The Vampire Code (The Fiscard Vampires) (Volume 1) by E.C. Adams

VampireCode_ECAdams_FINAL1I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Aurora Lake is a no-nonsense defense lawyer who doesn’t back down from a challenge.  This time the challenge comes in the form of a vampire named Sebastian Fiscard.  Sebastian has asked Aurora to defend his vampire brother against murder charges…..against a human.  The case will be tried in Vampire Court and if she takes the case, she will become the first human to ever set foot inside the court.  The world is changing and humans know of vampires but are still leery of them.  Vampires are fighting for integration into society, but it is an uphill battle.  Having Aurora try this case will help with the relationship between vampires and humans.  But at what cost?  What is Aurora willing to risk to see this through?  Is there something else going on with this odd request other than what is on the surface?

I really liked this book a lot!  The premise is so different because humans and vampires exist together.  Humans aren’t vampire food and vampires lead seemingly normal lives.  But, there is so much more to the story.  I can’t divulge too much information because I don’t want to give spoilers, but I can tell you that there are many twists and turns that you do NOT see coming. There is another dynamic involved than just the murder trial.  That is a small part of this story but it sets everything in motion.  I cannot wait until the next book comes out!  I wish I could tell you more about what happens, but it would ruin it for you.  If you want to find out, read it. You will not be disappointed.  Well, maybe you will when the book is over and you have to wait for the next one!

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