Monday 4 June 2007


Caine Valorian and his Otherworld Crime Unit crack all the unusual cases before any humans take notice. When a young woman is found ritualistically murdered it's his team of professionals with paranormal gifts who must stop the nameless evil stalking the streets. But the toughest case of Caine's 200-year career gets even harder when a new member, Eve Grant, is assigned to their unit. Not only is she green and eager to impress, she's human.

As they sink deeper into the workings of the case, Caine's attraction to the alluring Eve is causing his blood to boil. And with war brewing between species, the all-consuming passion between a human and a vampire won't be the only thing to spill on the city's mean streets.

I had the pleasure of reading this book last week. Okay, so it was only a few days last week because I got so caught up in it, I just had to keep on going until I was done! And wow. I absolutely loved it!

I love Vivi's writing style in this book so much, that over the weekend I picked up another one of her books called Hell Kat. And I'll definitely be on the lookout for more of her stuff.

This book was intoxicating. Caine and Eve were fantastic characters and their sensual attraction towards each other was very effective. The storyline was also engrossing, as were the other characters in the book. I loved Caine's team. I loved the city of Necropolis, and the visual atmosphere that was conjured up inside my mind with Vivi's words. I loved everything about this book, from beginning to end.

Caine Valorian is an intriguing character that I would love to read more about. I also enjoyed how Eve complimented him. Man, I thought this book was awesome! I'll definitely be looking out for the other Valorian Chronicles books.

Honestly, this book was fantastic. If you like paranormals, or heck, just if you like a great story, you should most definitely pick this book up. You won't be disappointed, I sure wasn't. :D


Shelli Stevens said...

You know, I've never read her. I've meant to, I'm just so darn behind on my TBR list!

Tempest Knight said...

Thanks for the heads up! I've read a few Nocturnes, and so far I've loved the stories. I might try my hand at writing one. :)

Karen Erickson said...

Ok I'm gonna brag. I have an autographed copy of this book cos I met her at RT and she's hilarious. Loved her!!! The book is on the top of my TBR list. ;)

Yolanda Sfetsos said...

I hear ya, Shelli! I'm still NOT caught up. Nowhere near it. :/

No prob Tempest. I really, really enjoyed this one. I was thinking the same thing... about writing one. I reckon you should definitely write one! :)

Oh, how cool, Karen! That's awesome. Let me know if you like it, when you've read it.

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