Washington, D.C., capital of an empire. Powerful. Exhilarating. Corrupt. And in the shadows, vampires far older than the nation itself.
A power unto himself, Duncan has served at Raphael's side for 150 years. But long laid plans have finally borne fruit, and the time has come for Duncan to leave Raphael and tackle the greatest challenge of his life. He will face treacherous vampires and murderous humans. He will rock the halls of human power if necessary. But Washington, D.C. will be his.
Emma Duquet cares nothing for vampire politics. She just wants to find her missing roommate and best friend, Lacey. But Lacey's been playing with vampires of a particularly dangerous kind, and Emma will have to deal with the new vampire in town if she's going to find her friend.
Battling powerful enemies who will stop at nothing to keep their secrets, Duncan and Emma will dig beneath the corruption and depravity that is Washington, D.C. and uncover the most heinous conspiracy of all.
©2011 D.B. Reynolds (P)2016 ImaJinn Books
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"Love this series......."
I need to get used to a new narrator, especially being a male voice. Now just waiting for the rest of the series to be released on audible.
"Vampires in America"
great series!! Another entertaining, easy read!
Can't wait for the next book which I am guessing will be "Lucas".
"Another Wonderful Edition to Vampires in America"
I have been waiting for this book to be in audio. I love this series and have listened to the first four many times.
In this book, Raphael's Lt and right hand man have decided to put the next phase of their plan into motion with Duncan taking over the D.C. residence of the Vampire Ambassador. Things are really rotten and Duncan finds that he needs to clean up the mess left by his predecessor.
And then there's Emma, another lawyer, working on capital hill and trying to find out what happened to her friend. Not so much fireworks (fights and arguments), but a steady attraction between two strong characters which was nice to "watch" unfold.
I was worried about the change in narrators as I have really enjoyed Traci Odom's narration, but Nick Russo has stepped up to the plate and hit one out of the ball park and is a wonderful edition to the Vampires in America family. I can also understand the change in narrators as the focus is shifting from Cyn and Raphael and onto new male vampires who each have back stories and battles of their own. In this book and those that follow, you hear from the male character as much if not more than the female lead.
I'm looking forward to the next audio book.
"Love Nick J Russo - great narrator change!"
I love Nick in his work with other authors and I bought this because I love his work so much. I'm a big DB Reynolds fan and he did her proud.
This is a fun series with a great new narrator!
I hope we see more of him!
"Loved this book"
I've liked all the books in this series and find them worthy, although I'll admit that Raphael and Jabril, focusing on the two main characters, were my favorites up until now. The other two books were good, but were a little weaker in my opinion. I liked Duncan's character in the earlier books, so I'm glad he got his own story. The storyline was good - so good, in fact that I went back in and re-downloaded the first two books so I can listen to them again then I'll listen to Duncan again just because. Ahhhh.
"I love Duncan..."
Continuation of the Vampires in America Series. Good Easy Read..love the narrator. way better than the female voice from the first three books..
"Duncan comes into his own."
Benevolent smart strategist
I like the fact that Duncan gets his own territory. I was sad he left Cyn and Rafael because Duncan made such a GREAT lieutenant, but there are always changes. I liked the fact that his history with Rafael was revealed and how he was recruited into Rafael's service.
He did fine, though I would have liked a little more variation.
The fear of when Duncan was trapped in the mansion.
"Love the story...the narrator...not so much"
Not particularly. The narrator used for this particular book blighted the experience for me. Fortunately, I read the story before listening to it so the narration did not disrupt my enjoyment of the story.
Duncan because he's alpha. However, I do not think the narrator did justice to his character.
Unfortunately, having a male narrator do female voices often feels artificial. Needless to say, Russo did not do so well on the female voices. Beyond that, he ruined Raphael for me. I think Traci Odom did a much better job on his voice, Cyn's voice and all the other supporting character voices.
The series arc is perfect as it is.
Please bring back Traci Odom.
"Duncan became homeless"
I was so excited to hear this but after hearing it they pretrade him as wrapped aroundA bossy nosy rude woman finger very disappointing
"Love the book,the series! The narrator not so much"
Great Vampire Series
The love story about Duncan and Emma!!
Maybe, It's my opinion female narrator are better making males voices than males are at making female voices.
When Baldwin took a bullet and still took out the shooter to save Emma. Also when Duncan helped Violet with her nightmares.
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