Vampire's Touch (Immortal Keeper Vampire Paranormal Romance Series)


When a prominent vampire offers to keep you safe from danger, a normal person might at least hesitate at the thought, but not Iris. The two options in front of her are go with a seemingly nice, rich vampire, or risk being found by your madman foster father who wants to carve open your head to find out why you can read minds. Well, most minds anyways. Iris can’t seem to get a read on Langdon Fox, the only vampire or human that is a blank slate to her, and yet, something tells her she can trust him to protect her. Jetting off to another country with Langdon, Iris finally feels safe, despite finding herself wildly attracted to him and having a hard time controlling those feelings. But without being able to read his thoughts, she has no way of knowing whether or not he feels the same way. When Iris’ nemesis shows up to collect what he wants, Langdon has to make choices he always hoped to avoid.

A short novel with twists and turns from beginning to end, “Vampire’s Touch” will keep readers turning the pages. Iris’ character is full of depth, even though the book is on the shorter side. The storyline is great until the end where it seems a bit far-fetched, as though the writer is grasping at straws for a way to finish it up. Iris’ struggles are front and center throughout, which means readers don’t really have much chance to connect with any of the other characters. Overall, however, “Vampire's Touch” is a fun, wild tale, that any reader will be happy to take a bite of.

Marie Sanderson