Sunday, June 17, 2012

Jane Vows Vengeance by Michael Thomas Ford

In this last installment from author Michael Thomas Ford, Jane, who is a vampire, is engaged to Walter, who is human. Walter doesn't know that Jane is an undead vampire, and Jane is still struggling on how or if she should tell him. Then Walter's mother, Miriam, slyly lets Jane know that she is a vampire hunter and knows Jane's secret. She tells Jane that she has a year to become pregnant...or she will stake her. Jane readily agrees to get Miriam out of her hair for now.

Then Walter decides that there is an architectural tour in Europe and believes it would be the perfect opportunity to combine the wedding, honeymoon and house-hunting in one. Jane leaps at the idea and they are soon off on
 their jaunt, leaving the wedding preparation chaos behind. But along the way, Jane hears about an urban legend of a vampire who can restore the souls to other vampires. If Jane can get her soul back, then she wouldn't have to tell Walter she is undead or worry about his mother staking her. 

With mystery, sharp wit, engaging characters and the conclusion of Jane and Walter's whirlwind romance, JANE VOWS VENGEANCE is just as good as the first two in this trilogy, JANE BITES BACK and JANE GOES BATTY. In fact, JANE VOWS VENGEANCE is written so well, it can be read as a standalone novel, although I highly urge you to read the first two, as they are really that enjoyable. With a twist on the Jane Austen novels, adding new characters and a splash of paranormal, JANE VOWS VENGEANCE is a delectable treat!

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

1 comment:

  1. I received this unsolicited for review, but hesitated because it isn't the first in the series I really like the cover - LOL. But had not heard of any buzz about the first two.

    But now I have :)


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