EBOOK The Last of the Red Hot Vampires

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  • The Last of the Red Hot Vampires
  • Katie MacAlister
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  • 10 November 2019
  • 9781101219850

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Free read The Last of the Red Hot Vampires 106 S a handsome maniac trying to kidnap her Theondre North a nephilim the son of an angel When Portia destroys a demon's body by mistake and talks back to a demon lord the demon retaliates taking Theo's soul and turning him into a vampire How Portia falls for Theo fights the demon lord passes seven trials of faith and acuires the mother of all hickeys is the heart of this very funny book Ginger Curw. UrgThis series was a bit forgettable to me I know I liked some parts of it but I can t recall much of the later books I hope this book is just a slump instead of a beginning of the end This book is actually a bit of a hard read for me I couldn t wait until the ending not because the pages just flew by but because I lost interest so long ago The biggest problem I have with the book is the characters The characters were justI didn t really connect with them I didn t care for them in the least I thought they were a bit flat and I was just wondering how these characters can display such lack of charm They just aren t interesting I feel like they have negative charm which is actually annoying Portia didn t do me any favours by being the skeptic character I think her schtick went on for too long and she didn t really have the personality or gravitas to carry a story I expected bigger than life personalities to balance the absurdities in the author s novels and this one was just inexplicably charmless The conversations are or less the same but my failure to connect with the characters made me so disinterested in the story To be fair there is a story I liked that there were trials that Portia had to finish I thought that was a good foundation for a developing story However the sheer fact that I didn t care about Portia or Theo was what broke this book I initially rated this book a two star but I m downgrading it to one just because I found it to be annoying My favourite part of the book was Portia asking her friend for help There was still the case of the missing virtue and she had somebody on her side to help her investigate a romance writer who was previously wrote in the mystery genre The story revolves around Portia and Theo She became a pawn in a fae s plan to take power She was turned into a Virtue and was framed for the murder of the previous Virtue Theo who had been looking for an exculpation from a member of the court honed in on her However she was a skeptic and thought the whole ordeal was merely a hallucination However the weird things won t stop happening Unbeknownst to her she was being tested before she was fully inducted Some tests she passed and some she failed She eventually comes around to the fact that the paranormal events were real Before she does though Theo loses his soul because of her stubborn realist attitude Anyways there is the last court intrigue One of the fae was trying to induce a restructuring in the court They prevented it though Theo got his soul back and Portia became a virtue Theo met the sovereign who was posing as a lowly member of the court Wonderland until the ending not because the pages just flew by but because I lost interest so long ago The biggest problem I have with the book is the characters The characters were justI didn t really connect with them I didn t care for them in the least I thought they were a bit flat and I was just wondering how these characters can display such lack of charm They just aren t interesting I feel like they have negative charm which is actually annoying Portia didn t do me any favours by being the skeptic character I think her schtick went on for too long and she didn t really have the personality or gravitas to carry a story I expected bigger than life personalities to balance the absurdities in the author s novels and this one was just inexplicably charmless The conversations are or less the same but my failure to connect with the characters made me so disinterested in the story To be fair there is a story I liked that there were trials that Portia had to finish I thought that was a good foundation for a developing story However the sheer fact that I didn t care about Portia or Theo was what broke this book I initially rated this book a two star but I m downgrading it to one just because I found it to be annoying My favourite part of the book was Portia asking her friend for help There was still the case of the missing virtue and she had somebody on her side to help her investigate a romance writer who was previously wrote in the mystery genre The story revolves around Portia and Theo She became a pawn in a fae s plan to take power She was turned into a Virtue and was framed for the murder of the previous Virtue Theo who had been looking for an exculpation from a member of the court honed in on her However she was a skeptic and thought the whole ordeal was merely a hallucination However the weird things won t stop happening Unbeknownst to her she was being tested before she was fully inducted Some tests she passed and some she failed She eventually comes around to the fact that the paranormal events were real Before she does though Theo loses his soul because of her stubborn realist attitude Anyways there is the last court intrigue One of the fae was trying to induce a restructuring in the court They prevented it though Theo got his soul back and Portia became a virtue Theo met the sovereign who was posing as a lowly member of the 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Free read The Last of the Red Hot Vampires 106 Ve is merely a chemical reaction So when Portia accompanies her friend Sarah on a paranormal tour of Britain she is than ready to scoff However investigating a fairy ring Portia inadvertently summons up sparkly little lights and Hope an agitated paranoid woman She is a virtue desperate to pass her gift on to Portia the gift to control weather Accompanied by a small personal cloud Portia then meet. It took Portia until page 119 to believe in the Otherworld and its inhabitants It was frustrating and unpleasant having to read about her denial for so long I did not like it at allin fact I hated it It gave me a headache and was a completely awful experience that I wish to never experience again Portia gradually got better as she accepted the fact that the events occurring were real she was still frustrating though Overall I didn t care for any of the characters that much and I m fed up with the word sweetling There was nothing that excited me in this story and very little that intrigued me It was nice to gain information about the Court of Divine but the inhabitants were so dreadful that it killed any enjoyment I would have experienced I hope that some of the information I learned is pertinent to the understanding of the next book in the series or one after otherwise this was a complete waste On a positive note at least there was some ethnic diversity in this book the main male character Theo is of Indian decent I am happy to see some ethnic diversity in the characters and would appreciate The House on Tradd Street up sparkly little lights and Hope an agitated paranoid woman She is a virtue desperate to pass her gift on to Portia the gift to control weather Accompanied by a small personal cloud Portia then meet. It took Portia The Horizon The Royal Marines Saga until page 119 to believe in the Otherworld and its inhabitants It was frustrating and 奔馬 unpleasant having to read about her denial for so long I did not like it at allin fact I hated it It gave me a headache and was a completely awful experience that I wish to never experience again Portia gradually got better as she accepted the fact that the events occurring were real she was still frustrating though Overall I didn t care for any of the characters that much and I m fed Last to Die up with the word sweetling There was nothing that excited me in this story and very little that intrigued me It was nice to gain information about the Court of Divine but the inhabitants were so dreadful that it killed any enjoyment I would have experienced I hope that some of the information I learned is pertinent to the Night Moves understanding of the next book in the series or one after otherwise this was a complete waste On a positive note at least there was some ethnic diversity in this book the main male character Theo is of Indian decent I am happy to see some ethnic diversity in the characters and would appreciate

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Free read The Last of the Red Hot Vampires 106 The Barnes Noble ReviewKatie Macalister returns to the land of the Dark Ones in this sixth installment in her bestselling vampire series which is once again funny sexy and than a little zany Macalister takes her lead character the very pragmatic physicist Portia Harding and shakes her to the core Portia is so rational she can explain uarks and particle reactions to anyone; she even thinks that lo. I ve been reading Katie MacAlister for a while now And I have to say that I m getting tired of the Moravian Dark One finding a Beloved and going through the seven stages of joining theme It felt while reading this book like deja vu There were entire chapters that made me stop and suint thinking I d already read this book before Which mean s Katie s found a formula lots of readers like and is sticking to it so closely that this book is practically indistinguishable from any of the others in this seriesThis is definitely not the best of Katie s books Unlike the Aisling Grey series which works well It is choppy the sex scenes are repeats of ones she s used in the 5 books preceding this one and they feel rushed I think even Katie herself is bored with the Dark One s theme and churned out this one without as much care as she usually puts into her storiesThe book was a moderately enjoyable read but not one I ll keep in my library