Melanie here aka VampireLovingDork back with my review of Death Of A Black Rose which was I was lucky enough to receive an ARC of.
Death of a Black Rose is the third and final installment in Tish Thawer’s “Rose Trilogy” and I have been waiting to get my hands on it for about a year and so was thrilled to be able to read the ARC. These books have a totally original vampire type mythology and throws in a healthy dose of demonology for good measure.
This book did not go at all the way I had expected it to but I wasn’t disappointed in the least. When I got to the end I have to admit that this was the way things should have ended up although I would never have been able to predict it. An amazing mix of description and character development with the changing point of views you really get a feel for what is going on in the world but each voice is so distinctive I never felt I had to double check which perspective I was getting at any one time.
If you love the paranormal genre, especially if you are looking for a new vampire read then you really should give this series a try. Even better for you with the final installment going on sale next week you can avoid the tortuous wait that I had to endure lol.
Book Is Not Available For Purchase At Time Of Review but if you have not started the series yet then I suggest you hurry up and get book 1 – Scent of a White Rose ….
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