Title: Vampire Games
She’s seen the past…
OWEA Agent Beatrice Davis is haunted by the death visions that help her solve crimes. When Detective Claude Desmairis, her vampire ex-lover, asks for her assistance on a case, she’d rather help him than take the mandated leave to stave off her burn-out.
The truth won’t stay buried…
Pressed to solve a series of crimes before the perpetrator blows the vampire world apart, Claude turns to a woman he thought he’d been able to leave behind. But he was wrong, and his feelings for her will only bring trouble in an investigation this dangerous.
As their passions reignite, they see a possible future together. Until her visions show her the face of the murderer—a man Claude can never betray.
Author: Tiffany Allee
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Don't Blackmail the Vampire
Series: Files of the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency
Published by Entangled Publishing Source: Publisher
Published: October 28, 2013
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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The fourth File from the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency is a fast and entertaining read.
Beatrice’s vampire ex-lover asks her for help with a case and she’s glad to help him out because she is on forced leave to keep from burn out on her job as OWEA agent. Claude is investigating a case that could prove his friend’s son is guilty than more than his father knows and he hopes that Beatrice’s gift can help with that, but he certainly didn’t plan on putting her in danger.
Tiffany Allee has created an exciting paranormal world full of action, intrigue, romance and drama. The sparks between Beatrice and Claude fly off the pages, but they need a little help in the romance department due to the past. The tension builds between them throughout the story and the sex between them is hot and steamy and well written.
The conflict is well defined leaving the reader no doubt as to the motivations and the emotions of the characters involved. The fast paced plot keeps the reader engaged with the story and the author describes the final battle with great intensity bringing it to life for the reader.
There were a couple of instances when the story switched speakers and I wasn’t sure who was talking, but it was only once or twice and I easily got it figured out. Otherwise I found the book to be a captivating and intriguing read and I will definitely be reading the other Files from the OWEA.