Kat Redding is the very thing she hunts: a vampire, thirsting for blood, capable of killing any creature unlucky enough to get in her path. The difference is, Kat kills her own kind in order to protect human Purebloods. She's good at what she does. Good enough to earn the nickname Lady Death--and the enmity of every bloodthirsty being around. But now a vampire Count is intent on merging his House with a werewolf cult to create a force of terrifying power.
Kat can't allow that to happen. Even if it means taking on a den of weres and a vampire more ruthless than any she's encountered before. She has the weapons, the skill, and a few allies. But that may not be enough to eliminate the Count before her own dark nature rises to the surface--and costs her whatever is left of her humanity. . .
"Fans of Underworld will not want to miss this fast-paced, action-packed debut!" –Jess Haines, author of Deceived by the Others
"Kat is a complex, compelling character who takes us on a wild ride. Hold on and enjoy!" --Alexandra Ivy, New York Times bestselling author
To Walk the Night begins with us getting to see a little bit about Kat Redding aka Lady Death. After a night on the job for the one and only Lady Death, she's ready to just go home and relax, and forget the last few hours. The only problem is there is a message at her home when she gets, and the messenger is in her house uninvited. Once, she gets the message she realizes that she is being summoned by the werewolf worshipers. And they want her to help kill a vampire house that kidnapped their leader. Kat isn't sure it is a good idea, but it's a chance she must take.
This book was not what I was thinking it was. I was expecting a little bit more from it. I did like it, but it wasn't all that great. It got a little boring at times, and I grew frustrated with all the extreme details to details. I'm not sure if I will read more in this series, but this was a nice read to pass the time with.
I did enjoy the world that the author created. And I really liked the main character Kat. There was only one thing that bugged me about her, and it kind of made the book confusing. And that included her choice of diet, and the fact that the house vampires did it a little differently with the human servants they kept around. So, that was confusing.