Shelfari edited the description of King's Blood Wednesday, September 19, 2012.
Unabridged Version without interruptions of its serial novel form. This is the complete novel, the way King's Blood was intended to be . Jack King is a handsome, crafty vampire who tries to maintain his identity in a time when the daily erosion of privacy is the norm. He has managed to survive a changing world for decades and now must face an age of rapid globalization, fleeting romance, and social networks. And just when his personal life takes an unexpected--and pleasant--turn, King learns his bloodline is worth a King's ransom. Betrayed, Jack finds himself a prisoner of psychopathic corporate scientists who want to find out what makes him tick. They will stop at nothing to violate his very flesh in order to gain the secrets of his biology, as well as his corporate knowledge of a drug that could change medical history. Separated from his girlfriend, Holly, and his best friend, Ted, the only ones who can save Jack from a terrible fate are an offbeat group of Chinese vampires with a rich culture and history. Thrust into their unfamiliar culture and running from exploitative humans, Jack walks a fine line between his assimilation and loyalty to his human friends and his acceptance and growing knowledge of who he is, what he is, and his growing role in the future of his entire vampire species. **REVIEWS** "P.J. Day breathes fresh air into a genre oversaturated with the same plotlines and characters. This page turner is something special." --H.T. Night, author of Vampire Love Story and Winning Sarah's Heart "King's Blood is a fantastic story that is told from an intelligent perspective." --Summer Lee, author of Kindred Spirits and Angel Heart "Hip. Relevant. Darkly funny. Day's vampires offer a unique perspective on what it means to be human. A fantastic new series." --J.R. Rain, author of Moon Dance and Dark Horse "Like" my facebook page for information on contests, new releases and other fun stuff! facebook.com/PJDayAuthor