Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Review: A Summoner's Tale: The Vampire's Confessor by Victoria Danann

Title: A Summoner's Tale: The Vampire's Confessor (Order of the Black Swan #3)
Author: Victoria Danann
Source: Author Request
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Length: Novel
Release Date: February 14, 2013
Reviewer: Jasmyn

A secret society, a witch, a psychic, vampires, modern day knights, heroes, elves, fae, assassins from another dimension, and fairytales come together where emotions intersect.  Two souls, joined by a mystical bond, separated by distance, must simultaneously struggle through pain and darkness in an ultimate confrontation with character and an ultimate struggle for life proving that love waits patiently through lifetimes and finds courage to survive.  Even in the strangest places. Even when you're least expecting it.  Even when you're far, far from home.

Book three in the Order of the Black Swan fell a little short for me compared to the first two books.  Book three centers around Baka's history and his very horrible past.  At first I found his story quite interesting, but as it continued through repeated flashbacks it seemed more of an interruption than part of the story.  I was disappointed because Baka is one of my favorite characters.  I was excited to see part of the romance involve him, but I wish I had seen actual romance.

What seemed to be the main part of the story was the birth of Elora's and Ram's baby and her new relationship with a pack of wolves.  I loved this part of the story because I love Ram and Elora.  It was wonderful to see what happened after their happily ever after wedding.  Elora continues to amaze me by how adaptable she can be and still remain a character with flaws that keep her human.

There was plenty of action that picked up as if book two had never ended.  I love how Victoria Danann can just keep going - making sure all our old favorite characters are involved while still introducing new characters for us to fall in love with as well.

1 comment:

  1. I've heard really good things about this series, I need to kick it in gear and start reading it.


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