A Flock of Vampires by Everlyn Thompson

Published: March 10, 2023

Burton Mayers Books

Genre: Occult Horror

Pages: 220

KKECReads Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I received a copy of this book for free, and I leave my review voluntarily.

Everlyn Thompson was born and raised on the beautiful Canadian prairies, and prefers to spend time outdoors with her family kayaking, skating, fishing, and hunting. She loves reading and writing about vampires, witches, fae, and zombies that get to find their own version of happily ever after.

As an elite warrior for the Vampire King, Stu’s only mission in life is to wipe out the Rebels’ Army, and maybe destroy a few Soul Eaters along the way. That all changes the night a Witch stumbles into the crossfire, using her healing powers to save one of his warriors.
Keltti, a lone witch in the big city, is elated to start working as a healer for the King’s Army. While using her magic for a good cause, she has finally found the sense of belonging that has been eluding her for years. Working alongside the Warriors to protect Calgary’s supernatural community, Keltti finds an unlikely family in the brotherhood of Vampires – along with an unexplainable desire for one sexy, dangerous vampire in particular.
Stu realizes that Keltti is his one true life mate. But with war ensuing, he refuses to complete the mating bond – a refusal which makes Keltti wonder if she ever really belonged in the first place.

“Because nobody messed with her flock.”

Keltti is a witch, just trying to live her life. She is slowly trying to ease herself into the dating pool, but it’s not going well. Stu is a vampire, a warrior for the king, just trying to survive. He doesn’t have time to think about life mates, love, or romance. He has to stay alive and help keep his brothers alive.

This was an interesting take on mythical lore. I enjoyed how things were explained and how each supernatural group was represented.

Keltti was such a fun character. She was so brave, caring, and fierce. I enjoyed her growth throughout the book. She is a force to be reckoned with. I liked Stu and his darkness. He was very mission-oriented, and when his mission shifted- I loved how he embraced it.

There were many great characters, and I enjoyed all the vamps in the King’s army and the wolf pack. I am intrigued by the other forces that are sure to come into play with this series.

This was nicely done as an introduction to the things that are coming. We are introduced to many characters, and I am guessing most will revisit in future books.

Overall, this was a nice balance of romance, action, and mystical storytelling. I think this series has a lot of potential, and I look forward to the next book.

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