ARC Review: A Blood Seduction by Pamela Palmer

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ARC Review: A Blood Seduction by Pamela Palmer
A Blood Seduction
Book Info

Released: May 29th 2012
Series: Vamp City #1
Pages: 368

Pamela Palmer did an extraordinary job of sucking me in to her linear world of vampires. I loved every bit of this complex world she had created and now, I can truly say that I have become more fond of this genre.Twenty seven year old, Quinn Lennox has powers beyond her imagination that she has managed to tamp down since she was a child. Though she has done a great job hiding it, weird things still happens in her daily life and had gone stronger the past few weeks. After her Brother’s friend, Lilly had gone missing, both she and Zack had discovered an existing linear world of Washington D.C. also known as Washington V.C. An alternate world of Vampires that ruled over humans. Thriving as it is, this world is dying and in need of a savior itself.

In an attempt to rescue Lilly, Quinn and Zack were separated and captured. Quinn was captured by the dark and mysterious vampire, Arturo Mazza. As all the other vamps in this world, he uses humans for his personal use as help, blood/sex slave. Arturo is one hot vamp! As said in the book, he is indeed the “epitome of rugged handsomeness”. He is also evil and dishonest but a hero all the same. A contradiction you wouldn’t believe. I equally love and hate him.

I enjoyed both Quinn and Arturo. Though the romance is not strong the sexual tension is obvious and it is apparent where their relationship is going. Trust will be a big one for these two. They are also both kick ass heroes as you will see them fight for what they want and believe in.

I loved the character and world building of this complex world. Ms. Palmer had explained this linear world with ease. She explained how the world came to be, different life factions, politics and characters pasts etc. There’s so much going on with a several key players but not once I felt lost.

The ending left me very curious. There are several outcomes with unexplained reasons that I’m dying to find out about. I cannot wait to what Ms Palmer has installed for us.

This Dark Urban Fantasy with a light touch of romance is the first of this series and is expected to have at least 5 books I cannot wait to devour each of them as they are released!

*ARC provided by publisher

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About Pamela Palmer

Pamela Palmer is the New York Times, USA Today, and international bestselling author of more than a dozen novels including both the Vamp City and Feral Warriors series. When Pamela's initial career goal of captaining starships failed to pan out, she turned to engineering, satisfying her desire for adventure with books and daydreams until finally succumbing to the need to create worlds of her own. Pamela lives and writes in the suburbs of Washington, D.C.

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  1. Good review! I’m really excited about this new series and have already downloaded my copy to my kindle. Happy release day to Pamela!

  2. Thanks for the great review! I can’t wait for this book! It’s preordered from Amazon. Decided to take a chance on it b/c I loved the cover and the premise 🙂

  3. I love UF because it has such nice long story arcs that span a series and can almost frustrate you because of no immediate solutions.

    Great review!

  4. Great review miss!! Plus you just said the magic words “sexual tension”
    I got the book..let me see…ah, yes! around midnightlast night..LOL, and the only reason I’ve not started it, is cuz I think once I get going I won’t be able to stop, so I need to set sometime for it…like


  5. Thank you ladies.
    This was such a great book. And Inlive it when the book is complex but well explained. And this is just that.
    Loupe, LMAO. I told you, it’ll be avail at midnight.
    I can’t wait what you guys think of the book.
    ~Angela @UTC

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