Genre: Young Adult/New Adult (Paranormal/Dystopian)
It’s almost Christmas. With the global holiday days away, the people of the world should be turning their attention toward celebrating peace and goodwill, but tension between humans, vampires, and væmpires is at an all-time high. Desperate for solutions, King Brant schedules a secret summit deep in North America’s Northern Forest. Along with Queen Anne, Princess Cassandra, Daniel’s family, and the human president and First Lady, the vampire leader seeks to reaffirm the ties between humans and vampires, while brainstorming ways to respond to the growing hostility among væmpires.
Meanwhile, Daniel and Cassie’s relationship is at an all-time low. The princess is still reeling from her breakup with Vielyn, and Daniel doesn’t know what he should or shouldn’t do to help. Little does he know that the summit will be flooded with surprises—guests, allegations, accusations, proposals, and even Christmas Eve revelations—but not all of the surprises will be pleasant.
Væmpires: White Christmas brought you back before the war broke out and let you get to know Daniel and Cassie on a more personal level without them being in survival mode. I enjoyed seeing this side of them as their relationship began, and being the sap that I am, I wouldn't have minded if this story was a little longer. They are too darn cute together. Just like in Væmpires: Revolution, the author paints a very visual picture with his words. He brings you into the story. You feel their anger, their love, and their fear.
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I received Væmpires: White Christmas by Thomas Winship from the author for review. The opinions are my own.