Vampires of El Norte


Vampires, vaqueros, and star-crossed lovers face off on the Texas-Mexico border in this supernatural western from the author of The Hacienda.

As the daughter of a rancher in 1840s Mexico, Nena knows a thing or two about monsters--her home has long been threatened by tensions with Anglo settlers from the north. more


384 pages

Average rating: 6.9




Community Reviews

Mar 13, 2024
6/10 stars
It was fine. The ending felt rushed.
Feb 14, 2024
10/10 stars
Isabel Cañas did not disappoint with this one. She kept all her spooky elements along with providing a great story line, with a little romance sprinkled in between. I loved that this story takes place in Texas, particularly South Texas which made it even more interesting for me. Both Nena and Nestor’s characters go through growth, thanks to their love for one another. It definitely did not go in the direction I expected but was pleasantly more
Jan 24, 2024
5/10 stars
chupacabra! do I am not sure what I thought this book was not a romance though. I was hoping for more supernatural and interest and less drama. it just like ended too nothing more about the gringos or vampires whatever. so meh. also on the audio book I was sooooooo distracted by the female reader and overpronunciatuon of the Spanish words. like the people who over pronounce Hawaii correctly or any word for that matter. so in summary chupacabra! more
Jan 03, 2024
3/10 stars
As my fellow club member shared, the book cover is the one of the only good things about this book. I appreciate the attention to detail Cañas provided regarding setting & mood…However it still lacked depth in character development & description, which made difficult to picture the characters. The book lead us through a forbidden love, which i would describe as passionate yet cheap. I was left questioning the main characters and their decisions. more
Jan 02, 2024
8/10 stars
Great gothic monster read with a side of forbidden romance

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