Thursday, April 5, 2012

Review: To Walk the Night by E.S. Moore

Even a vampire has to face her inner demons…

Kat Redding is the very thing she hunts: a vampire, thirsting for blood, capable of killing any creature unlucky enough to get in her path. The difference is, Kat kills her own kind in order to protect human Purebloods. She’s good at what she does. Good enough to earn the nickname Lady Death—and the enmity of every bloodthirsty being around. But now a vampire Count is intent on merging his House with a werewolf cult to create a force of terrifying power.

Kat can’t allow that to happen. Even if it means taking on a den of weres and a vampire more ruthless than any she’s encountered before. She has the weapons, the skill, and a few allies. But that may not be enough to eliminate the Count before her own dark nature rises to the surface—and costs her whatever is left of her humanity…

Jenny's review:
Kat Redding, Lady Death, to some is haunted by what she is and very angry about it. She was not happy that a vampire turned her and killed all her family at the same time.  She takes this out on the Vampire houses that prey on Pureblood humans and enslave werewolves.  She goes into their houses and kills all who are there and most in this world do not know who or what she really is.  She has kept her location and identity as safe as she can, but when a werewolf cult finds her and asks for her help in stopping a vampire Count from taking them over she feels that she has to help.  She does however want to do it her own way, and is scared that this werewolf community was able to find her in her own home.  She thought she had been extra carful to protect herself and her friend Ethan.  But when things start to go not as planned when Kat and the werewolves try to take charge and rid themselves of this Count and his House she is put into a lot more danger than she has been in before. 
This was a book full of action! It had a great storyline, a vampire who has turned on her own kind to protect humans that she herself must feed on.  And she is a chick out to take the power away from the people she despises the most!  I thought that the character was a great one to follow as she was a strong woman who does something about things instead of standing by and whining. I thought the way that they described this new world, where everyone is aware that vampires are out there at night to get you and no Pureblood humans, except for those looking to be fed on or die are out at night at all was quite interesting.  Look for more of Kat Redding in July of 2012 when Tainted Night, Tainted Blood comes out.
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*This book was sent via the publisher for review.
*Reviewed by Jenny

1 comment:

Rain Maiden said...

Love stories with butt kicking action, will have to add this one to my want list. Thank you for the review.