First of all, I have to say that I love vampires. I can't help it. I love them. Always have and always will and I have an extremely weak spot for Stephanie Meyer's account of the Cullen family (sigh, if only I could fall in love with a vampire like Edward). Okay, so I'm a vampire junkie. No shame in that, even though my husband really doesn't understand.
I'm not so much into the gory side of immortals, but more drawn to their mystery. I love stories with vivid descriptions and vivid characters. I want to be taken to different locations around the globe and have my senses roaring in delight. If this is something you like too, I invite you to read THE FIRE OF DAWN. An enthralling story about courage, love, and the strength to follow you heart, that takes the reader on an unforgettable journey.
It’s the last day of the summer holiday in The Hague when Leah Koopmans’s carefree life as a teen is brutally flipped upside down. Her pale skin turns a dazzling gold, her senses heighten, and her muscles possess an uncanny strength. But with these exhilarating new powers comes a thirst that can only be quenched by one thing: human blood.
While her body craves for fresh victims and her heart drowns in guilt, she meets inhumanly handsome Max Machiavelli, who claims that Leah is an immortal like him. Infatuation ignites into blistering passion when Leah joins his coven in Amsterdam. But as the mysteries shrouding her sudden change to immortality unravel, she quickly learns that her aversion to taking life isn’t the only thing that sets her apart from this group of herculean strangers.
From the picturesque canals of Amsterdam to Corsica’s limestone cliffs and the untamed Siberian wilderness; from first loves to fierce battles, The Fire of Dawn is an extraordinary tale packed with romance, betrayal, and bloodsucking suspense that will keep you on the edge of your seat till the very last page.
Please, check out http://www.amazon.com/dp/B007J2K7Z0
V.V. Aku started this discussion 1 year ago. ( | permalink )