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Blindsided by an attack that destroys her home and blamed for murder, Karolina Dalca, a half-vampire, escapes, only to plunge into the magical societies from which she was sheltered. Betrayed by those around her, she abandons her dreams of becoming an investigator and flees, trusting only herself. Her police internship would never prove more useful. Hoofing it through the w Blindsided by an attack that destroys her home and blamed for murder, Karolina Dalca, a half-vampire, escapes, only to plunge into the magical societies from which she was sheltered. Betrayed by those around her, she abandons her dreams of becoming an investigator and flees, trusting only herself. Her police internship would never prove more useful. Hoofing it through the wilderness, she makes it to her university dorm, disheveled but delightfully deflowered. Enter a full vampire: one wielding dark magic and a ride out of Canada. A fugitive from the law, Karo complies with his demands to escape, unsure whether his requests are bewitched. She vows to clear her name and avenge her mother's death, but Karo's family secrets aren't so easily left behind.


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Blindsided by an attack that destroys her home and blamed for murder, Karolina Dalca, a half-vampire, escapes, only to plunge into the magical societies from which she was sheltered. Betrayed by those around her, she abandons her dreams of becoming an investigator and flees, trusting only herself. Her police internship would never prove more useful. Hoofing it through the w Blindsided by an attack that destroys her home and blamed for murder, Karolina Dalca, a half-vampire, escapes, only to plunge into the magical societies from which she was sheltered. Betrayed by those around her, she abandons her dreams of becoming an investigator and flees, trusting only herself. Her police internship would never prove more useful. Hoofing it through the wilderness, she makes it to her university dorm, disheveled but delightfully deflowered. Enter a full vampire: one wielding dark magic and a ride out of Canada. A fugitive from the law, Karo complies with his demands to escape, unsure whether his requests are bewitched. She vows to clear her name and avenge her mother's death, but Karo's family secrets aren't so easily left behind.

30 review for Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes

  1. 4 out of 5

    Whispering Stories

    Book Reviewed on www.whisperingstories.com Half-vampire, half-gypsy Karolina Dalca (Karo) has been brought up by her human mother in Canada, never knowing her father who was Romanian. Her mother tried to shelter her from the life of her vampire family. With aspirations to be an investigator, Karo struggles to keep her inner self concealed when dealing with offenders, but when there is an attack on her home and her mother is killed the police suspect Karo as being the murderer and her career looks Book Reviewed on www.whisperingstories.com Half-vampire, half-gypsy Karolina Dalca (Karo) has been brought up by her human mother in Canada, never knowing her father who was Romanian. Her mother tried to shelter her from the life of her vampire family. With aspirations to be an investigator, Karo struggles to keep her inner self concealed when dealing with offenders, but when there is an attack on her home and her mother is killed the police suspect Karo as being the murderer and her career looks lost. On the run to find answers Karo is confronted by a powerful vampire who claims to have been sent to protect her and take her to her Uncle in Eastern Europe but is he really working for her Uncle? With no-one else she can turn to she has to learn to trust her instincts and a man she has only just met. Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes is a supernatural, fantasy. It is fast-paced and the adventure hits you from the first page. Karo is an intriguing character. She is skittish and sarcastic as well as having a decent sense of humour. She is hot-headed and doesn’t always think before she acts which gets her into some tricky situations. The idea of someone being a half-vampire and half-gypsy was interesting, especially as the Gypsies also had some powers. I can’t say that she was an easy character to like as I found there was something a little stand-offish about her and didn’t really connect with her. I did like the werewolf Roman who has a crush on her and was there to protect her, even if she does try to get rid of him. There were some raw, dark, gritty, violent scenes but nothing that I would class as frightening or horror-Esq, just scenes that fitted the moment, I mean we are dealing with vampires so there are going to be some bloody scenes! Overall, the premise was good, the plot-line was a little far-fetched, but then we are talking about supernatural events and I wouldn’t have expected anything else, and the journey was enjoyable.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Heather Mcilmoyle

    A must read!!! M.R Noble has re-ignited my passion for all things Magic! Not only is the story fantastic and a breath of fresh air in its genre, I really can’t say (even as an avid reader) that I’ve ever truly felt so taken along on a characters journey! We are truly given the opportunity to experience Karolina’s exciting journey/discovery as if we were right there with her! There’s not ever a dull moment and can be incredibly hard to put down!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Grady

    ‘The Charmed people of Romania stuck with their own’ – a tasty vampire novel debut Canadian author M.R. Noble earned her degree in Nursing and has worked in community palliative care and mental heath nursing, and in government claims analysis. KAROLINA DALCA, DARK EYES is her debut novel, and serves as Book One of her proposed The Dark Eyes Series. A member of the Writers Community of York Region, she lives in southern Ontario, Canada. The author has discovered a fine way to dangle a carrot in fro ‘The Charmed people of Romania stuck with their own’ – a tasty vampire novel debut Canadian author M.R. Noble earned her degree in Nursing and has worked in community palliative care and mental heath nursing, and in government claims analysis. KAROLINA DALCA, DARK EYES is her debut novel, and serves as Book One of her proposed The Dark Eyes Series. A member of the Writers Community of York Region, she lives in southern Ontario, Canada. The author has discovered a fine way to dangle a carrot in front of the reader of occult tales by placing the following before book’s entry: “Who are you anyway?” I asked. “Andre,” he said. “Private Investigator, but I’ll do anything for money.” He winked. “You’re not human,” I said. “What are you?” I stretched out my Charmed senses and felt magic within him. “I’m a vampire, princess. Same as you, but with a little extra superpower. I’m a full vamp though, and from what I can tell from your dismal amount of speed out there, you’re half.” He dragged a chair form the wall and sat across form me. “You have Dark Charm?” I asked. ‘I should have figured; you ooze sleaze bag.” Presto! and the author has us by the wrist and her initial entry into the heart of darkness (with innuendoes and wit) begins. We meet Karolina Dalca – ‘I was born in Romania, but it never had the chance to be my home. Instead, I wound up in northern Ontario, completing an extra credit internship in my tiny town, staring down the face of an alleged flasher, I readied the paperwork before my mentor, Constable Danny, interviewed the perpetrator. It wasn’t an ideal way to spend the summer, but my psychological profiling exam blew up in flames – literally – and extra was the only way I would pass…My cell phone lit up with its silent ringtone. Mama called for the twentieth time, I hung up on her in an argument. She should’ve known better than to play with a vampire’s mood – half vampire or not…’ The book’s back cover condenses the story well: ‘Blindsided by an attack that destroys her home and blamed for murder, Karolina Dalca, a half-vampire, escapes, only to plunge into the magical societies from which she was sheltered. Betrayed by those around her, she abandons her dreams of becoming an investigator and flees, trusting only herself. Her police internship would never prove more useful. Hoofing it through the wilderness, she makes it to her university dorm, disheveled but delightfully deflowered. Enter a full vampire: one wielding dark magic and a ride out of Canada. A fugitive from the law, Karo complies with his demands to escape, unsure whether his requests are bewitched. She vows to clear her name and avenge her mother's death, but Karo's family secrets aren't so easily left behind.’ The line between complete immersion in the creatures of the night fright and the magic of the author’s wit makes this initial volume of a series a tasty aperitif for more. M.R. Noble enters the literary stage with a wowser! Highly recommended.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Gemma

    Karo - a half-vampire - knows little of her supernatural family and heritage. When her mother is murdered and Kro becomes the prime suspect, she flees to her ancestral home in Eastern Europe with the help of one of her vampire brethren. Has she jumped from the frying pan and into the fire, or will she find sanctuary with her vampire family? I found Karo's journey to clear her name and avenge her health, as well as how she is torn between her dreams of becoming an investigator and her vampire half Karo - a half-vampire - knows little of her supernatural family and heritage. When her mother is murdered and Kro becomes the prime suspect, she flees to her ancestral home in Eastern Europe with the help of one of her vampire brethren. Has she jumped from the frying pan and into the fire, or will she find sanctuary with her vampire family? I found Karo's journey to clear her name and avenge her health, as well as how she is torn between her dreams of becoming an investigator and her vampire half, very intriguing and engaging. In many ways - amongst the violence, dark themes, and gritty themes - there is a story of self-discovery running through the novel, that at times was moving. Dark Eyes is a great read for those - like me- who enjoy fantasy fiction but likes it a little darker than the usual YA and teen fiction. Thanks to lockdown I sped through the book in just a few days.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer (bunnyreads)

    Review request from the author. Thank you to M.R. Noble for the digital copy in exchange for review. 3.5 *** I don’t read a lot in the vampire section of the genre but when M.R. Noble offered a copy of Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyesfor review, I thought why not? This sounds fun, the cover was eye-catching (wink, wink) and I needed the change of pace this story promised. Karolina Dalca, dreams of being an investigator and is set to finish up her schooling, when all hells breaks loose. While at home visiti Review request from the author. Thank you to M.R. Noble for the digital copy in exchange for review. 3.5 *** I don’t read a lot in the vampire section of the genre but when M.R. Noble offered a copy of Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyesfor review, I thought why not? This sounds fun, the cover was eye-catching (wink, wink) and I needed the change of pace this story promised. Karolina Dalca, dreams of being an investigator and is set to finish up her schooling, when all hells breaks loose. While at home visiting- her mother is killed before her eyes when they are caught up in the crossfire of a Dryad hunt. Her mother’s death catapults the story into high gear as Karolina is on the run out of fear of being blamed. Help comes to her in the form of two men. The first is her childhood friend and werewolf, Roman. Their families are close and even immigrated together. That connection between Karo and Roman gives them a closeness that Roman would like to build more upon. And the second is the mysterious vampire Andre. He was sent by her dad’s side of the family to bring her home to Romania. Andre helps Karo out of a difficult situation, giving him an opportunity with her that he may not have had otherwise. Karolina’s emotions are pulled towards each of the men for different reasons, but don’t let that potential love triangle scare you- there is very little time spent on sex or her pining over these men. The few scenes that did occur were quick, and incredibly tame, considering how sensuous they felt. Which sounds like an oxymoron but you’d have to read them to understand what I mean. *** The story has a contemporary thriller feel; fast-paced action, twisty plot and foreign locales. The book sets-up and introduces us to Karolina’s world which is populated with the typical UF population; humans, vampires and werewolves, and Dyads (so far), and made me think of fun movies like Diesel’s XXX with those big organized crime families that have a global reach. It’s pretty obvious to us, that Karolina’s father’s side of the family, is embroiled in the underworld but just how deep-reaching they go, isn’t clear until later when she travels to Romania. There is a lot of the vampire kind of horror- blood, big overpowered fights, and some pretty dark themes with the equivalent of human feed lots etc. but it’s balanced well with humorous exchanges and some really fun moments- like the body switch, which was so out of left field and unexpected, that if I hadn’t enjoyed it for what it was, I would have loved it, just for surprising me with something different. The magic is a blend of superpowered traits that are associated with vampires: strength and speed etc. but also “gypsy” magic of healing and earth magics. And then there is some fun stuff where they can bond, and I have to admit, I preferred this ‘born into the family’ brand of vampires and the bonding with the bites, or soul-sharing, over the traditional ‘turning everyone with a bite’. Especially when the races are a working part of the society, and not just the normal vampires and werewolves are monsters. This was a hard one to choose a final score for (books like this are why I hate ratings), it pushes that line a little in the believability (I know we are talking vampires/werewolves here) especially at the beginning with the police stuff etc. And Karo’s emotionally charged, and occasionally whiplash-inducing choices, were enough to rattle your brain at times. But the story does a lot of things right, and has fun doing them.... I mean c'mon there was a body-switch. That fun, doesn't-take-itself-too-seriously style, is what allowed me to sit back and really enjoy the ride. Settle in somewhere because the relentless pace will make it hard for you to put this one down.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Emerson

    Dark Eyes throws the reader into a story of mystery and intrigue. Karolina is a half-vampire living in Canada with her mother training to be an investigator when her life completely falls apart. Accused of murder, she must go on the run and try to solve her family secrets and clear her name. I was captivated by Karo’s story immediately. Her relationship with her mother, Roman, and her grandparents were sweet and the mysteries surrounding her life pulled me in, desperate for more. I loved the jux Dark Eyes throws the reader into a story of mystery and intrigue. Karolina is a half-vampire living in Canada with her mother training to be an investigator when her life completely falls apart. Accused of murder, she must go on the run and try to solve her family secrets and clear her name. I was captivated by Karo’s story immediately. Her relationship with her mother, Roman, and her grandparents were sweet and the mysteries surrounding her life pulled me in, desperate for more. I loved the juxtaposition between her relationship with Roman and her relationship with Andre. The world of magic created with charms, vampires, and werewolves was exciting and thrilling. If you enjoy paranormal romances and mysteries, I would definitely recommend this book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Rose

    *****Spoiler Alert***** Classic story of good and evil. Karolina- a half-vampire with fire magic, escapes Canada after her mother's death, hoping to seek revenge. Instead, she is pulled between two men, Roman-a werewolf, and Andre-a full vampire. While in Romania, she discovers information about her parents, both now dead. She is forced to spy for Russia in order to get her father's inheritance. Karo is torn about her feelings and what she should do. I am not into vampire stories, but this one seem *****Spoiler Alert***** Classic story of good and evil. Karolina- a half-vampire with fire magic, escapes Canada after her mother's death, hoping to seek revenge. Instead, she is pulled between two men, Roman-a werewolf, and Andre-a full vampire. While in Romania, she discovers information about her parents, both now dead. She is forced to spy for Russia in order to get her father's inheritance. Karo is torn about her feelings and what she should do. I am not into vampire stories, but this one seems interesting if you enjoy them. It also sets up nicely for a sequel.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Valery

    Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes by M.R. Noble is an exhilarating read that explores the nuances of vampires as Karolina, or Karo for short, gets pulled into a world she was protected from. Karolina is a half-vampire and ultimately gets blamed for murder. Her world has been turned upside down, she gives up on her dream of being an investigator and leaves her internship. She runs, encountering the world from which she was sheltered for so long. She also meets up with a full vampire who she is not sure s Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes by M.R. Noble is an exhilarating read that explores the nuances of vampires as Karolina, or Karo for short, gets pulled into a world she was protected from. Karolina is a half-vampire and ultimately gets blamed for murder. Her world has been turned upside down, she gives up on her dream of being an investigator and leaves her internship. She runs, encountering the world from which she was sheltered for so long. She also meets up with a full vampire who she is not sure she can trust, but on some level, she must give in. This is a fast-paced read, with a good touch of humor among the pages, the vampire aspect is believable, well-executed, and not too over the top. You root for Karolina as she tries to even the score for her mother's death. Wicked, at times scary but fully enjoyable this is a must-read for those who enjoy the vampire genre and others newly acquainted with it. Highly recommend.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Anca Antoci

    Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes is an outstanding 5-star debut novel that combines mythological creatures like vampires, werewolves and dryads and adds a thriller vibe in a fantasy setting. The first thing that got my attention was the dedication: This book is dedicated to every down-on-her-luck-woman out there who needs a reminder that her inner strength is the sharpest tool she has. We see the story unfold from Karo’s perspective and get to experience a rollercoaster of emotions along with her. Karolina D Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes is an outstanding 5-star debut novel that combines mythological creatures like vampires, werewolves and dryads and adds a thriller vibe in a fantasy setting. The first thing that got my attention was the dedication: This book is dedicated to every down-on-her-luck-woman out there who needs a reminder that her inner strength is the sharpest tool she has. We see the story unfold from Karo’s perspective and get to experience a rollercoaster of emotions along with her. Karolina Dalca was born in Romania (which was exciting for me to hear considering I am Romanian), but then her mother moved to Canada. Now she dreams of being an investigator and works hard to achieve that. But her plans go awry when her mother is killed in the crossfire of a dryad hunt and the police blame her, forcing her to flee to Romania, looking for her father’s side of the family which is a mystery soon to be solved. Karo is half vampire and half gypsy, so she combines the magic abilities of both – the vampire’s strength (and in her case, fire magic) and the gypsy’s earth magic. M.R. Noble’s vampires are born, not made and they can father children. I enjoyed this twist of the vampire lore. She’s assisted by two men in her journey: Roman – a werewolf she’s known all her life and Andre – a vampire sent by her uncle who gains her trust by helping her out of a difficult situation. A well-balanced love triangle starts forming as the trio is on the run and fighting to evade the assassins sent by Karo’s other uncle. The story reads as a thriller in a fantasy setting. Karo is a very likable character although at times she makes some questionable decisions that put her in danger. In her quest, Karo gets dragged through the underbelly of the Easter European vampire society which is run pretty much like the mob. It’s an unpleasant world hidden from unsuspecting humans, with gory details typical of vampire horrors. Read more at: https://www.summonfantasy.com/book-re...

  10. 4 out of 5

    Tessa (Talks Books)

    Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes is a fast-paced, action-packed fantasy story featuring the supernatural world in a uniquely imaginative and captivating manner. What I Liked I enjoyed the unique twist on vampire and werewolf lore. In this story, vampires are born to vampire parents, not mortals turned by a vampire. Werewolves are also born to werewolf parents. Though, a mortal or other supernatural can willingly complete a bonding ritual with a pack leader that will turn them into a werewolf after their Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes is a fast-paced, action-packed fantasy story featuring the supernatural world in a uniquely imaginative and captivating manner. What I Liked I enjoyed the unique twist on vampire and werewolf lore. In this story, vampires are born to vampire parents, not mortals turned by a vampire. Werewolves are also born to werewolf parents. Though, a mortal or other supernatural can willingly complete a bonding ritual with a pack leader that will turn them into a werewolf after their first kill. The gypsy lore is definitely a personal favorite spurred by supernatural shows from the 90s; gypsies are mortals with white magic abilities. Karolina Dalca, the main character, is half gypsy and half-vampire, so interspecies relationships can result in offspring with partial supernatural traits. I found this world fascinating and loved the creative interpretation of supernatural beings. Karolina Dalca is a multifaceted character. I loved her fire and independence, as well as the fact that she is not afraid to tackle challenges head-on. At times, though, she is like horror movie characters who you find yourself fussing at for their awful choices—the type of character who goes down to the basement or out the back door. You know the type. I enjoyed the dark and gritty tone of the story, which is mainly about the Vampire Russian Mob (so you should expect a lot of unsavory realness). This story definitely delivers. It skirts that line between horror and dark, but I never felt scared or disturbed. With more than its fair share of violence, some rather graphic, it reflects the graphic violent nature of vampires and gang/mobster activity. The story has a good flow and naturalness to it that lends to the quick pace. I found myself rapidly flipping the pages to find out how things turn out and what would happen next. The suspense could have been generated a bit more organically in the action scenes. Still, otherwise, the tension builds in alignment with the pace. If you are looking for a dark, gritty, unique take on the supernatural world, you must pick up this book. You will enjoy the creative twist while being captivated by the story as it unfolds.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Samuel Green

    A fast paced and enthralling dark mystery/fantasy that had me from the first page and I urge anyone who loves something dark and gritty to add this to their wish list. The author Mr Noble has an amazing imagination and knows just how to build up the tension and keep you on the edge of your seat waiting to find out what happens next! I totally enjoyed the plot, although I must warn you that it does contains quite a bit of violence and some pretty graphic scenes. A must read in my opinion.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Dlevintakis

    This was the first time I've read anything by this author and i have to honestly say that it won't be my last! this was a great novel to read. It’s a fast paced read containing very interesting and unique characters and a great plot line, it does contain some dark and violent scenes which kept me on the edge of my seat but nothing too horrific! if you’re into the vampire/fantasy genre then this is a must read. This was the first time I've read anything by this author and i have to honestly say that it won't be my last! this was a great novel to read. It’s a fast paced read containing very interesting and unique characters and a great plot line, it does contain some dark and violent scenes which kept me on the edge of my seat but nothing too horrific! if you’re into the vampire/fantasy genre then this is a must read.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mummy's Naughty Corner

    What can I say this was an interesting read. I like the world and the set up. The story was good but it did drag slightly in parts. I like the half vampire part and how she learns all about herself and her family. The pirates were cool. I like the sarcastic banter through out and how Karo's temper sometimes get her into trouble. I would enjoy reading more in the series when it comes. What can I say this was an interesting read. I like the world and the set up. The story was good but it did drag slightly in parts. I like the half vampire part and how she learns all about herself and her family. The pirates were cool. I like the sarcastic banter through out and how Karo's temper sometimes get her into trouble. I would enjoy reading more in the series when it comes.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Janalyn Prude

    Southern Canada Carolina Dalke is half Romanian vampire and half Canadian. Raised by her mother and never having met her father her life is typical she is studying to be a private investigator at the Academy when her mother and home or attacked and she is blamed and feels alone but then she is confronted by Andre a vampire who says he has been sent to protect her, but being someone who is typically cynical she keeps them at an arms length. He takes her into a world she has never known is Andrea Southern Canada Carolina Dalke is half Romanian vampire and half Canadian. Raised by her mother and never having met her father her life is typical she is studying to be a private investigator at the Academy when her mother and home or attacked and she is blamed and feels alone but then she is confronted by Andre a vampire who says he has been sent to protect her, but being someone who is typically cynical she keeps them at an arms length. He takes her into a world she has never known is Andrea really there to help her and what about her uncle. This is all new to her and even though she is now living in in a world where she doesn’t have to hide her vampire side traits she learned being a human or still going to come in handy.. this is the first book in the dark eyes Siri‘s it is a very enjoyable read I love books where there is a bad ass female protagonist. I highly enjoyed this book and totally recommend it to those who love vampire and paranormal stories this is definitely one you should check out

  15. 4 out of 5

    Pegboard

    Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes by M.R. Noble, is an interesting novel of a young woman who grew up knowing her father was a vampire and her mother’s family practiced the magic of gypsies. But when the day came, when her parents’ past caught up with her mother, it devastated Karolina by the fall-out. The only thing left was to find her father’s family, whom she never met in the old country. Lucky for her, a vampire, Andre, was more than willing to be her guide back to meet her uncle. She was fortunate Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes by M.R. Noble, is an interesting novel of a young woman who grew up knowing her father was a vampire and her mother’s family practiced the magic of gypsies. But when the day came, when her parents’ past caught up with her mother, it devastated Karolina by the fall-out. The only thing left was to find her father’s family, whom she never met in the old country. Lucky for her, a vampire, Andre, was more than willing to be her guide back to meet her uncle. She was fortunate she could shake her werewolf friend, because secrets surrounding her were more than she could have expected.  I found Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes mesmerizing as M.R. Noble involves an epic fight between many magical beings. Just as Karolina masters one set of gifts given on her by her heritage, she is entrapped by an unseen ruler in a dark circle of lies. Supernatural readers will find this novel enticing. I hope the author writes a sequel to this book.

  16. 5 out of 5

    M.R. Noble

    "This book grabs you by the throat and does not let go! A fast paced, enthralling journey through a hidden underworld of vampires, werewolves, and other beings of the night who wield a fascinating array of powers to devastating effect. Compared to the more stay-at-home-type of vampires and werewolves I know, these protagonists are pushed beyond the human limit. I Highly recommend you acquire this book and hole up somewhere safe for the ride." —Stuart Rutherford, actor from WHAT WE DO IN THE SHAD "This book grabs you by the throat and does not let go! A fast paced, enthralling journey through a hidden underworld of vampires, werewolves, and other beings of the night who wield a fascinating array of powers to devastating effect. Compared to the more stay-at-home-type of vampires and werewolves I know, these protagonists are pushed beyond the human limit. I Highly recommend you acquire this book and hole up somewhere safe for the ride." —Stuart Rutherford, actor from WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS “Fans of Kim Harrison will be drawn into the imagery of Noble’s first book of the Dark Eyes series. In between bouts of fighting and the intensity of paranormal, dark fantasy, there are moments of comedy that make this series opener a real page-turner.”—Booklist.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Mary Brannian

    “A star becomes a sun, under the pressure of darkness,” - Karo Karolina Dalca is a hybrid; half vampire, half Gypsy. Raised in the arts of Earth magic, Karolina has yearned to know about her father, a man she's never met. Her mother can't or won't tell her, so Karolina is left with shadows and myths.... When her mother is killed by monsters not of this world, Karolina is thrust into a new reality, one of constant danger... And unexpected desire.... “The greatest monsters in the world are the ones w “A star becomes a sun, under the pressure of darkness,” - Karo Karolina Dalca is a hybrid; half vampire, half Gypsy. Raised in the arts of Earth magic, Karolina has yearned to know about her father, a man she's never met. Her mother can't or won't tell her, so Karolina is left with shadows and myths.... When her mother is killed by monsters not of this world, Karolina is thrust into a new reality, one of constant danger... And unexpected desire.... “The greatest monsters in the world are the ones we ourselves have created.” - Karo

  18. 4 out of 5

    Muzmuz

    1st thank you to the author and TheWriteReads for the ARC copy. Haven't read a vampire novel in a long time i was very pleased with this book, it had a really fast pace to the point that i didn't realize that i had read half of it in about 2 hrs. however even with the fast pace i wished it was longer so that i can explore more, the story felt rushed due to it being short, and i kept craving more, hopefully the sequel will be a bit longer with more exploration of Karo's personality and development 1st thank you to the author and TheWriteReads for the ARC copy. Haven't read a vampire novel in a long time i was very pleased with this book, it had a really fast pace to the point that i didn't realize that i had read half of it in about 2 hrs. however even with the fast pace i wished it was longer so that i can explore more, the story felt rushed due to it being short, and i kept craving more, hopefully the sequel will be a bit longer with more exploration of Karo's personality and development, as well as her personal feelings and struggle with the delicious love triangle. Here is to more of our beautiful dark eyed little vampire.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Hina Tabassum Khatri

    A 3.75 for me. Review to follow. 03.04.2021 Originally published on Hina Loves To Read To begin with, I will say the book was interesting and I was invested in the story as I really wanted to know what will happen to the main character Karolina Dalca. I have read a ton of vampire stories, werewolf stories and stories revolving around magic but this I think is the first one where there is so much all put together. But vampires with magic? That’s a first and points for creativity for Ms Noble on A 3.75 for me. Review to follow. 03.04.2021 Originally published on Hina Loves To Read To begin with, I will say the book was interesting and I was invested in the story as I really wanted to know what will happen to the main character Karolina Dalca. I have read a ton of vampire stories, werewolf stories and stories revolving around magic but this I think is the first one where there is so much all put together. But vampires with magic? That’s a first and points for creativity for Ms Noble on that. The writing was simple and with my hectic and exhausting schedule these days this simple and fun story was what I needed. I finished the book in way lesser time than I had initially planned (Seeing that it was taking ages for me to finish a book these days). The characters range from annoying to good. Our main character Karolina Dalca, a part vampire, is certainly one of the kind of annoying ones because she does not want to sit down and think things through. Spontaneity has its charm but when one knows that so much depends on one’s actions, one must think things through as your putting so much up to go bonkers. Now while this aspect of Karolina was annoying, this kind of made her more human to me as well because do we all not experience (at least once) where we need to do something despite the consequences to the self? Andre I liked since the beginning and even through the story enfolding and painting him in a dark light. I still believe in the character and that there is a back story to what may have resulted in his actions. Being an aged vampire (is that even a thing?) who looks like a late teen is suave and know how to get what he wants. His determination to succeed endears him to me. Roman, the third character completing this triangle and someone I am not rooting for, is kind of a confusing character. The narration in the story keeps saying that Roman and Karolina are childhood friends and have known each other since forever but while Karolina is referred to as a teenager, Roman is never referred to as thus. Every mention of him is as a fully grown man. I am confused if that is a loop hole or if it is intended thus on account of him being a werewolf. Whatever the case may be with Roman, the pairing I kept rooting for was Karolina and Andre because throughout the story I felt the ying and yang vibe with them. As in they just fit perfectly together so I am waiting to see where Noble takes this relationship to. Lastly, the setting. The story takes us to 3 countries in total and does not really show even one of them to us. It leaves more room for our imagination to design the places the way we want them to be. Overall, an interesting read and I am looking forward to book 2 in the Dark Eyes series.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Opal E

    Karolina Dalca by MR Noble is a new adult vampire paranormal mystery. I always had a thing for vampire fiction and have gorged on them ever since I was a teen… pun intended. That makes for a lot of vampire books of all time periods, genre and feel, and I must admit I am hard to surprise now, especially after reading splatter punk from the 80s. But it had been a while and the book was compared to Rachel Morgan which I just loved. The end of the series left such a hole, yes even now, years later, Karolina Dalca by MR Noble is a new adult vampire paranormal mystery. I always had a thing for vampire fiction and have gorged on them ever since I was a teen… pun intended. That makes for a lot of vampire books of all time periods, genre and feel, and I must admit I am hard to surprise now, especially after reading splatter punk from the 80s. But it had been a while and the book was compared to Rachel Morgan which I just loved. The end of the series left such a hole, yes even now, years later, I immediately snatched the opportunity to read this one. I can see the connections, the heart of gold heroine, too impulsive for her own good, never listening to anyone, always plunging to the rescue of others without thought or plans… yep that rings a bell. There is a lot of action, twists and revelations. I’m sure it will entertain a lot of people. But I must admit I liked the complexity of Rachel Morgan. The futuristic, post pandemic world was unusual and gave everything an interesting complexity. The relationships were complicated, the characters were less obvious. I should not be comparing books, the author is not responsible for the comparisons of others, but it would not come out of my head. I think this is really an audience problem. It really felt like something meant for people in their late teens, and I’m sure uni students will greatly enjoy it, the book is well written and the fast pace is justified, the plot is good. I just found the main character too immature. I didn’t like her much, but hopefully she grows in the series and that should also be a source of enjoyment for the readers. I also liked that the romance was only secondary to the plot, because too many paranormal books have become romance first and anything else second.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Monica Reents

    I haven't read a vampire book in a while, but this book had an intriguing plot description that made me want to give it a chance. The main character is half vampire and has fire magic. She is forced to turn to the coven she had always been protected from in order to escape being charged with murder. I loved the writing and found the graphic violence to be perfect for the scenes. I found the characters, plot, and twists to be interesting, and this book does a great job of setting things up for th I haven't read a vampire book in a while, but this book had an intriguing plot description that made me want to give it a chance. The main character is half vampire and has fire magic. She is forced to turn to the coven she had always been protected from in order to escape being charged with murder. I loved the writing and found the graphic violence to be perfect for the scenes. I found the characters, plot, and twists to be interesting, and this book does a great job of setting things up for the series to continue. I definitely recommend this book if you like vampires, magic, and fantasy. This book will take you into a world that will keep you turning the pages to the end!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Nicky Skene

    Karolina Dalca - half vampire, half gypsy who possesses fire magic - her world falls apart when her home along with her mother goes up in flames. Knowing she would be blamed for the death of her mother, Karo decides to run! She travels along with her best friend Roman to discover the truth behind her fathers family and her Vampire side, why she has fire magic? I loved the strong character of Karo with her good versus evil nature. If you enjoy a supernatural story with vampires, werewolves and mag Karolina Dalca - half vampire, half gypsy who possesses fire magic - her world falls apart when her home along with her mother goes up in flames. Knowing she would be blamed for the death of her mother, Karo decides to run! She travels along with her best friend Roman to discover the truth behind her fathers family and her Vampire side, why she has fire magic? I loved the strong character of Karo with her good versus evil nature. If you enjoy a supernatural story with vampires, werewolves and magic you will love this series. Dark eyes is the first book of the series which already I am hooked on!

  23. 4 out of 5

    (Ellie) ReadtoRamble

    I read this book for a blog tour, so thank you to the blog tour organiser and the author for letting me take part in this tour and for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. Trigger Warnings: death, blood-drinking, gore, decapitation, cutting bodies in half, fire, water, sparks of electricity, dead parents, war, violence, serious injuries, strong language and sexual relationships. Right from the first page, I could tell this was going I read this book for a blog tour, so thank you to the blog tour organiser and the author for letting me take part in this tour and for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. Trigger Warnings: death, blood-drinking, gore, decapitation, cutting bodies in half, fire, water, sparks of electricity, dead parents, war, violence, serious injuries, strong language and sexual relationships. Right from the first page, I could tell this was going to be a really interesting and new take on vampires, werewolves, witches, power, and I was not wrong. I’m not sure if this is a series, but from the ending of this book, I think it is, and I’m so glad because I definitely want to read more from this world and these characters. We don’t get to see much of Canada at the start of the book before the events that take Karolina to Romania, but when we do get to Romania and Russia, I actually quite liked what I read. We don’t get that much detail about the setting because this is a more character-driven book, but I did like the little details and the world that was imagined in my mind while I was reading. Karolina is the main character in this book and while it took me a little time to get used to her and figure out if I liked her or not, she did end up growing on me. I think I struggled with her in the first few chapters because she felt a little rough around the edges in terms of development and detail, but once she got to Romania, I was able to picture her a lot easier and that’s when I got really invested in her. I really liked how unique a character she was depicted as. I mentioned above that I had never read a book with a half-vampire and half-witch character, so the fact that her magic was also very unique was cool. It was interesting seeing Karo trying to come to terms with the events of the book, trying to understand her feelings for other characters, and also try to understand her magic. I think she grew a lot in the book, so I’ll be interested to see more of her. The thing I liked the most about this book I think was just how uniquely the characters were portrayed. I have read my fair share of books with vampires, werewolves and others, but I think this is one of the most unique depictions of both of those. I loved how the vampires were portrayed, they are as usual strong and nearly invincible, but they also have some other attributes that were really cool. I also really liked how Roman was described, he is not really a normal werewolf and I was especially intrigued by how he used his power to divert attention from them. I’m really hoping we have more unique traits like this in the sequel (I really hope there is one aha). Overall, this was a really interesting and enjoyable urban fantasy with vampires, werewolves, complicated family relationships and magic. I was a little bit confused by some of the characters as I said above and I would have liked a little more description concerning the setting, but otherwise, I thought it was a very solid first instalment in what I hope will be a great series. The writing style was simple but it kept me reading, it flowed nicely and I ended up reading the book in nearly one whole sitting. It was a quick, easy, fun and unique book that I really enjoyed reading. I also got really invested in our character trio and I hope to see them all together again soon. I do just have to say that this is quite a dark book, and it can get really violent, graphic and gory, so please make sure to check the trigger warnings at the top of my review before deciding to read it yourself. I gave this book 4 stars and I really enjoyed it. As you know, I love books with vampires and I’ve been getting into urban fantasy more lately, so the mix of these two was really good, especially with how unique the vampires were. If you like urban fantasy visiting far-flung countries, characters on the run, adventure, complicated familial and political relationships, love triangles, vampires and werewolves, then this is the book for you! I highly recommend it. My full review will be on my blog soon.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kerri

    Thank you to Dave @ The Write Reads and the author for sending me a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review! I should probably preface this review by letting it be known that I’m not a huge fan of paranormal romance. It’s one genre that I could never really sink my teeth into (heh heh) so I generally tend to avoid it. That being said, there have been a couple paranormal romances that I’ve enjoyed and the premise of this one sounded so intense, that my curiosity was thoroughly piqu Thank you to Dave @ The Write Reads and the author for sending me a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review! I should probably preface this review by letting it be known that I’m not a huge fan of paranormal romance. It’s one genre that I could never really sink my teeth into (heh heh) so I generally tend to avoid it. That being said, there have been a couple paranormal romances that I’ve enjoyed and the premise of this one sounded so intense, that my curiosity was thoroughly piqued. I decided to give Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes a go and, I have to say, I had a good time! This story follows our titular character after a tragedy leaves her an orphan and in the sights of some very dangerous and deadly people. With the help of her childhood best friend, Roman, and a mysterious vampire sent by the only family she has left, she travels to Russia to learn more about her past and her family. One thing I will say for this book, it certainly hits the ground running! We are immediately thrown into the action and it doesn’t let up, with danger and disaster waiting on almost every page. That made this a super fast and enjoyable read. It was almost like watching an action flick, but with more fangs! I really enjoyed the pacing and how deeply the author drew me into the story. I will say that I kind of wish there had been more time spent on world-building. There were times in the book where I felt confused because there just wasn’t enough explanation about the supernatural underground of the strange Dyad people. I’m fairly certain this is going to be a series, so I’m sure we’ll get more information in subsequent books, but I still would have liked a little more in this first one. As for the characters, I thought they were well-written, if a little over the top. Karolina was a great lead who had a lot of layers to her. She was strong, but gullible and I liked that she wasn’t instantly perfect, as well. You could see her struggle with tough decisions instead of immediately leaping to be the hero. It made her feel more realistic, to me, and I really appreciated seeing that portrayed! Her love interests, Roman and Andre, both sucked (one of them literally), but Roman was definitely the better of the two, lol. I fully attribute my dislike of them to my own personal tastes… I just don’t care for controlling or manipulative men! It’s probably one of the reasons I don’t get on well with paranormal romance. But I will say that they were compelling characters that I wanted to learn more about, even if I thought Karolina was too good for them 😅 I also enjoyed the magic system that Noble is developing! I thought it was so interesting how the different Charms could be inherited or sparked. Again, I would have liked a little more information, but one can only do so much in a 200 page book! It was a good foundation and I hope it gets built upon as the series continues. Final thoughts: This was a fast-paced, intense, and overall fun dive into the world of paranormal romance! There’s a little bit of everything in this one… vampires, werewolves, a secretive magic society. It all comes together to build a world that you’re happy to get lost in. Though I wish there was more world-building and I wasn’t a huge fan of the romance, I still had a great time as I was reading and I flew through the pages. If you’re a fan of paranormal romance and you like your leads to have some flaws, I think you would really enjoy Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Rajiv

    [Blog]::[Youtube]::[Twitter]::[Instagram]::[Pinterest]::[Bloglovin] Initially, when I started reading the story, I did not know how to feel. There are many things to get the hang of, like “Dyads” and “Forged” and the various “Charms.” Moreover, the author dwells right into the action before we even know to get to know the characters correctly. However, once I got past the first two chapters, I could not put this book down. It has been a while since I read a gripping supernatural tale of werewo [Blog]::[Youtube]::[Twitter]::[Instagram]::[Pinterest]::[Bloglovin] Initially, when I started reading the story, I did not know how to feel. There are many things to get the hang of, like “Dyads” and “Forged” and the various “Charms.” Moreover, the author dwells right into the action before we even know to get to know the characters correctly. However, once I got past the first two chapters, I could not put this book down. It has been a while since I read a gripping supernatural tale of werewolves and shapeshifters, and this book was very entertaining! Karo is a likable character, and you learn more about her as she goes on the quest to meet her Uncle. She shares dynamic chemistry with both her co-stars Roman and Andre. For some reason, I liked her angle with Andre more than Roman. The author writes the angst at an excellent, balanced level, which does not overtake the story’s plot. I also loved some of the supporting characters like Ina and Miruna. The main highlight of the story is the action-adventure. There is never a dull moment in the book, as there something happens to Karo in nearly every chapter. From facing storms at sea to high-speed chases at the Parade, the author keeps the reader on their toes. While I love character development, this is one of the few books where I thoroughly looked forward to the adventure. The climax is epic, concludes the story wonderfully, and sets the next book’s pace in the series. As I mentioned earlier, my four-star review’s only reason is the initial bumpiness in setting up the plot. I could not put this book down once Bronwyn enters the picture and Karo runs for her life. Overall, “Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes” is a gripping supernatural fantasy that I could not put down.

  26. 5 out of 5

    A Voracious Reader (a.k.a. Carol)

    Book source ~ TWR Tour When Karolina Dalca’s life is turned violently upside down, she has to go on the run. She needs to find her vampire father and get some answers that she’s been seeking her whole life. Karolina is a very fascinating character. Born to a witch and a vampire, she has some amazing abilities. She is half-vampire but has two kinds of magic. Unfortunately, she has never met her father, so her mother and grandfather have trained her in the magic they know and have told her to lock d Book source ~ TWR Tour When Karolina Dalca’s life is turned violently upside down, she has to go on the run. She needs to find her vampire father and get some answers that she’s been seeking her whole life. Karolina is a very fascinating character. Born to a witch and a vampire, she has some amazing abilities. She is half-vampire but has two kinds of magic. Unfortunately, she has never met her father, so her mother and grandfather have trained her in the magic they know and have told her to lock down everything else she can do. Kinda selfish in my opinion. And dangerous. Karo has a childhood friend in Roman Lupei. His family has always been around, but Roman and Karo are grown now and Roman wants more. Karo’s not so sure. Before they can figure things out, Karo’s life goes sideways and she ends up in Russia looking for the other half of her family. This book starts out strong. It’s interesting, has action and magic and a possible love interest. Then, tragedy strikes, new characters are introduced and it’s a race to get to Russia before the bad guys get her. A second guy is introduced. Will this be a love triangle? Somewhere along the way, the story telling unravels. Karo makes stupid decisions, she gains power without training, knowledge or consequence, and she’s naïve as all get out. Hence the stupid, and usually rash, decisions. The whole middle to nearly the end of the book is disappointing to me. Especially when Karo suddenly becomes a Super Hero that is nigh unstoppable. She flirts on the razor’s edge of being a Mary Sue. In addition, it may just be the author’s writing style, but the scenes are disjointed and almost spartan. There’s no cohesive flow to the writing. Things happen so suddenly I’m left with whiplash. And confusion. However, I love the blending of magics and the paranormal creatures. All-in-all, the premise and world are awesome stuff, but the execution lacks.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ani - Ani Reads

    Karolina Dalca is a 17-year-old half-vampire, forced to flee her home in Canada after she gets blamed for the murder of her mother. A murder she witnessed. Looking for answers from her deceased father's family, Karolina goes to Russia with Andre, a vampire sent by her father's family to retrieve her, and her childhood friend Roman. Will she find what she's looking for? The story itself gripped me and it was incredibly hard to put the book down. I finished 3/4 of the book in 1 day and I have no re Karolina Dalca is a 17-year-old half-vampire, forced to flee her home in Canada after she gets blamed for the murder of her mother. A murder she witnessed. Looking for answers from her deceased father's family, Karolina goes to Russia with Andre, a vampire sent by her father's family to retrieve her, and her childhood friend Roman. Will she find what she's looking for? The story itself gripped me and it was incredibly hard to put the book down. I finished 3/4 of the book in 1 day and I have no regrets. My boyfriend had to work anyway, so fortunately it wasn't the end of the world for him ;). Karolina had the tendency to make rash and unwise decisions, so the book was never boring as her behaviour made the story action-packed and fast-paced. What stands out in this book, is that it's the second book I've read where the love triangle doesn't bother me. There is some romance, but it doesn't play a major role. There is no "Oh no! 2 amazing guys like me! This is the end of the world, who should I chooooose?!?!!?!?!?!" and that's something I admire! I do feel like romance will play a bigger role in the sequel, but I don't mind because I trust it will be well-executed by the author. However, I struggled a bit with the writing style. It felt a little rushed and I would have loved more world-building and more elaborate descriptions of the environment and characters. It was something I had to get used to when I started Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes. I had to find a reading spot without any major distractions, because that was the only way I could follow the book. Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes is a contemporary fantasy with a lot of potential, but it needs a bit grooming. The story itself is incredibly interesting, with a unique setting and a different kind of vampires than we're used to, so it could definitely be a 4 or 4.5 star read with a few changes!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Mariel

    Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes (The Dark Eyes) by M.R. Noble I received a copy of the book and I am voluntarily leaving a review. Karolina Dalca lives in Northern Ontario, Canada with her mother and the intention of becoming a police officer. All she needs is to complete an internship to pay for university residence. Seems enough for any 19 year old, but Karolina has other issues to contend with, being half-vampire, existing on “ bunnies “, wielding fire magic, to name a few. Her attractive best friend Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes (The Dark Eyes) by M.R. Noble I received a copy of the book and I am voluntarily leaving a review. Karolina Dalca lives in Northern Ontario, Canada with her mother and the intention of becoming a police officer. All she needs is to complete an internship to pay for university residence. Seems enough for any 19 year old, but Karolina has other issues to contend with, being half-vampire, existing on “ bunnies “, wielding fire magic, to name a few. Her attractive best friend is Roman Lupei, a werewolf, their families emigrated together from Romania with expectation of the pair forming a couple. Unexpectedly her mother is killed and Karolina is forced to seek help from an address that her mother leaves her on a torn piece of paper. When Andre, a mysterious vampire promises to help her, can she really trust him? On starting the novel I assumed it would be similar to other vampire-themed stories but it was interesting to discover the added “ charms “ complete with a myriad of magical and mysterious elemnts. It caught me unawares and the reader is literally thrown in at the deep end from beginning to end. With the intense creative writing style, I had only reached chapter two and I already felt as if I had been eaten, chewed up and spat back out! There is a fast-pace, focusing on charcter goals which encourages the imagination to run wild. The choreography of the fighting scenes creates a compelling reading experience and each action is very much constant, just having recovered from one episode only to be catapulted into the next with the reader left panting for air. The book ends on a tanatlising cliffhanger and I hope we get to read more about Karolina's exploits soon!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca (Bex the Bibliophile)

    Thank you so much to TheWriteReads and the author M. R. Noble for my review copy. I had high expectations heading into Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes, and while I enjoyed it, I wanted so much more from it. I liked the story’s concept and thought that parts of it were well done; there was just something lacking that left me disappointed. I loved Karolina as a main character and the sass she had when dealing with people she didn’t like. She often runs into events without thinking about the consequences, Thank you so much to TheWriteReads and the author M. R. Noble for my review copy. I had high expectations heading into Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes, and while I enjoyed it, I wanted so much more from it. I liked the story’s concept and thought that parts of it were well done; there was just something lacking that left me disappointed. I loved Karolina as a main character and the sass she had when dealing with people she didn’t like. She often runs into events without thinking about the consequences, which did make for some disastrous situations. But she also had some tender moments, which balanced it out well. I think the combination of these two things made Karolina feel like a well-rounded character and a character you can connect to. When it came to the love interests, I didn’t like either of them, but there were aspects of their personalities that I did. If you could have combined the two together, that would have been perfect for me. If I had to pick a love interest, I would probably pick Andre, but he did make some questionable decisions towards the end of the book, which makes me doubt my decision. The plot of Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes focuses on all types of supernatural creatures, and it was brilliant to see a wide range on the page. I found the dynamics particularly interesting, as all of the supernatural creatures had opinions on the others, and most of them were not very nice. I did find it a little bit hard to ascertain who had what power and how they all related to each other, but after a while, I managed to get a grip on it. The main issue that I did have was with the writing style. I found it quite hard to get into the book and kept being pulled out of it. I also found the action scenes to be a little bit jumpy, which meant that I was getting confused as to where everyone was and who was battling who. I feel like it could have done with a little bit more description to explain what was going on and what they were doing. I am looking forward to where the sequel is going to go, especially after the events at the end of the book. As we learned some interesting things about characters intentions and I am intrigued.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mani

    I do love me a good vampire book and at first I wasn’t sure what to expect from this one but it didn’t disappoint. Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes is a supernatural fantasy that follows Karolina (Karo), who is born half gypsy and half vampire and her life is turned upside down after her parents past catches up with her family and her mum is murdered. This is a nice quick and easy read. It is well written with some great action packed scenes. My favourite parts were definitely the dark and violent scen I do love me a good vampire book and at first I wasn’t sure what to expect from this one but it didn’t disappoint. Karolina Dalca, Dark Eyes is a supernatural fantasy that follows Karolina (Karo), who is born half gypsy and half vampire and her life is turned upside down after her parents past catches up with her family and her mum is murdered. This is a nice quick and easy read. It is well written with some great action packed scenes. My favourite parts were definitely the dark and violent scenes but do wish there were some gore bloody details. The pacing is generally pretty steady throughout the book, there were a few parts that I thought were a little slow but overall it kept me want you wanting to know more. I thought the sarcastic banter between the characters was quite entertaining at the start but as the book went on felt it wasn’t needed as much. Now the characters, although I thought they were well drawn I did have some issues with a couple of them. I simply just found some of them to quite annoying and just really couldn’t connect with them not matter how much I tried. Now the one character I did like was Karo. I found her character to be very intriguing and although I didn’t always agree with her choices or actions sometimes I felt like I could still connect with her character. Overall, I liked the premises and found it to be an enjoyable read. I will definitely keep an eye out for a sequel. If you enjoy vampire books then this is definitely worth giving picking up.

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