Series: The Night Movers #2
Author: Helen Bright
Keeley Saunders has finally got her life together, and the future looks rosy for the lonely single parent for a change. She has a new job as P.A to the Russian billionaire vampire Gregor Antonov, her daughter Daisy is about to start full time school, her dad is finally getting help with his alcohol addiction, and she’s found love with the man/vampire of her dreams.
But people are keeping secrets which is rarely a good thing.
Just when things couldn’t get any better for Keeley she is the victim of a brutal attack that changes her life forever.
Will Keeley ever get a chance at real happiness again? And are all secrets bad?
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Disclaimer: I have purchased and ebook copy of this, using my own money, since purchasing my copy I have received an updated ecopy direct from the author too and have received nothing in exchange for this review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.
This is the second book in the Night Movers Series by Helen Bright & as much as I've seen reviews saying this can be read as a standalone personally l disagree. I think you need to have read book 1 first because certain events in this book continue from book 1 as do the characters.
The focus this time is predominately on Keeley & Josh, although Freya & Daniel sneak in later in the book. Keeley has worked for Night Movers for a while but for the past 5 months she has been Gregor's PA. Keeley knows about the owner's of Night Movers being vampires as is Gregor, it doesn't bother her, she enjoys her work & see's them as her friends too.
Josh had taken Keeley & her daughter back home to her fathers house, only to find her father drunk. With a little help from Josh, Keeley's dad agrees to get help from the doctor. Josh, Keeley & Daisy head back to Josh's place.
Over the course of time things between Josh & Keeley change. Can they both accept the changes & the secrets that are uncovered?
Again I found Blood & Secrets to be captivating. I was pulled head first back into the world of The Night Movers Vampires, I was there alongside each & everyone of them vampire or human. It was good to see that Keeley, Daisy & Josh were eventually getting some happiness & good luck.
Helen has written another compelling story that will wrap it's fingers around your heart & mind. The character's that we already know (from book 1) are even more loveable; they show more progression as they demonstrate different aspects of their individual personalities & more emotion. The new character's that we are introduced to soon earn their place in your heart along with everyone else & they integrate into the group without too many issues but in a way that is believable.
The writing has continued to be descriptive & informative but in such away that you can't help but keep reading to find out more. The pace is good & flows naturally, it captures your attention & holds it throughout. I found it easy to follow & was surprised by the twists that Helen has included.
To me this was great addition to a series that has started with such promise. I for one am really looking forward to reading book 3.
Helen Bright is forty-something, married, mum of two grown-up daughters, and has two grandchildren that are the light of her life.
She lives in a South Yorkshire village and enjoys walking her two dogs, writing, reading, and spending time with her family and friends.
Helen bases her paranormal romance series in and around Yorkshire. The Night Movers Vampires live and work with the humans they employ in modern day Yorkshire, and Helen creates scenes that show the "normal" in paranormal.
~Places To Stalk Helen~
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