Review: Ghosts of Memories by Barb Hendee

Title:Ghosts of Memories
Author:Barb Hendee
Series: Vampire Memories - Book 5
Release Date: October 2, 2012
Publisher: ROC
Genre: Paranormal
Rating: 4.5 Hoots
Reviewer: Tiffany
Buy From: Amazon/ Barnes and Noble

Sum It Up! This installment of the series will have readers jumping from one page to the next.

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 as 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… (Goodreads)
Hendee proves that some things do indeed get better with time. Ghosts of Memories is truly the best book in the series by far!
Eleisha and clan are still on a hot pursuit to find any and all vampires that are still out there in the world. Though the next lead in which Wade and Seamus have her follow may just be one that was better off left unfound. In fact, Christian Lefevre may prove to be an even more dangerous nemesis than Julian ever was. While Julian was limited to being able to induce only one emotion into people's minds, this vampire does not share those limitations. Imagine having an enemy who can induce whatever emotion he chooses to upon his victim; be it love, fear, hatred, jealousy etc., and have you to believe those feelings were your own. What could prove even more dangerous, is having that same someone want to keep you with him, forever.
This installment of the series will have readers jumping from one page to the next, anxious to see where things may lead. Chocked full of suspense, action, danger and love, it will reign in fans both new and old, and old fans will feel rewarded at the end. After watching all that Seamus and have been through, and how much help they have been to the group, they may finally see a little happiness of their own. This book can be read as a standalone, though to get the full impact and appreciation it is advised to read the entire series'.

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