Friday, June 17, 2011

ReVamped (Void City #2) by J.F. Lewis

ReVamped (Void City, #2)ReVamped by J.F. Lewis

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


Eric survived a vicious showdown with his double-crossing former best friend and some angry lycanthropes—barely: he’s lost his strip club, his treasured red Mustang, his love life, and even his body. But with a little magic, the die-hard Vlad returns to corporeal form, and “Fang the ’Stang” is restored—with an unlife of its own. Now Eric’s ready to match wits with one of Void City’s most powerful demons to rescue the soul of Marilyn, the love of his (mortal) life. But salvation comes at a high price, forcing Eric to enter his own worst nightmare, vampire High Society, to uncover the truth about the origin of his powers. Having to deal with the Void City elite is bad enough, but the more Eric sniffs around, the more it looks like someone is after his soul, too. Now blood will flow and fangs will be bared, because revenge is never pretty . . . and Eric has plenty to pass around.

Interesting. Definitely has something a little different than most of the books out there in this genre, but for me it just did not hold my attention. I found myself kind of ho hum about picking it up and reading more of it. Not sure why. I am moving on to #3 since I have it sitting here.

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