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  • Posted February 15, 2013

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    Just finished reading this and was very intreaged with the book.

    Just finished reading this and was very intreaged with the book. Ivy and Lucius meet in yes a Graveyard and their relationship continues from there.
    She is human and He is ???. Find outwhat happens pick up the book and read.I do recommend this book

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  • Posted February 10, 2013

    A Grave Exchange is the first book in a new series, A Grave Pass

    A Grave Exchange is the first book in a new series, A Grave Passion, by Jane White Pillatzke. This book tells the story of Ivy, a human female, and Lucius who is, in his own words, "what humans refer to as a vampire."

    Ivy and Lucius meet in the graveyard as Ivy is walking home one night from her job at the local animal shelter. Ivy realizes Lucius is the corporeal form of a man who has haunted her dreams for as long as she can remember; and so begins their story.

    From the moment she meets him Ivy feels completely safe with Lucius and goes to his home with him after he promises to explain everything about himself and his connection to her. Their 'connection' grows and the plot advances quickly from there. The storyline is very strong, as are all of the characters, with lots of hot and steamy, but there are plenty of unexpected twists and turns throughout the story that make you keep turning pages to see where it will all end. I would've liked to learn more about Escuro de la Luna, Lucius' home and it's inhabitants, but perhaps we will learn more in the upcoming sequels.

    Ms. Pillatzke gives us a promising peek into her new series and I look forward to seeing the world she has started building grow with each new installment.

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