Monday, May 9, 2011

The Vampire Narcise Review

The Vampire Narcise

Regency England stands defiant against Napoleon.
But battles among men mean little to those who live forever – especially when the Dracule are waging their own war.
Skilled in the seduction of men, both mortal and immortal, Narcise Moldavi is the greatest weapon in her twisted brother's war among the Dracule. Until she falls for Giordan Cale.
Her first searing encounter with Giordan brands them with a passionate love. But Giordan's vow to help Narcise escape her brother's rule is followed by a betrayal more agonizing than sunlight.
Wounded but determined, Narcise ensnares vampire hunter Chas Woodmore in her quest for revenge and to reclaim her life. He wants her, worships her, will kill for her. And the Dracule never forget a wrong – nor do they forgive.
What I Liked
Answered Questions
In the third and final book to this trilogy all the questions you have are finally answered. What prompted Chas to runaway or steal Narcise in the first place in effect leaving his sisters at the mercy of sexy alluring tempting vampires? Who is Narcise anyways? Is she just a spoiled selfish brat who cares nothing for herself like the rest of her kind. Why is her brother so obsessed with possessing her and will do anything to get her back? Giordan? He has only been in a few scenes, who is this vampire?
This book starts 100 years before book 1 and 2, giving the history of Narcise, Moldavi and Giordan and tells all the events that lead up to Chas and Narcise together. The story also extends past book 2's timeline in an exciting, dramatic and satisfying conclusion. 
I don't want to go into anymore detail about characters for fear of spoiling anything since this is the conclusion book and full of explanations.

I Made My Decision
If you read my previous posts about book 2 (see below Information) you will see that I wrote about the overlapping scenes from different POVs in the 2nd book. Well I have come to the conclusion that I liked it! The trilogy had a layered and discovery feel to them, each book revealed more about the characters, plot and conflicts that added to the excitement.

Vampire lovers have got to read this series!!

The Vampire Voss my review (out)
The Vampire Dimitri my review (out)
The Vampire Narcise 
Releases May 24th

I love trilogies, they are my favorite. What do you think of trilogies?



vvb32 reads said...

sounds like i'm gonna have to start with book one. i like the overlap feature you mention.
btw: you've been tagged

Kristina said...

I hope you read and like it.

Thanks, for the tag :)