Today, I would like to talk about “Red Night” by RK Close. I got an ARC (advance reader copy) and really enjoyed the story. You can find the review and the blurb to this book below!
Beautiful, immortal, deadly, and living right under our noses. Vampires are real. How do I know this?
Because I met Adam, and he’s one of them.
My name is Samantha Chase, and I’m a private investigator. My life is about to change forever. Everything I thought I knew about the world around me is wrong, so very wrong.
Death in the desert.
A serial killer with an appetite for young blondes is on the loose in my city, and he’s just added me to the menu. I’m a pawn in a game played by beautiful monsters, and one wrong move could be my last.
If having one immortal after my heart isn’t enough to convince me I’m out of my league, there’s another one after my blood.
When did I become so popular?
Adam may be my only hope. Or he might be the wildest—and deadliest—mistake I’ve ever made.
Red Night is one of those books that you can pick up off the shelf and not be sure what to expect. The cover was what got me, though. When I started reading it, I fell in love with Adam. He’s just such an intense character, who is also super sexy and possessive to boot. I enjoyed the fact neither he nor Sam were 2D characters that you can find in some other novels. They were full of life and determination to do what they believed was right. I can stand behind characters like these, especially if there is a lot of sexual tension going on.
In regard to sexual tension, my God. There are two good-looking men and one stubborn woman. I think Samantha is pretty lucky (well, not always) when it comes to being involved with the opposite sex. Sure they’re sexy, but each one has his own baggage.
There were a couple of missing commas but they didn’t take away from the story in any way. Nonetheless, it is a great paranormal thriller with a good amount of romance in it. Great read.