• Title: Necromancing Nim
  • Author: Katriena Knights
  • ISBN: 9781619214170
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Paperback
  • Necromancing Nim Wishing for a little excitement in your life Be careful what you wish for Nimu Taylor thought working for a vampire would be cool Instead it s just like any other annoying job complete with a boss C
    Wishing for a little excitement in your life Be careful what you wish for Nimu Taylor thought working for a vampire would be cool Instead it s just like any other annoying job, complete with a boss, Colin, who drives her crazy Other than the daily humdrum routine, nothing much exciting happens.Until the day Sebastian, Colin s old friend read ex lover comes to town,Wishing for a little excitement in your life Be careful what you wish for Nimu Taylor thought working for a vampire would be cool Instead it s just like any other annoying job, complete with a boss, Colin, who drives her crazy Other than the daily humdrum routine, nothing much exciting happens.Until the day Sebastian, Colin s old friend read ex lover comes to town, bearing a magical stone that can make any vampire immortal Really immortal He doesn t want to use it, just keep it out of the wrong hands Trouble is, the wrong hands are getting far too close and the stone is slowly draining Sebastian s life force.When Nim unwittingly comes between the stone and its hunter, she s bitten Not by just any vampire, but by one whose bite turns victims into mindless zombies Healing her involves a ritual that creates a blood bond that s as passionate as it is dangerous.For in the fight to keep and destroy the stone of ultimate power, one of them will have to break that bond and make the ultimate sacrifice.Warning This book contains high levels of sarcasm, swaths of swearing, sex with two hot vampires at once, and a dog that likes to eat coffee grounds.

    One Reply to “Necromancing Nim”

    1. This was a really great read, one of my favorites this year. It had humor, romance, mystery, action (a few rather graphic scenes), sex (MF and MMF), and enough twists and turns to keep things going. Not all stories do so great when told in First Person, but in this one - it worked. Nim is an awesome, quirky and relatable heroine, I adored her. Colin and Sebastian were also awesome, they all had strong characters with their own sets of strengths and weaknesses, it was great watching how they inte [...]

    2. This book was sort surfing under the radar of my excessive "to read" shelf and I was feeling lucky when I chose it and you know for once I did strike it lucky because this was a great read. I know the cover is a bit rubbish but I highly recommend you give this one a go especially if you are looking for something a bit different in the vampire genre. I don't like giving too much away of the storyline but who doesn't like the idea of human having to make a living as a repo agent among vampires. I [...]

    3. Vampires in suburban Denver what a kick. They go into debt buying HDTVs and drop in on fang bars which are squeezed between the Starbucks and the marijuana dispensaries. Despite the fun this book left me flat. It reads almost as a sanitized version of Interview with a Vampire. Colin=Lestat, Sebastian=Louis, and Nim=Claudia. Angst, guilt, and repulsion have been removed. Instead the plot is driven by a rock and a bad guy. Oh yes, the old McGuffin plot which was already worn out in the 1950s. I wi [...]

    4. These days it's almost expected that sequels come out and most books are written with this in mind, this isn't the case here. Whilst the author has opened up the storyline for a sequel, this hasn't taken away from a satisfying and complete story. Snarky, caring characters always push my buttons and adding in sexy vampires makes it all the more perfect.

    5. OMG if there isn't a sequel I'm going to be royally pissed! I have to know what happens and you can't leave them like that!!!! Very good read really enjoyed this one. Could have had a little more steam ;)

    6. A fast-paced UF - found the world slightly reminiscent of Charlaine Harris’s Sookie Stackhouse series in how vampires were integrated into society. Definitely more sexy though. The ending sets everything up nicely for a sequel, which I'm totally up for.

    7. Excellent! Loved this one. Now if only the second (I assume there will be a second) book were out, I really want to know what happens next!

    8. Interesting. I really don't know. I liked it I think but not all of it. It wasn't bad I just don't know.

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