He wants eternity?
Dakota Shelton is a vampire cowboy with a penchant for cinnamon lollipops and Johnny Cash. Though highly skilled and deadly dangerous to his enemies, he’s still a Texas good ol’ boy at heart. And he has that heart set on wooing Trixie LaRoux-the most badass punk rock chick in town-the old-fashioned way.
Over her undead body…
Trixie is tough as nails and sharp as a silver stake-the last thing she wants is a man to sit on a porch and not grow old with. So it’ll take going to hell and back fighting a new threat to vampires before she admits Dakota’s courtship makes her blood hum. Turns out chivalry’s not dead after all.
I probably say this after every new installment to a series, but I think this one was my favorite book so far in the Dead in the City series. Of course, I also have to mention that I still have to read the 2nd book, Vampire Trouble, but that’s not anything that any of you haven’t heard me say either.
As much as I loved this one, I can’t say a whole lot about it. There were more than a couple of revelations made in The Good, the Bad and the Vampire and since I don’t want to spoil the story for anyone else. Just know that both Trixie and Dakota got what they deserved in the end. 😉
Just because there was a lot revealed doesn’t mean that things are over for this crazy mismatched family of vamps. There’s a couple more members of New York’s unconventional coven that need to find their bloodmate. I can’t wait to see who’s next.