The Last Vampire: Book One

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There’s a smokin’ hot dead guy locked in my garden shed. That part’s bad enough. But now, he’s trying to get out.

Growing up, my father always told me that I’d come to a bad end, just like my mom did when I was a kid. Hearing that kind of stuff when you’re little eventually gets to a girl, but I can’t say I ever expected my “bad end” to involve an angry vampire with a severe case of iron deficiency and a panty-melting English accent.

Maybe I shouldn’t be surprised. Ever since my mother was assassinated, I’ve felt like there was something vast and frightening hidden beneath the fabric of the world – something none of us are supposed to know about.

So far, finding out I was right hasn’t been nearly as satisfying as I’d hoped. I guess the trick will be staying alive long enough to shout, “I told you so” from the rooftops.

But before I can do that, I really need to figure out if the vampire who just bit me is one of the good guys or not.

The Last Vampire is a steamy, new urban fantasy romance series from USA Today best-selling author R. A. Steffan and Jaelynn Woolf, co-authors of the Circle of Blood saga. 

Download book one today, and enter a world shared by humans, fae, demons, and one very reluctant vampire. It’s a place where the supernatural threatens the mundane, nothing is as it seems, and love will either be the world’s downfall – or its salvation.

2 reviews for The Last Vampire: Book One

  1. FSMeurinne

    Zorah and Rans’s story was unique, it started quite interesting and got me hooked from there the story developed quite good, these two authors did a great job writing together. The storyline was refreshing and very imaginative. Definitely will be looking for the next book as it ends in a cliffhanger. The audiobook was narrated by Gwendolyn Druyor, she did a terrific job portraying each character, definitely a good editing and mixing, would recommend the audiobook.

  2. FSMeurinne

    This book is even better than the first, Ran and Zorah story picks up where book one left, and it gets way interesting. The storyline continues and the pace picks up, more action, and definitely more things going on. The audiobook definitely is an option, the narrator is the same as book one, Gwendolyn Druyor and she does a fantastic job narrating all characters, I would suggest the audiobook more than the book.

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