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For the love of her vampire suitor Karl Charlotte has forsaken her human life Now her only contact with people is when she hunts them down to feed Her thirst for blood repulses her but its fulfilment brings ecstasyThe one light in the shadows is the passion that burns between her and Karl A love that it seems will last for eternity until Karl's former lover the seductively beautiful Katerina is rescued from the Crystal Ring For nearly fifty years she has lain as dead in the icy depths of the Weisskalt Now she wants to reclaim her life and Karl In despair Charlotte turns to the prima ballerina Violette Lenoir an ice maiden who only thaws when she dances Charlotte is fascinated as she has been by no other human longing to bring joy to the dancer But her obsession opens the floodgates to a far darker threat than the vampires could ever have imagined For Violette is than human and if she succumbs to the vampire's kiss it could unleash a new terror


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    My review of the first book is hereI still feel kind of weirdly ambivalent about these books Everything the copy says about the lush gothicness it’s true I find the prose really compelling something sweet and syrupy and addictive It engages all the senses it draws you into its dark embrace it is exactly the rich velvety experience promised by the titles A Taste of Blood Wine A Dance in Blood Velvet The Dark Blood of PoppiesI was a little ambivalent with the first book because of the fear that it was going to glorify the vampirism as some kind of true love some kind of real romanticism In a way it does Karl and Charlotte do truly love one another and they’ll come through their trials to find each other again But at the same time it never shies away from the monstrousness which is in part what makes it so compelling Their power hypnotic sensual their pain and separation from humanity It’s done well that constant push and pull their dependence on humanity the way they may kid themselves they feel above“Fierce intolerant and possessive” is how Charlotte describes their love — there are no illusions here about it I think I’m okay with that as long as the books continue walking this line between monstrous and sympathetic Andreas for example is one character who seems to fall on the other side of the line in his sheer self absorption Ilona in her amoral gloating about what she is the way she plays it to the hilt Charlotte and Karl aren’t perfect either but they try not to fall into that and it works to make them interesting charactersNow what I’m not sure about is the mythology the angels or whatever they are and VioletteLilith After Kristian’s fall in the first book it seemed like it was going a rationalist route with Charlotte’s beliefs and then there was a ton of occult stuff in this book I’m gonna read The Dark Blood of Poppies though definitely if Warrington can keep me uncertain but riveted through two books I’m along for the ride with the next twoReview originally posted here