Bookshelf: Blood Song

41J1bb0IX5L._SX309_BO1,204,203,200_Celia Graves is a bodyguard to the rich, famous, eccentric, and decadent, so there’s nothing obviously unusual about her guarding Prince Rezza of Rusland–a small, independent, eastern European country important for its natural gas reserves. Until, that is, when in coming out of the fourth strip club for the evening, the party is attacked by vampires.

Celia quickly finds herself transformed into something both more and less than human, entangled both with the master vampire who condemned her to that fate and a demon with more sinister plans. Enter an ensemble worthy of an epic D&D campaign–wizard, paladin, werewolf, psychic–and you’ve got a recipe for adventure.

Blood Song is set in a cheerfully dangerous world of paranormal thrills. Cie Adams and Cathy Clamp have given us a memorable protagonist who is herself at constant risk of being one of the monsters she fights.

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