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I'll Be Slaying You by Cynthia Eden


I love wandering the shelves of the library just waiting for something to pop out at me and catch my eye, begging to be taken home and read. I'll Be Slaying You by Cynthia Eden did just that. If you know me, you know I am not really impressed with paranormal books. I don't know why I can't love them the way millions of others do. I have found a few here and there that I enjoy. I believe Cynthia Eden is going to be one on my list now.

I discovered after reading I'll Be Slaying You that it is actually the second book of a series. But it is good enough that you know what is going on without reading the first.

Dee Daniels is a woman on a mission. That mission is to destroy those beings that slaughtered her family when she was a mere teenagerů.vampires. She has worked for an agency since that time called The Night Watch Agency. She is human while many of those employed with the agency are immortal, she is their best when it comes to bringing in these undead creatures. Simon Chase comes into her life and saves her several times, which really irks her at first. They become a team and eventually fall for each other. The biggest task at hand while dodging vampires is finding and doing away with what is called a Born Master. A Born Master is a very old, very powerful vampire that has an army of minions to do his/her dirty work.

I rather enjoyed this book. The story moves along quickly. There are no real dull moments. The chemistry between Dee and Simon is amazing. I was slightly disappointed with a twist in the story but I got over it when the climax happened. I am looking forward to getting more novels by Cynthia Eden.



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