In the first of a supernatural trilogy, one Dr. Alice Doyle finds that the power to fight evil comes from places she’d never believe...
While the sounds of battle echo through the sky, a lady doctor has more than enough trouble to keep her busy even in a sleepy hamlet outside London. But the threat is nearer home than Alice knows. German agents have infiltrated her beloved countryside—Nazis who can fly, read minds, and live forever. They’re not just fascists. They’re vampires.
Alice has no time for fantasy, but when the corpses start appearing sucked dry, she’ll have to accept help where she can get it. If that includes a lowly Conscientious Objector who says he’s no coward though he refuses to fight, and her very own grandmother, a sane, sensible woman who insists that she’s a Devonshire Pixie, so be it. Indeed, whatever it takes to defend home and country from an evil both ancient and terrifyingly modern…
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(Tuesday, July 28, 2009)
Reviewer: Deborah Barrett
Over the years, I have changed my preference of books from historical to contemporary, to paranormal. This led me to Rosemary Laurey’s vampire series: Kiss me Forever/Love Me Forever, Be Mine Forever, Keep me Forever, Midnight Lover. I was hesitant to read her Georgia Evans series because of the setting being in England during WW II (remember, I'm not a history fan), but because of my love of Rosemary’s books, I picked up Bloody Good and she hooked me. There are bad guys (bad vamps), good guys (of the paranormal brand—pixies, dragons, were animals & good vamps), history lessons on how bad the people suffered during the war and your heart breaks for them, and woven through this is a love story that Alice hadn’t expected. Join me in a new, delightful series (I’ve already inhaled the second book—Bloody Awful).