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Review by Wicked Reads
The Trouble with Mirrors reminds me more of the first book in the series with its humor... I adored Paolo.
Whew! Those boys were hot together. This may actually be my second favorite book in the series. I loved The Trouble with Mirrors and am looking forward to the next book in the series already.
Review by Inked Rainbow Reads
It was a very interesting read. The two main characters in this book are Paolo and Dakota. Paolo is the vamp and Dakota is supposed to be joining the Dark Slayers whether he does it willing or not.
When these two men met it was like time stood still and it was like the other was finally fining the other half of their sole. They both have obstacles that can stand in their way of being together and both know that they are taking the chance of being killed by being together but it seems that once you find your mate, nothing else matters.
Cannot wait to read more books in the series and cannot wait to find out what happens with Kellan and Jude.
Review by Rainbow Book Reviews
Another wonderfully fun installment!
Review by My Fiction Nook
I just love this series!!
This book had a lot more on-screen action while the vamps fight the Slayers, but it also had some super hot vamp-on-human sexing, and lots of snark and sarcasm, like I've come to expect from this author.
Review by Literary Nymphs
Bailey Bradford has created an exceptionally intriguing and enjoyable episode that poses several questions in the reader’s mind, as well as builds the desire for the next book in hopes of finding the answers to the mysteries revealed.
Review by Crystal's Many Reviewers
Loved the story.
Review by The TBR Pile
This is book five in The Vamp for Me series. You do need to read these in order to establish the characters and the relationships between them. Bailey writes easy to read, fun, little stories, with great characters. Paolo is sexy, sassy and a little out there. Dakota is flat broke. He’s a little shy and down on his luck, with the worst big brother ever. As always, the secondary characters are just as fun and add much to the story. I love Jude, hoping he gets a story.
If you’re Bailey Bardford fan, this is a must read. If you haven't read this author yet, what are you waiting for?!