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Review: White Nights (SNAP!)

paranormal romanceTitle: SNAP: White Nights. The Kandesky Vampire Chronicles, Book Seven.

Author: Michele Drier

Published: March 18, 2014

Available on Amazon, B&N

Have you ever fantasized about a life of wealth and intrigue, passion and fashion? Michele Drier’s latest installment in the SNAP series, White Nights, has all that.

Plus vampires.

So far, this is my favorite book in the series. The author’s writing style is evolving, and I think in a good way.

Maxie is still dealing with the usual vampire drama. Warring clans. Expanding the SNAP media empire into Russia. What to wear to a party with oligarchs. That sort of thing. And like the others in the series, the book is packed with lots sex and love.

But now Maxie’s assistant is falling for a vampire, and it brings up all the issues Maxie has faced in her relationship. There’s some nice character development, and nice romantic development.

All in all, a fun romp through the glitterati of Eastern Europe. 4 Stars!

About the Author:

Michele Drier was born in Santa Cruz and is a fifth generation Californian. She’s lived and worked all over the state, calling both Southern and Northern California home.  During her career in journalism — as a reporter and editor at daily newspapers – she won awards for producing investigative series.

Her mystery Edited for Death, called “Riveting and much recommended” by the Midwest Book Review is available at Amazon. She’s working on the second book in the Amy Hobbes Newspaper mysteries, Labeled for Death, out in spring 2013.

Her paranormal romance series, SNAP: The Kandesky Vampire Chronicles, is available in ebook, paperback and audible at ebook retailers.  All have received “must read” reviews from the Paranormal Romance Guild. SNAP: The World Unfolds, SNAP: New Talent, Plague: A Love Story and Danube: A Tale of Murder are available singly and in a boxed set at Amazon, B&N and Kobo. The fifth book, SNAP: Love for Blood rated 5 stars, is now out. She’s writing SNAP: Happily Ever After? for release in summer 2013 and a seventh book in late fall 2013.


Visit her website: or facebook page, or her Amazon author page,


1 Comment

  1. Michele Drier says

    Thanks for the review and I’m glad you liked SNAP: White Nights. I’m happy with the way the relationships between Maxie and Jean-Louis and Jazz and Nik are evolving.

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