I wouldn't categorize this Human Vampire series as paranormal, but the spiritual elements push it to the edges of contemporary romance. This is the third book and focuses on Angel and Detective McCoy, however, the H/h from book one hogged a lot of the stage. I enjoyed Julia/Armand the first time around, so this didn't bother me, but it did take away some of the relationship building between Angel/Kevin. None of the characters are actual vampires, but they share some of the attributes that are romanticized in their fictional namesakes. The uniqueness of this underground world makes this series stand-out. I'll be watching for future releases.