3/3/13

Review of Velvet Dawn by Mina J. Moore

by Mina J. Moore

This prequel into The Red Velvet Trilogy captures the upcoming drama and heat that we all have come to expect from Mina J. Moore.  Insurgents are a big threat to the local vampires aka Legion aka Good Vampires. 
Sylvain refuses to stay home on this Halloween Night, the night that her brother Silas tells her that of the rumor that the Insurgents are supposed to attack the local legion.  Sylvain  goes to the local vampire club thinking she will be safe with all the vampires around her.  Being a shifter she is not without her fighting skills.  She hooks up with another shifter Ronnie and things really heat up at The Velvet Dawn.


This is one hot book , yes it is short,  it is a prequel.  That doesn't stop the this book from being great.  I was hooked immediately and the story did stop to soon for me!   The sizzling sex and the fighting scene was very well written.  I look forward to reading more of this series.  Oh and this book is free on smashwords!!!


5 STARS
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