Even Vampires Get the Blues: A Deadly Angels Book
On the surface, Even Vampires Get The Blues is just a silly paranormal romance novel. The hero, Harek, is a vangel — a Viking vampire angel — who scours the earth killing Lucipires — the embodiments of pure evil that entice others to commit evil acts — at the behest of the archangel Michael. In Sandra Hill’s series, Harek has six brothers, and each of the vangels represent the seven deadly sins. Harek’s sin is greed. He gets caught up in a Navy SEALs mission to wipe out a terrorist cell, and must decide if he wants to continue to do good for the world, or fall back into his greedy ways.
A good paranormal romance includes otherworldly ideas, combined with a modern-day setting, and Hill does just that. In fact, she takes it a bit farther to include current events, such as the military’s struggle with Boko Haram. I was apprehensive when I read Kiss of Temptation about a year ago, but revisiting Hill’s world in Even Vampires Get The Blues was a delight. Strong characters, a strong imaginative world and strong, but not overpowering, religious themes round out the remarkable chemistry between Hill’s hero, Harek, and heroine, Camille. It’s a book not to be missed.
|Page Count||384 pages|
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