Tall, Dark & Lonely (Pyte/Sentinel, #1)Tall, Dark & Lonely by R.L. Mathewson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Madison has uprooted her brother and sisters after her mother derails her life once again. Madison’s mother was never a mother, a woman who flung from man to man leaving her kids on their own, Madison raised her siblings always putting her own needs aside. Now moving to her Grandmothers in New Hampshire, she is hoping that she might be able to get some support.

Detective Ephraim Williams has been living in the boarding house for years, Ephraim doesn’t attach himself to anyone not after centuries of being alone. As a Pyte he is a mix between vampire and human and despite efforts over the years to kill him, he can’t die. When he meets Madison, he is immediately attracted and knows he needs to stay away from her. However, he can’t he wants Madison but could she accept him for who he is and with danger lurking he feels the need to protect what he is beginning to think of as his family.

I liked this one but thought at times it was a bit angsty. Madison is an interesting character but at times I think she was a bit immature when it came to Ephraim. I liked Ephraim a lot, he is a big alpha male who questions himself initially with Madison but once he makes a decision he is a force to be reckoned with. Great read.

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