Book Review: Vamparazzi

Vamparazzi, by Laura Resnick

Esther Diamond has a lead role in a new off-Broadway play called Vampyre, and her leading man Daemon Ravel claims to actually be one. Thanks to Ravel’s notoriety, the show has sold-out performances and a huge cult following. Esther is even attacked by crazed fans in jealousy of her character’s relationship with the vampire. But after her attacker is found dead of extanguination (blood loss) the next day, Esther realizes there may be a real vampire stalking the show.

Esther’s latest adventure is full of more adventure, mystery, and laughs. And her chemistry with Detective Lopez is as steamy as ever. But best of all, we finally discover what Esther’s close friend and mage Max’s hang up with Lithuanians is in a cleverly written backstory. Resnick’s characters are always captivating, quirky and fun that practically jump off the page.

This new installment in the Esther Diamond series is fast-paced, exciting and completely engaging. I have loved each novel in this series and even hunted down a copy of the out-of-print Disappearing Nightly, because I couldn’t get enough of these characters and story. As I’ve probably said before, this is one of my all-time favorite urban fantasy series and highly recommend it to any fan of the genre. Light-hearted, zany, suspenseful, surprising, and romantic – Vamparazzi is all of that and more. Don’t miss this fantastic new release.

2 thoughts on “Book Review: Vamparazzi”

  1. They are definitely stand-alone!
    Tho, I do recommend the others in the series as well: Doppelgangster (#2) and Unsympathetic Magic (#3).
    Doppelgangster may be my favorite. And it’s the first of the series I read.
    I promise, you’ll love them. We seem to have similar taste.

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