I had a little bit of trouble getting into this one at first. This is book 2 and I haven't read book 1 so I was a little lost on some of it. They do refer back some but it still feels a little like you missed part of a movie. But that being said once I got into the swing of it I really enjoyed it.
  You can really feel the chemistry and love between Diana and Ryder. They are struggling quite a bit with Diana not wanting to be a vampire because she's afraid that she couldn't control her demon and Ryder not wanting to lose her. So there's definitely a big struggle between loving Ryder and her fear of what she would become. 
  There was a lot of suspense and build up in this. There's a serial killer hunting vampires and Ryder while trying to help stop him also doesn't want Diana involved. Diana's in the process of trying to get her job back with the FBI and helping her friend and would be boss on the sides with another serial killer case.  The 2 worlds do eventually collide and Diana has to help stop the killer before he hurts more vampires.
  I definitely can't wait to read more in this series. I love the blending of the human world and the vampires. I will go back and read the 1st and look forward to getting the 3rd when it comes out.


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