When Colette returns to her hometown after a decade away, she knows her life will never be the same.
With the war between the two families finally cooling, Colette returns to Mayfield determined to improve relations in the divided city the only way she knows how. Opening up a business that serves both humans and vampires isn't going to win her any friends, but she didn't expect enemies to pop up so quickly.
Danger lurks in the shadows as she does all she can to repair the broken city she left behind so many years ago. Now with her head held high and her father's stubborn nature in her veins, Colette collides with the one vampire whom she knows could shatter her plans—and her heart.
"Vampire's City" is filled with political intrigue and scandalous secrets, written by USA Today bestselling fantasy romance author, Mary E. Twomey.
Couldn’t make it
I couldn’t make it past the first chapter. Vampires are a superior species. A predator to humans. I was done with the whole “vampires have so few places to be safe “. Wanted to love this series but I couldn’t get into the concept. If you want me to believe that some how human’s got the upper hand, the the beginning should lay it open right away on how we achieved that. Maybe I should have continued to read to find out more, but it just didn’t grab my attention with an angry vampire destroying a hair salon.