Review: Vampyre Rescuer by Marion Webb DeSisto

Vampyre Rescuer by Marion Webb DeSisto
Series: World of Kurbridor (# 3)
Release Date: January 23, 2015
Publisher: Luminosity Publishing
Pages: 107
Source: book provided by the publisher for review



He’s a charismatic vampyre who can capture a woman’s attention and love.

A woman named Delia, living on the magical world of Kurbridor, is attacked by two vampires on her way home from work. She’s rescued by a tall, mysterious stranger who has followed her secretly for over a week. He’s Herres, a vampyre, and she feels an instant attraction to him, but thinks he’s only interested in taking her life-force essence. That is how vampyres feed.

Herres assures her she’s wrong, saying he is genuinely attracted to her, but will she continue to think he’s a dark vampyre who is only intent on taking her essence?

Reader Advisory: Can the heroine trust a vampyre who says she is his? Is she his prey or the love of his life?


Review:  This is a paranormal romance that is part of a series of book. Reading any of the other books isn’t necessary in order to read and understand the plot of this book. Also this book is not overly long and can be read within an afternoon.

Vampyres are different from vampires. A vampyre is descended from a demon and they create vampires. Vampyres don’t drink blood, but life force essence. Vampires are the one that drinks blood. I wanted to let the readers know this because looking this stuff up on the internet won’t net much information. I tried already before I wrote this review. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to include this bit of information because this is explained in the book, but I was afraid if a reader tried to research vampyre and vampire, they might get confused, annoyed, or not want to give this book a chance.

Delia is very sweet natured, very demure. She lives a quiet life without a lot of drama or fanfare. She enjoys her job, her friends, and her life. Even though she seems to have so much in her life, she’s still lonely and wants to share her life with someone else.

Herres has much in his life as well, and very much wants to share his life with someone else. He’s a lot more forceful and not necessarily aggressive as in hurting others and being overbearing, but aggressive as in knowing what he wants and not being afraid to go after what he wants.

These two people have lived on their own for so long that compromises need to be made and communication needs to be utilized so that everyone’s needs are being met. They can do it, they just need to realize how much they need each other.

Give this book, or even this series a chance. Paranormal romance is still romance, and the story is pretty good too.