Review: The Vampire Will See You Now by Cassandra Lawson

Review: The Vampire Will See You Now by Cassandra Lawson

The Vampire Will See You Now

By: Cassandra Lawson
Genres: Paranormal Romance, urban fantasy
Pages: 148
Published on: December 29, 2014
Review: The Vampire Will See You Now by Cassandra Lawson

For more than three years Justin pursued Caitlin with a single-minded purpose, knowing she was the one woman he would do anything for. That resolve was tested when a member of his own family nearly destroyed Caitlin. Now, faced with the realization that she would be better off without him, Justin will do the hardest thing he has done in two hundred years of living and walk away from the woman he loves.

Surviving the most traumatic experience of her life unlocked abilities Caitlin wasn’t sure she could handle and created a memory she wasn’t sure she could live with. Aided by a powerful empath, Caitlin has learned to control her own abilities and discovered that she is even stronger than she ever imagined. The only problem now is that the man she loves has decided she would be better off without him. Never one to let others control her life, Caitlin will do whatever it takes to prove to Justin how wrong he is.

***No cliffhangers.

Also by this author: Raven's Blood, Vampires Prefer Blondes, Raven's Blood
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The Vampire Will See You Now is the fourth book in the Psy-Vamps series by Cassandra Lawson. I didn’t read the books before this, but there is enough information given so you wouldn’t be lost if you started with this book. I would highly recommend reading the books prior to this just so you don’t ruin the endings of the previous books. If you read The Vampire Will See You Now first, you will pretty much know how the other books end. While I was not lost, it would have been nice to have more background on these characters going into it, but this does not affect my star rating because the author has no control over in which order I read her books


This isn’t the first book by this author that I have read. I really enjoyed her book Raven’s Blood , which is the first book in her Moon Virus Series. That having been said, my expectations for this book were somewhat high I suppose. There was very little action in this book. It seemed to be about Caitlyn and Justin’s feelings and trying to get their relationship back on track more than anything else. I expected some excitement at some point. The only real excitement came at around 91% completion and was only 2 or 3 pages long. It was resolved extremely quickly. This may not have been the best book to start reading the series. I was a bit disappointed by this.


Again, I do recommend reading the first few books in the series because from what I read in this book, there is way more action and excitement in the first 3 books. Cassandra Lawson is a very talented writer, so please don’t get the impression that the book is badly written, because that isn’t the case at all. It is written well, and has enjoyable characters, but it was just a little bit boring for me. I can absolutely see other people loving this book because of its characters and the way everything is tied together.


I would recommend this book to anyone who likes Paranormal Romance and Vampires. Don’t take this 3 Fang rating as a negative thing. This is just my opinion, and in my opinion, this wasn’t Cassandra Lawson’s best book. It was nice and very emotional, it just didn’t make me want to run to the bookstore and tell everyone I know to read it. I like more action in my books apparently. For me 3 Fangs means I liked the book enough to not avoid reading it to the end, and I will recommend it to anyone I know that I think will specifically enjoy it.


I do plan to read the other books in the series as soon as I am able. I am sure I will enjoy those a bit more. I will also continue to read this author’s books. Even though I didn’t love The Vampire Will See You Now, I will still read the fifth book in the series, if I am given the opportunity.

 3 fangs

I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. This did not affect my thoughts on this book or my review in any way.


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It felt like someone had shoved a bunch of cotton in his mouth. That was Justin’s first thought after regaining consciousness. Second, he thought about all the ways he could kill Aiden for drugging him, Okay, maybe not kill Aiden, but he intended to cause his cousin a serious amount of pain. As his mind became more focused, he realized he was tied to a bed. Not just any bed; this was his old bed in Nathaniel’s house. The room was still his since he stayed here if he had a lot of work to do. Most of his stuff was still here.

“What the hell?” he asked no one in particular. Being tied to a bed was more of an annoyance than anything else. He could easily snap the bed posts, which Aiden would know. Meaning this had to be a sick joke.

“Glad to see you finally decided to wake up.” Those words came out as a sexy purr from the corner of the room. In the darkness he couldn’t make out her features, but he easily recognized Caitlin’s voice.

“Care to explain why I’m tied to a bed?” he asked with mild curiosity. “While you’re at it, you can explain why I’m naked.”

“Call it an intervention,” she said and sauntered across the room wearing sexy black boots, skinny jeans and a slinky black top that rode up over her flat belly. Justin flinched and looked away from her scars.

“Why do I need an intervention? The only addiction I ever had was you,” he said with a sad smile. “I’ve done a pretty good job of giving that up.”

Justin was assaulted with lust so strong he felt it to his toes. His hips came up off of the bed and his erection stood tall. There wasn’t a doubt in his mind that Caitlin was responsible for his sudden arousal. The satisfied look in her eyes and the way the corners of her lips turned up ever so slightly proved he was right. Keeping himself from snapping the bedposts and throwing Caitlin onto the bed was a struggle. The only thing that kept his desire to dominate her in check was his concern for her.

“You need to stop pitying me. Stop looking at me like I’m a victim. Look at my scars,” she demanded.

Justin looked at her. His breathing was shallow. “Untie me Caitlin,” he demanded, sounding more like his old self than he had in a long time.



About Cassandra Lawson

Cassandra Lawson is an author and homeschooling mother of three from the San Francisco Bay area. She has always had a very active imagination and loves making up stories. When she is not writing she enjoys baking, spending time with her family, listening to music, or curling up with a good book.




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