Emily Dinwiddie has grown up believing in the supernatural. After her father's tragic death, she takes her place as leader of the society her father founded that deals with the supernatural. Emily must also turn to a man that she believes is a vampire and ask for his help in finding her father's murderer. But she didn’t expect for Count Révay-Czobar to hold such appeal to her and the more time they spend together the stronger her feelings grow.
Valentin Lupescu, Count Révay-Czobar, is intrigued by the lovely creature that approaches him for help. Val agrees to help Emily find her father’s killer in exchange for an item that was stolen from him long ago. But the more time Valentine spends with Emily the more she intrigues him. All of Val’s protective instincts come to the fore when it appears that Emily’s life may be in danger.
Waltz with a Vampire was a charming story that readers will greatly enjoy. Emily’s confidence in her paranormal knowledge during dodgy situations is entertaining in light of her previous inexperience with the paranormal. Val and Emily make a great couple and readers will find themselves smiling at their interactions. Waltz with a Vampire is the first book I’ve read by Maggie MacKeever and I found her to be a delight and look forward to reading more of her work.