Friday, July 6, 2012

Book Review: Big Game (The V V Inn, Book 3)

                                            Today's review is on Big Game (The V V Inn, Book 3) by C. J. Ellisson
Ellisson has finally hit the nail on the head with her third book in her Vampire Vacation series.  With the right mix of suspense and well-placed sex scenes, Big Game is a must read.  All the characters you love to hate, and the ones you love to love are all there ready, willing, and able to keep you riveted to your seat.

Vivian and Rafe leave Alaska to travel to the headquarters of the Vampire Tribunal. After they were recently attacked by their own kind, they want to find out why and who is ultimately responsible.  With the centuries that Vivian has lived, she has made many enemies, making it that much more difficult.  So when trouble come knocking, it will take all the strength they have to survive. That, however, is not the only danger to Vivian and her family.

Jon and Asa are manning the Inn, getting it ready for a pack of visiting Werewolves for a summer hunt.  But when the guests are shot with silver bullets, they realize that they are under attack themselves, and not by weekend warriors.  With the connection to Vivian totally gone, it's up to Jon to take control, even with all of the beautiful women vying for his attention.

Though there were more editing mistakes than I would have liked to see, I was so impressed with the growth of Ellisson's writing that I can't find it in me to give a rating below 4 stars.  Two solid plot lines flowing so smoothly is not something that comes naturally, nor is the ability to write a well developed book using six point’s of view.

Excellent job C.J.!  I'll be waiting for the next installment.

4 of 5 stars
Available at Amazon


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