Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Release Day Review: Quarry by Elizabeth Noble #Review #Giveaway

Author: Elizabeth Noble
Book: Quarry
Series: The Vampire Guard book 2
Publisher: DSP Publications
Publication date: January 17, 2017
Length: 200 pages

Reviewed by Meredith


The members of the Vampire Guard—Jonas Forge, spy and soldier turned cop; computer hacker extraordinaire Blair Turner; Declan, thief, con man, and ex-pirate; and medical examiner and werewolf Dr. Lucas Coate—face a dangerous and elusive enemy.

And this time, it’s personal.

Over the course of three hundred years, a man has touched each of their lives in ways they are only just realizing. When a hunt for a psychotic killer in the present resurrects memories and clues from the past, they discover how they have been affected and are bound by the existence of a ruthless vampire criminal. Now, while preventing a heist at a high-tech art show and thwarting several large-scale explosions, the team must employ their unique blend of science and supernatural abilities to put an end to the machinations of the man toying with their lives.

This time, he won’t slip through their fingers.

This time, it’s more than a case. It’s a hunt, and Forge, Blair, Declan, and Lucas won’t stop until they’ve captured their quarry.

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We are once again back with the Vampire Guard in Elizabeth Noble's Quarry. This is book two in her Vampire Guard series.

This book had a lot of twists and turns that really kept the story hopping. Of course, entwined with all of that are the four guys: Forge, Declan, Blair, and Lucas. They really are a great ensemble. I was really happy we got more background on these guys. As we see how then all connet with each other we, as a reader, build a better relationship with them.

This book really focuses on the story and mystery. It's not a sex filled book at all. We generally see vampire and werewolf and assume rough alpha sex! But not here. It didn't take away from anything though.

I liked Quarry better than book one and I really think it was due to the fact the author really gave us more depth to the characters with the back story. I think you could read this book as a standalone but you'd be missing out. You really should read book one Code Name Jack Rabbit. I know there's another series where we first see these guys but I never read it so I don't know how pertinent it is to this. I would tell you that me reading this one and book one of this series found it to be plenty as we got into the thick of it with these guys.

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