Review: Sunrise At Sunset by Jaz Primo

A Bloody London Sunset (The Sunset Series, #2)
A Bloody London Sunset by Jaz Primo
Release Date: May 1 2011
Publisher: Rutherford Literary Group
Pages:383
Format: Paperback
Genre:Paranormal Urban Fantasy
Source:Author

Goodreads Synopsis:
Katrina Rawlings is a vampire who has finally rediscovered happiness for the first time in centuries. But unwanted complications erupt with a vengeance. Decisions of necessity combined with dark memories from a forgotten past threaten her relationship with the love of her life. When a sacrifice must be made, can she endure her decision? 

Caleb Taylor's life is finally back on track. He has rebounded from a near mortal injury, both physically and emotionally. Yet, his reality is shaken by the suggestion of a betrayal of trust from the woman he loves. Can the power of love overcome the power of a lie? 

Paige Turner is a century old vampire who fearlessly revels in a simple existence pursuing blood, dancing, and sex. Simple needs, and all met in the same manner: hot, fast, and without regrets. But a spontaneous visit leads to heartfelt sacrifice, and unexpected complications strike fear to the core of her soul. Will she survive the revelations? 

In the exciting second installment of the Sunset Vampire Series, a trust is betrayed, bonds of friendship are strained, relationships may end, and a tenuous neutrality among the world's vampire population is threatened. With stakes so high, some will not survive A Bloody London Sunset!




My Thoughts:
Jaz has an excellent way of giving his readers an in depth look into his characters. He has a wonderful way of including all of the back story without being overly descriptive. He doesn't bore his audience with his descriptiveness and I love that about him. 


I love the story between Caleb and Kat. The unique relationship they have has everyone in the vampire community amazed. I found that Kat wasn't as evident in book 2 as she was in book 1. She is a strong character but I thought that she had taken a bit of a back burner in book 2. Unlike Caleb and Paige who I found were more developed and stronger in this book. 


A Bloody London Sunset is a page turner that leaves you wanting more of this great Urban Fantasy. A vampire story that all readers of this great genre can enjoy. A Bloody London Sunset wasn't as action pact as Sunrise At Sunset but I thought it was great because it gave a closer look into the nature of his characters while leaving a great introduction into book 3. 


Jaz has an incredible way of captivating me and keeping me hooked. Jaz is an amazing author with a great writing style and i will always look forward to his work. A great read and a series that all Paranormal and Urban Fantasy fans should have on their shelves.


I Give this 4/5 Hearts! 

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2 comments:

  1. I have never read this author, but I think this book is definitely worth checking out! Sounds great.

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  2. Great review! It sounds like a book I would love to read! Definitely going to check this one out!! Thanks

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