Blood Touch

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Imagine the horror of witnessing one of your family members behead another member of your family, then frame you for the murder. Narrowly escaping a death-for-a-death punishment by your elders, you are banished from your home until you can prove your innocence. Not only do you have to seek refuge from your nemesis, you also seek justice...and revenge. This is what Dantalion, the newest member of the Gratista vampire family, is forced to do. Dantalion's psychotic arch-rival, Sallos, is determined to get rid of him...

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Imagine the horror of witnessing one of your family members behead another member of your family, then frame you for the murder. Narrowly escaping a death-for-a-death punishment by your elders, you are banished from your home until you can prove your innocence. Not only do you have to seek refuge from your nemesis, you also seek justice...and revenge. This is what Dantalion, the newest member of the Gratista vampire family, is forced to do. Dantalion's psychotic arch-rival, Sallos, is determined to get rid of him by any means possible, and will go to whatever lengths to see him dead, even if it means killing others along the way - including Alexandra, Dantalion's newly found human beloved. Forbidden passions...jealousies...family betrayals...personal vendettas, and an all-out clan brawl ensue in an unforgettable event that no one in the Gratista vampire family will soon forget.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781413751826
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 12/26/2004
  • Pages: 162
  • Product dimensions: 0.37 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 5.50 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2005

    Great New Vampire Story

    Vampires exist and are just as real as you and I. This is what Alexandra, a college student at Henning University, haphazardly discovers. What she doesn't realize is that she will be mixed-up in a vicious battle between the one she falls in love with--Dantalon--and his arch-nemesis, Sallos. Rivals ever since the day Dantalion became the newest member to the Gratista family, Sallos (out of jealousy)frames Dantalion for the murder of a fellow family member, and now Dantalion has to clear his name. Conniving, insane, yet irrresistably sexy, Sallos also tries his best to snatch Alexandra from Dantalion, which ends with surprising consequences for all three of them. Steamy tension rises between the three, not to mention an action-packed brawl between select members of the Gratista family, and the final fight between Dantalion and Sallos. The characters were very likable, and very realistic. I was partial to Antonio, Dantalion's 'brother'. You didn't see him too much in the story however, but I hope to see more of him in the next book. if you like Buffy and/or Angel, then check this out. Fans of the vamp/romance genre won't be disappointed. I just wish I didn't have to wait for the sequel!

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