Fantasy Book Review: Ghosts of Memories

Ghosts of Memories by Barb Hendee

With her vampire protector Philip Branté and their human companion Wade Sheffield, a former police psychologist, Eleisha Clevon searches the world for isolated vampires—and offers them sanctuary. She wants to provide a home where she can teach them to follow the Four Laws that will protect them and their kind.

But not all vampires want to live by anyone’s rules but their own. Christian Lefevre has been posing a psychic, catering to the upper crust of Seattle society by making contact with their dead loved ones—and leaving his clients faint and weak after each encounter. Now Eleisha must confront the most deadly predator she has ever faced—or lose everything she has fought to protect…

Eleisha, Philip, and Wade have had some success with collecting like-minded vampires in their sanctuary. But with Christian Lefevre, they’re about to meet the most manipulative person yet. Meanwhile, Julian has followed them yet again and is determined to take out any vampires Eleisha finds.

This is the final installment in this fantastic series. It’s bittersweet. I love these characters, and this latest story is one of the most exciting and suspenseful yet. But it’s also nice to see resolution to the overlying story arc. With a climactic ending full of surprises, I was pleased with the finale and found myself smiling through the epilogue. Don’t miss this gothic, urban fantasy series. Dark, dramatic, and exciting – it’s one of my favorites.

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