Review: Vampire Games by Tiffany Allee

Vampire Games - Tiffany Allee

Fills in Vampires vs. Werewolves Square


This is the last book published in the Files from the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency series from Entangled Publishing. This was a satisfying end to the series (if it is the end; if not, I will be back for more). I am a little leery about vampires in romance due to consent/ and free will issues, but that issue was handled well in the book.


I liked the heroine (Beatrice, a psychometerist) and hero (Claude - local high ranking vampire) both as individuals and as a couple. The mystery isn't so much a police procedural (like in the other books), but rather finishing a longer, more complicated mystery that the previous books' mysteries were a smaller part of. It really was about going after and bringing the mastermind to justice, rather than his minions on the smaller mysteries. This mystery therefore also had more personal ties to the heroine and hero.


Note that Claude can walk around in daylight hours, so not really in line with traditional vampire mythology. Thankfully, he doesn't sparkle.