Judgement Day

Vampires don't get happily ever afters (Seekers Book 2)

Fiction - Fantasy - Urban
318 Pages
Reviewed on 05/27/2021
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Reviewed by K S Marsden for Readers' Favorite

Jacqueline “Jack” Valentine has been a Silver (vampire) for twenty years. She’s still new to this world, but she is an effective Seeker (paranormal police and tidy-upper of human messes). Her astute observations and unwillingness to let things slide means that she has come to the attention of several powerful members of the Silver community. Judgement Day is the second book in the Seekers series by Josie Jaffrey. Jack is back with another case of a human killed by an unknown vampire. There is further evidence of something bigger at play. The victim is the human descendent of Jack’s captain, and the more they look into the murder, the more questions arise about what is really going on.

I thoroughly enjoyed this second installment. Jack has a bad habit of acting before she thinks, but she always has the best intentions. Likewise, she tends to express all of her feelings with actions rather than words and it was really sweet to watch her relationship with Tabitha evolve. Drake isn’t ready to let her go though, and he runs interference at every opportunity. Only, Jack continues to be purposefully ignorant about their connection. This is another strong paranormal investigative story, but there is so much more going on behind the scenes. Jack is still a young Silver and, based in Oxford, they have their own little community. The shadow of the Solis Invicti and the leaders of the Silver is looming closer. You get a definite feeling that things are ready to explode at any moment, and Jack’s sense of who she is and those she trusts is about to change. Judgement Day was so much fun, and I can’t wait for the next book in the series by Josie Jaffrey!