Book Review: Cameo and the Highwayman December 14, 2010Posted by Jaidis in 5 Tree Reviews, Book Reviews, Jaidis Shaw Reviews.
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The land of Shandow is a place of arctic cold. It was the scene of the bloody revolution, and is the location of the item Cameo’s master wants so badly.
In the dark of winter a vampire lies in wait…
…Opal is unable to run from his past… and Cameo must make a choice that will cost her the last shred of humanity she has left.
I recently finished reading the first book in the Cameo series, Cameo the Assassin, and had to immediately jump into the next book in the series, Cameo and the Highwayman, wanting to know what was going to happen next. The second book picks up where the first left off and continues to move at the same great action packed pace. Opal, the highwayman, is drawn to Cameo and almost instantly falls for her and yearns for her affection in return. Cameo slowly comes around to the idea, wanting to have the companion that she has desperately longed for, but knows that her feelings for others can only be used against her. As the story progresses, Cameo is taken captive by another vampire, Edel, who was created by the same vampire Haffef. While Cameo is trapped with Edel, Opal’s true identity is revealed and his main concern is not that he will surely be killed for his past, but that he will lose the affection of Cameo. Through the twists and turns of the story, Cameo and Opal both come to the realization that they are broken and well suited for each other. I can only hope that Dawn McCullough-White will continue the Cameo series, and this reviewer will be one of the first in line to continue on Cameo’s journey with her!!