Author Naima Haviland has recently released her new novel, The Bad Death, which is both a sequel and a prequel to Bloodroom, one of the first books that I reviewed on this blog way back in December. Bloodroom is a fantastic dark gothic romance, with strong elements of horror and I am really looking forward to reading The Bad Death. You may want to read the review of Bloodroom and revisit us sometime soon to read our review of The Bad Death. Tina 🙂
A dark paranormal romance
In Bloodroom we meet Julian Mouret a master vampire have his loyalties torn between upholding vampire law and letting the human he has become obsessed with survive when he is honour bound to kill her.
Natalie Heyward, a ballerina with the Charleston ballet troupe, saw Julian’s true nature when she and her dance partner Andrew came across Julian when he was engaged in a feeding frenzy on some wolves in a local wood. Julian retaliated quickly, tossing Andrew in the air and pursuing and attacking Natalie, whom he could not bring himself to kill. Andrew, who now resides in hospital, never saw his attacker’s face. However, Julian knows that Natalie did and seeks her out, under the guise of patron of the ballet company, intent on killing her to prevent her from revealing the existence of vampires to humans. To cope with the horror of…
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