Review by Readers’ Favorite: Five Stars!
Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers’ Favorite
Rose and the Vampires is a work of fiction in the paranormal, interpersonal drama, and urban fantasy subgenres, and is the first novel in the Rose From Miami book series. The work is best suited to mature readers owing to scenes of violence and topics that some readers may find too sensitive. Penned by author Zeecé Lugo, the work is a daring and sensuous tale that delves into the world of vampires, power, and desire. Rose, the protagonist, starts as a trendy and naive Miami girl but is soon kidnapped and taken to a remote Caribbean island, where she discovers her rare and potent blood, which makes her a valuable commodity to vampires. The novel explores the intriguing dynamics between vampires and their blood companions, known as the Sisterhood. Rose’s journey is both thrilling and sensuous as she navigates a world of darkness, danger, and seduction.
Author Zeecé Lugo’s storytelling is captivating and filled with suspense, and I found myself totally enveloped in the allure of Rose’s world from the start. While the novel does contain strong sexual content, violence, and taboo themes, these elements are woven into the narrative to create a complex and alluring atmosphere and never feel gratuitous or overdone. Rose’s character development is also a strong and fascinating element as she evolves from a victim to a survivor who uses her wits and charm to adapt to her new reality. Overall, Rose and the Vampires is a well-penned novel with an intricate plot, well-defined characters, and suspenseful twists that are sure to make it a compelling read for those who enjoy tales of forbidden desire and the allure of darkness.
Rose, a trendy but naive Miami girl, is seduced and kidnapped to a private island in the Caribbean. She learns that her rare and powerful blood makes her a highly prized vampire commodity. She is to join the Sisterhood, an elite, mysterious group of gifted females who are blood-bonded to and serve the vampires as companions through the ages.
Faced with the daunting duality of her captors, both their terrifying savagery and their intensely erotic powers of seduction, Rose chooses to survive at any cost.
This book is not suitable for younger readers or adults who object to scenes depicting violence, strong sexual content, or taboo topics.
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