Mini Reviews: The Vampire’s Club Series – Books 5-7

 
 

In The Vampire’s Club Book 5, having made the decision to move into Club Dyavol, Lucas starts trying to settle in, but an encounter with some witches makes him start to question his world. In The Vampire’s Club Book 6, Lucas experiences Club Dyavol through new eyes, now knowing the truth about witches and vampires, but some of those witches and vampires would hurt Lucas for their own goals. In The Vampire’s Club Book 7, Lucas, Konstantin, and their allies set out to stop the other vampires and witches who have their friends captive and are planning to sacrifice the Nomad for their dangerous plans. Enjoy my mini reviews for these three books in the Vampire’s Club series!


The Vampire's Club Book 5 by X. Aratare

Book Cover - The Vampire's Club Book 5 by X. Aratare
Title: The Vampire's Club Book 5
Author: X. Aratare
Book Number: Book 5
Pages: 150
Rating: 4 stars
 
Review:

Here is my Vampire's Club spoiler-free series review, since these books are not individual stories but rather one story split up, which made individual reviews a bit hard.

I feel like there's nothing to say about this series/serial that I haven't said already. Plus, I'm bingeing these all in a row, so they're starting to blend together. But this story continues to be enjoyable, especially as the plot about the vampires and witches and their plans for The Nomad thickens! I'm curious to see how certain things are going to affect certain characters.

*Rating: 4 Stars // Read Date: 2020 // Format: Ebook via TTS*

Recommended For:
Anyone who likes vampires, witches, mlm paranormal romance, drama, complex relationships, and found family.

 
 

The Vampire's Club Book 6 by X. Aratare

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Title: The Vampire's Club Book 6
Author: X. Aratare
Book Number: Book 6
Pages: 156
Rating: 4 stars
 
Review:

If you're this far into the series, you're probably already hooked and don't need a review. But this one really upped the excitement and drama and action! I can't say much more than that without spoilers. I felt really bad for Konstantin though, being betrayed left and right. But finally things are happening, relationships are being forged and tested, secrets are being revealed... I'm excited to see what will happen in the finale!

*Rating: 4 Stars // Read Date: 2020 // Format: Ebook via TTS*

Recommended For:
Anyone who likes vampires, witches, mlm paranormal romance, drama, complex relationships, and found family.

 
 

The Vampire's Club Book 7 by X. Aratare

Book Cover - The Vampire's Club Book 7 by X. Aratare
Title: The Vampire's Club Book 7
Author: X. Aratare
Book Number: Book 7
Pages: 179
Rating: 4 stars
 
Review:

This was a great conclusion to the series! I have nothing to say about the series that I haven't already, but this one wrapped things up nicely, and I found the found family aspect to be especially sweet. Overall a great serial series with vampires, witches, complex relationship dynamics, sweet romance, drama, and an interesting story!

*Rating: 4 Stars // Read Date: 2020 // Format: Ebook via TTS*

Recommended For:
Anyone who likes vampires, witches, mlm paranormal romance, drama, complex relationships, and found family.

 
 
 
 

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  1. Greg

    I love the idea of vamps and witches co existing. a lot of times it’s vamps and werewolves or other shifters, but witches and vamps just seem like such a good combo.