A Summoner’s Tale: The Vampire’s Confessor by Victoria Danann
Series: Knights of the Black Swan #3
Source: Personal Library
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars
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A secret society, a witch, a psychic, vampires, modern day knights, heroes, elves, fae, assassins from another dimension, and fairytales come together where emotions intersect. Two souls, joined by a mystical bond, separated by distance, must simultaneously struggle through pain and darkness in an ultimate confrontation with character and an ultimate struggle for life proving that true love waits patiently through lifetimes and finds courage to survive. Even in the strangest places. Even when you’re least expecting it. Even when you’re far, far from home.
Another wonderful, gripping installment! The third book in the Order of the Black Swan series was packed with the elaborate back story of the Vampire Baka, and broken up by the nail-biting suspense of Elora’s “retirement.”
So here’s what we know about Baka – he passed Martin Luther on the street, accidentally scared Shakespeare to death, owned the ship from the notorious Boston Tea Party incident, inadvertently caused Picasso to slip into his Blue Period… and was a Vampire… Twice.
Oh, I need to point something out that bothered me *pushes glasses up to the bridge of my nose* In book two, Elora makes the comment about Monq probably being “Smarter than Einstein” only to find out from Grey and Simon that Einstein never existed in the present dimension. However, as Baka lists the various scholars whose woe he has studied, he lists Einstein among the people he has read… Sorry, just needed to mention that…