"Stuart Land's vampires borrow from both traditional stories and more modern vampire books in a way that is acceptable and pleasing. You still get the fangs and blood, but there is the modern twist of them living in families in the city and driving cars.
The story is infused with romance but it is subtle and doesn't steal the story's telling. The characters are well developed, especially the blending of the two personalities of the main characters as the book progresses. Minor characters spur the story on and gives Gailene's Vow a well balanced completeness.
Stuart Land's Gailene's Vow, is told from two people's perspectives. The transitions between the two narrators are seamless and brilliantly done with some talented writing skills differentiating between modern language use and more traditional english dialogue. The story is well told with some historical references giving the story credibility." - Iva