5.0 out of 5 stars The best vampire novel I ever read. By Pat G. on June 16, 2016 Format: Paperback This novel rates number one in vampire writings, and close to the top in science fiction. Ogan is an excellent writer. There is an occasional misspelled word, but it does not detract from the quality of the book. Ogan shows a deep knowledge of warfare and weapons perhaps from his service as a major in the USAF.* The killing of others is handled very well and realistically. It is heavy on sexual content, but again done well. I shared the book with a friend who came back to me and said, "I think this writer has overdosed on Viagra." I laughed. I also liked the writing in first person since it showed each person's involvement and participation in the main theme of bringing the story to the front. It is not necessary to read the books in order unless you are one of those people who prefer it that way. The books stand alone. I read the second, the first, and the third. Loved all three and look forward to number four. It depicts vampires as friends of humans rather than monsters. It also shows a great love for animals.*Must have researched Facebook or (?) to find that out & I got a laugh from her friend's comment!
The second in the series, "Immortal Relations, Love and War" http://amazon.com/B00A4IEHL6 & the third, "Immortal Relations Coming Out" http://amazon.com/B00G5BQS18 are each $.99.