The ending felt too slight. While there were some good scenes I had to read the last few chapters a few times to get what had happened and really to realise that it was all over. I wanted more and could see that there was potential for a broader and possibly better story hidden under the story told. It also didn't really feel like it was set in Europe and particularly in France.
Summer Santiago is a vampire who hunts artefacts. She's sent to retrieve a violin that is reputedly Paganini's and when she finds it somehow it plays. Next she discovers that this has awoken from the grave Paganini (I hope without the Syphilis and other problems) who is fairly chill about his new world (there are occasional moments but overall he's a little less stressed than I'd expect a displaced in time type to be).
The romance worked for me the two of them were good as a couple but there were moments where I was unsatisfied.
I do love the cover though.
Could be used for Vampires, supernatural, demons, terrifying women, genre: horror and I'm sure a few others but I'm going to use it for Vampires.