Serafina and the Silent Vampire - By Marie Treanor (#COYER)
They have wonderful tension, Blair is the typical bad boy who falls in love with the good girl (kinda) and decides to be a little bit less of a bad guy. It was obvious he truly came to care about Serafina. Serafina for all that she is the good girl has serious trust issues which probably stem from being an orphan. The story line was okay and I like Serafina even though she got to be a little annoying with her internal focus. She doesn't reach out to Blair and refuses to trust him which after how many pages is just downright rude. Especially when he has done nothing but help her *smh.* I must say they have some pretty awesome sex scenes, I kind of want a Blair for myself! Even with the super sex this book lacked in pizzazz. It wasn't a story that hasn't been told before and in moments it definitely dragged on. One of the most explosive scenes of the novel was told in third person detracting from how awesome it could have been! I did appreciate the switching perspectives between Blair and Serafina but overall it just didn't spark. It's a solid paranormal investigator novel with some wicked sex but nothing new or exciting.
NB: I am reading the second book in the series and liking it MUCH MORE!
Thank you to NetGalley and Marie Treanor for the copy!
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