Lian and Figg are still recovering from events that almost destroyed their lives, but when a good friend comes to them with a serious problem, they can't turn him away. Soon, Lian and Figg are neck-deep in local vampire politics and framed for a massacre they had little to do with. On top of that, the local werewolf pack is sniffing around, looking for favors.
Vampire Blues was even better than the first book in the series. Once I started reading this book I didn't put it down until I was finished.
Lian and Figg are at it again but instead of zombies, this time they have to deal with the local vampire coven. When Figg has to save Lian after he goes to see the covens master alone, Figg has to save Lian's life which ends up getting her framed for the vampire massacre that ensues after their escape. Now with Figg in trouble with both the cops and the vampires they have to find out who actually killed all the vampires.
Once again Stephany wrote a great story with all the same great characters from Voodoo Dues plus a few new ones. In Vampire Blues we get a few more supernatural creatures, more romance, more action and even more laugh out loud moments.