As Long As: Vampire Assassin League, #28 by Jackie Ivie

As Long As: Vampire Assassin League, #28

byJackie Ivie

Kobo ebook | October 29, 2015

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Sokar had been atop the world.  Heir to a powerful pharaoh of the Middle Kingdom.   Commander-in-Chief of the army.  Hieroglyphs adorned temple walls with his many victories.  Supremacy was his birthright.  Wearing the double crown as ruler of Upper and Lower Egypt, his future. 

But betrayal took it all away. 


Geena Bauman doesn’t have a life.  She has a mission:  Finding and eliminating threats to her nation’s security.  She’s well-trained for whatever the job requires.  Death is a viable option, even hers.  She doesn’t need anyone, especially a man.  She’s perfect for the job.  Unemotional.  No friends.  No close family.  No ties.  No heart.    


Tracking down terrorist cells gets Geena involved in black market dealings.  Potentially stolen artifacts.  Ancient Egyptian origin.  Perfect condition.  And carrying a curse.  Geena’s not too concerned.  She’ll do anything necessary.  Besides, she isn’t superstitious.  She doesn’t believe in curses.

Until a god of the dead shows up… 

Title:As Long As: Vampire Assassin League, #28Format:Kobo ebookPublished:October 29, 2015Publisher:Jackie IvieLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1939820677

ISBN - 13:9781939820679


Rated 3 out of 5 by from "As Long As" by Jackie Ivie. Book 28 in the Vampire Assassin League series. I read this novella in November 2015. This was my review. As always, this new addition novella in the VAL series was short, quick and to the point. Fun to read. Fast paced. A cute story when you need that quick paranormal romance fix. Sokar and Geena are the main characters in this story. Sokar is a vampire who, in his pre-vampire life, was the son of an Egyptian Pharaoh. Geena is a human woman who makes a living infiltrating terrorist cells. When the two meet, their attraction is undeniable but the problem is, Geena thinks Sokar is crazy because he thinks he's a vampire! And everyone knows that vampires don't exist. Both characters have a quirky quality that fits with the style of this series. Geena is a very sarcastic character. Sokar is very stoic. Their language misunderstandings make their banter amusing. The only issue I had with this story was Geena's job. It's not really specific who she works for and her job is only mentioned in the beginning of the story and doesn't really have anything to do with the story line after that. What's focused on is her fighting skills. Other than that, I liked this story. I will be reading the next in the series.
Date published: 2017-03-19