I have had the pleasure of reading Vampire Vic Series by Harris Gray. I don’t know if you saw earlier or not, but I did a little blimp on the Harris Gray team last month too, in hopes of getting you hyped for the book reviews I am doing on Vampire Vic and Vampire Vic 2: Morbius Reborn.
Today, I am finally, here to tell you a bit about Vampire Vic 2: Morbius Reborn.
Vampire Vic 2: Morbius Reborn Book Review
About the book from Goodreads:
Vampires walk among us. Appraising our houses, policing our neighborhoods, crossing our borders. We understand there will be biting and an occasional conversion. These are small sacrifices for the sexy thrill. We do worry about vampires popping up in positions of power. They are evolved, difficult to slay, not as sexy. A backlash grows; but are we far too late?
Victor Thetherson is nearly cured. The treatment buries the charisma and confidence that only vampirism seems able to resurrect, and snuffs his rekindled love affair with ex-wife Barbara. Victor can’t trust himself as a vampire and doesn’t want to live with himself otherwise.
Eugene Foreman dispenses wisdom on his Sage Slayer site, offs vamps when convenient, and romances Victor and Barbara’s daughter, Amberly. His sensei, the Civil War Soldier, begs Eugene to slay Victor before he realizes his deadly inheritance.
Victor versus Eugene, round two in an ancient war. With Morbius Reborn, our time at the top of the food chain is coming to an end.
My Personal Thoughts on Vampire Vic 2: Morbius Reborn
I had a hard time reading this one, just as I did the first one. It might have had more to do with me reading it on my kindle and I only read that at night and lately I just can’t read much at all before I start drifting off. So took me a much longer time than average to finish this book. I felt bad. I might have had a much better time had it been an actual in my hands book.
We go right into Vampire Vic 2 where we left off in the first Vampire Vic book, which you can check out by visiting my thoughts on Vampire Vic Review. We think that Victor is no longer a Vampire, but that so doesn’t end up being the case.
Throughout the book, you have the drama of will he stay a Vampire and risk death or will he head back to being regular Victor by taking the cure?
While that saga is ongoing there is also a bit of love battles between his wife and the few women has a pull for from his office.
I can tell you the ending of the book made me need/want to read the last book of the Vampire Vic series to find out what exactly happens, so it must have pulled me in more than I realized wanting to figure out what happens. Keep your eyes and ears peeled for the last book of the Vampire Vic Trilogy!
Do you read Vampire books? What types do you normally like? Do you think you’d like the Vampire Vic trilogy?