Review: Of Blood And Passion by Pamela Palmer

Of Blood and Passion
Vamp in the City #3
Pamela Palmer

In the gripping conclusion to the Vamp City trilogy, sorceress Quinn Lennoxand vampire Arturo Mazza battle the dangerously powerful vampire master, Cristoff Gonzaga, in a desperate attempt to save both of their worlds. As Vamp City crumbles around them, their only chance of survival demands an unconditional trust that will test the very foundation of Quinn’s soul, and surrender to a powerful love neither can deny.

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About the author...
Pamela Palmer is the New York TimesUSA Today, and international bestselling author of more than a dozen novels including both the Vamp City and Feral Warriors series. When Pamela's initial career goal of captaining starships failed to pan out, she turned to engineering, satisfying her desire for adventure with books and daydreams until finally succumbing to the need to create worlds of her own. Pamela lives and writes in the suburbs of Washington, D.C.

My thoughts...

If you stay really still and listen very hard you might just be able to hear my heart breaking. That's right, breaking! That's how I feel about the end of this series. From book one, A Blood Seduction I've been hooked. 

This has book one of all time favorite series! The funny part about the series is that all the books but the novella, A Love Forever is about Quinn Lennoxand  and Arturo Mazza. Usually I'm not a fan of my books having the same main characters. I like to read their stories and move on. The only other series with the same characters that I've kept reading is J D Robb's.

 I love Eve & Roarke. 

So I found it funny that I'd do it again. But I did. I just love Quinn and Arturo. Okay, most Arturo...sue me. He's sexy and dangerous. What a combo. 

Pamela Palmer did a wonderful job of ending this series. By the end of the book you feel like the loose threads are all tied up. I really like that in a short series with a main thread going from book to book. Nothing worse then finish the last book and saying, what about....

So much happens in Of Blood and Passion. Poor Quinn struggles with what she has to do to be able to defeat Cristoff Gonzaga and save both of her world and Arturo's (I'm typing his name with love). She also worries about her brother Luke to the point that it becomes to much. Poor Luke. She has trouble seeing him as a adult. 

I'm so bummed that this series is already over. I feel that even though the main thread is done there are characters we'd love to know more about. Hint, hint...

This is one of those series that you really should read in order. It will help with the big picture. This is a one weekend read type of series. Once you start reading them, you won't be able to stop. 

I'd love to hear your thoughts about either this book, or the whole Vamp City Series! Happy reading! 

Make sure to get the other books in the series...


  1. oh I can't wait to read this book, I loved books 1 and 2. Great review, glad to see it had the loose ends tied up pretty well.

    1. I loved the first two books also. I was very happy with the ending, other then the fact that it ended. Haha!

  2. I love this series. So different. Adding to THE BUY List!


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