Blood Oath by Christopher Farnsworth

**I downloaded the audio of this book from Scribd.**

I heard of this series awhile ago, but my TBD list is always long. With the audio, though I can read it while I exercise. However, this book is so good I read it even when I wasn’t exercising. The idea of a vampire personally assigned to the Office of the President is very creative a new twist on vampire literature. I liked how the author weaves in flashbacks as well as informational narrative. It helps advance the story without boring the reader.

Bronson Pinchot is the narrator for this book. At first, I found it difficult to forget his sitcom days. However, he does a great job of bringing these characters to life. Each character (and there are a lot) was a unique creation. It amazes me how narrators can keep track of the different voices they use. As if often the case when I listen to books, he will always be the main character and the main character will always be him from now on. I can’t wait to get the next one.

Zach Barrows is a cocky, ambitious White House employee until he’s abruptly transferred out and partnered with Nathaniel Cade, a secret agent sworn to protect the president. But Cade is no ordinary civil servant. Bound 140 years ago by a special blood oath, Nathanial Cade is a vampire. On the orders of the president he defends the nation against enemies far stranger-and even more dangerous-than civilians like Zach could ever imagine.

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