Thursday, September 20, 2012

Cowgirls & Vampires #1

Cowgirls & Vampires (Cowgirls & Vampires, #1)

Cowgirls & Vampires #1
Author: Tim O'Rourke
Adult Book
(Amy's Review)
4 out of 5 Stars


Samantha Carter believes that a vampire is responsible for the brutal deaths of four women in her hometown. Desperate to prove this, Samantha accepts the friendship of a Preacher, two Cowgirls, and a Cowboy. Together, they are hired by the mysterious Englishman, Spencer Drake, to travel by steam train into the mountains in search of gold. It’s on this journey that Samantha finds romance with a man who keeps a dark and terrifying secret and discovers that vampires are not only very real, but are far more dangerous than she ever imagined. In order to stay alive, Samantha needs to figure out why things have gone so terribly wrong for her. But more importantly, why is she out of time?

My Review:

Gotta love Tim and his paranormal stories.  They set themselves apart of the mainstream books about vampires and all things that go bump in the night.  His ideas are like none other.  That is why I will continue to follow him as an author.  His latest book “Cowgirls and Vampires” is a great story involving action, adventure, romance and mystery.  Not to mention the ending, TIM!  How can you leave us like that?  We’ll talk about that later.  Back to the story.  The description Tim gives about the Wild West is unbelievable.  You would think he knows from experience all about how life was back then, and that makes this an even more enjoyable read.  His descriptions really put you in the story, able to picture every rock, mountain, town perfectly in your mind, right down to what the characters are wearing.  The story itself is enjoyable too because his creepy crawly characters are not what’s out in the mainstream today.  His are a whole different breed just like in his Kiera Hudson series.  Tim has given each of his characters a bit of mystery so you are always guessing who the bad guy is or what that person is really about.  It completely makes it a page turner.  I really hope Tim continues this as a series, especially after the ending.  Shame on you for leaving us hanging like that *sad face*.  I need to know what happened to Harry!  Enjoy. 


  1. Hi Amy,

    Wonderful review!! Yes Tim has the 'Tim factor' with his writing. I love his uniqueness and he exercises my brain at the same time:D


  2. Thank you :) Tim is one of the top male writers, on a very short list, that I follow. He is awesome. Thanks for stopping by and commenting!