The Vampires' Last Lover - Aiden James

*Book source ~ A review copy was provided in exchange for an honest review.


Virginia native Txema Ybarra is a typical nineteen-yr-old college student at the University of Tennessee. Or so she thought. Then the attacks started. Women who fit her description were being brutally murdered and the closer the killers get to her location the more nervous she becomes. Handsome, mysterious strange men visiting her at night don’t help the situation. Txema has no idea that she’s at the heart of a war between the vampires and the undead rogues. But she’s about to find out and fast.


I have to admit to being disappointed in this book. The concept sounded new and fresh, but the execution left much to be desired. The pacing was all over the place, at times plodding along with too much detail and then bam! Flying along and barely touching on the events that were happening. Sometimes too much detail and sometimes not enough. And don’t get me started on Txema. I completely disliked her. She calls herself stubborn, I call her TSTL. She grated on my nerves so much that I reached the point where I hoped she would die. The rest of the characters are flat. I cared for none of them. While I won’t be continuing with this series, I do want to try other works by this author because I’ve read Fractured Earth, The Actuator, #1 that he’s written with James Wymore and I enjoyed it.