About The Vampires’ Last Lover
Txema Ybarra is the most unenviable nineteen-year-old girl alive.
Smart, pretty, and athletically gifted, this University of Tennessee freshman should be enjoying college life and her entrance into adulthood. And for a moment she does… until the vampires show up.
Born with an unusual ‘twin teardrop’ birthmark on her neck, Txema (pronounced Chema) is one of only a handful of females in the world who bear this trait. It marks her as a vessel of eternal youth and beauty for an elite vampire society determined to protect her precious blood… But it also is the only thing standing in the way of a rogue ‘undead’ nation determined to destroy mankind and usurp the power their sexier brethren have held uncontested for centuries.
Caught in the middle of this war after all the other bearers of the birthmark are murdered, Txema must flee America and heads to France under the protection of five beautiful vampires who all have a vested interest in her survival. The race is on to save her blood, as well as her very life, to ensure the survival of Les Amantes de Vampire. Otherwise, Txema will be the last one… the vampires’ last lover.
Reviews for The Vampires’ Last Lover
This book was amazing! There aren’t many stories in this genre that can be classified as new or a breath of fresh air. The characters that the author created were unique and very different from all the popular paranormal series. The story kept me at the edge of my seat wondering what’s going to happen next. The cliffhanger that the author left his readers in was great, it just made me want to read the rest of the series more. There was so much detail in the story telling that it made me feel that I was in the middle [...]
*To be read with a French accent and written by Rocco de Saint Germain who is under penance for an undisclosed reason*
Ma cherie Txema (pronounced Chema) Ybarra is a very beautiful young woman with a distinctive birthmark on her neck. She is a student at a University in Tennessee unaware the vampire world is at war. She has a role to play in this war and I am not to be the one to tell her. All those in her family going back to a very important Basque heritage will play their part. Monsieur Darkenwulf has told you of a [...]