Friday, September 27, 2013

Review of The Clan Andriescu by Tony-Paul de Vissage



Vampires can have as many problems with love as anyone else.

Take the members of the Clan Andriescu, for instance, three of the most lovelorn vampires in existence. There’s Marius, elder brother and leader of the clan. Driven from his home because he stole one female too many from his Prince, he can’t understand why the one woman he really loves doesn’t want to renew their affair. What does it matter that fifty years have passed since their last meeting? Isn’t love eternal?

Then, there’s younger brother Valerius, living la vida American and loving it. When ordered to get serious and find a bride, he does what any spoiled brat will do. He runs away…and right into the arms of a most beguiling young lady…who’s human and mortal and forbidden. What’s a vampire to do?

As for Cousin Timon… Married to the author of the most famous vampire series since Interview with the Vampire can be fun, until she writes a novel proving vampires exist. Now, Tim and Laura have a big problem, for the leader of New Orleans’ vampires has to do something about that tell-all book.

Join the Clan Andriescu as they find love, lose it, find it again, and struggle to keep it.

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About the Author:
Tony-Paul de Vissage is a Southerner of French Huguenot extraction, whose first movie memory is of being allowed to sit up late and watch the old Universal horror flick, Dracula’s Daughter, on television. He was scared sleepless--and has been paying his parents back ever since by writing vampire novels.

A voracious reader who has lived on both US coasts and whose personal library has been shipped more than 3,000 miles, Tony-Paul has read hundreds of vampire tales and viewed as many movies. His Internet address is A Splash of Scarlet, http://www.tony-paul.com/


REVIEW:

4.5 / 5

A refreshing concept, I enjoyed this book immensely.  The author writes very charismatic characters that will charm you into their world.  I look forward to reading further stories in this series.  Well done!

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