I received Cloak of Deceit from Gwen Mitchell some time ago and it got lost in the review pile. This year, I aim to catch up on every review owed, regardless of how long it has been.
Alex Moore is a college senior and her whole life had been planned out. Until now.
Her boyfriend broke the rules of the vampire society when he created her and now she is not only a vampire, she is a psychic and has telekinetic powers. The voices inside her head are the hive, a group of psychics called Gregori. But she is more than that.
She is an impossibility. She is a Gregori, a sworn enemy of the Undead, even though she is one of the Undead also.
I went through the painful, horrifying transformation with her. I heard the voices calling. I ran with her, though it was only in our minds.
Whether she was a violation of the law or a walking bull’s eye, it didn’t matter. Either way she was in deep danger. They all want her dead.
There would be no escape. Without Julian, a Knight of the Cloak, a sexy Undead enforcer, she didn’t stand a chance. Would he stand beside her?
When she talked of drinking the blood and the thickness coating her throat, it almost made me gag.
Tomato juice + cow’s blood = newbie cocktail
I enjoyed this vampire romance novel. Gwen Mitchell did an excellent job with descriptions and details of the fights and emotions of the characters. I loved and hated them and what more can I ask for.
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Cloak of Deceit by Gwen Mitchell.