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Blood Resurrection [NOOK Book]

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A centuries old demon using the power of the black arts holds the fate of the world in his hand — and only vampires can stop him!

When Bernard Fournier first meets Marcus Verano he has no inkling that the tall and handsome man is in fact a vampire. For eighteen years Bernard has lived a life of degradation in a monastery — abused and humiliated by those who should have sheltered and cared for him. When Marcus offers Bernard the chance of ...

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Overview

A centuries old demon using the power of the black arts holds the fate of the world in his hand — and only vampires can stop him!

When Bernard Fournier first meets Marcus Verano he has no inkling that the tall and handsome man is in fact a vampire. For eighteen years Bernard has lived a life of degradation in a monastery — abused and humiliated by those who should have sheltered and cared for him. When Marcus offers Bernard the chance of freedom he willingly accepts it, leaving the monastery without regret or a backward glance.

A victim of a plague that sweeps Europe in the 15th century, Bernard has only one chance of survival — and once more he accepts what only Marcus can offer — immortality. Time and distance eventually separate Marcus and Bernard as they make their way through the centuries. Bernard finds happiness in the arms of Pietro Dante, an academician employed in the Vatican library. All is well until the day when a demon force is unleashed upon the world in the guise of a new Pope.

Only Bernard and Pietro know of the demon's plans, and they find a strange ally in Constantine, the demon's son, who wishes to protect his mortal lover, Gustav. But the demon Pope is willing to sacrifice everything, including his son, for his ambitions. Even the threat of opposition from the Vampire Council headed by Marcus and his friend Joseph Meyer will not halt him in his plan to rule the world — and destroy all vampires in the process.

Can Bernard and his friends overcome the demonic plans to bring about the 'end of times', or will the forces of evil triumph over love and loyalty?

Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of M/M intimacy



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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781906811624
  • Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/27/2009
  • Series: My Vampire and I , #4
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 136
  • Sales rank: 440,814
  • File size: 531 KB

Meet the Author

J.P Bowie was born in Scotland and toured British theatres in numerous musical shows including Stephen Sondheim’s Company. Emigrated to the States and worked in Las Vegas, Nevada for the magicians Siegfried and Roy as their Head of Wardrobe at the Mirage Hotel. Currently living in Henderson, Nevada.
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Perhaps God did hear my silent pleas after all, for it came in the form of a tall and handsome man, who arrived at the monastery late one night, requesting shelter from an impending storm. The monks and I had been busy shoring up doors and windows, getting the livestock inside and bringing enough food and water indoors to last them until the storm abated. The previous year, they had been confined within the chancery walls for three days. I, of course, had not been permitted to shelter there and had to huddle inside the stable, listening to the howling winds and lashing rain and wondering what would happen to me should the stable be carried away in the gale.

I watched with interest as Prior Hubert conversed with the tall man who had a military bearing and was dressed in fine clothes. Greedily, the Prior snatched the coins the tall man offered him then ushered him indoors, away from my sight. A moment later, one of the monks bade me to take the man's horse to the stable and bed him down for the night.

The horse was a fine steed, its saddle and trappings of the best quality, and I handled all of it with care as I stowed them away in a corner of the stable, before preparing to brush the horse down. In the distance, I head the rumbling of thunder, heralding the storm's approach.

"That's all right…" A deep, melodious voice behind me made me jump. "I'll take care of him."



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  • Posted July 5, 2010

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    Super Read!

    There are two stories here and both are winners. If you're into vampire tales like I am you'll love these - both filled with great and sexy characters, wit and some scary moments. Bowie has come up with a different look at vampirism, creating strong plots that keep you riveted to every page. This is the first in the series and will leave you panting for the rest of the books. I've already read Duet in Blood the second in the series and its terrific. More please!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 3, 2012

    HIGHLY RECOMMEND

    WONDERFUL STORY. THE CHARACTERS ARE WELL DEVELOPED AND YOU EASILY AMIRE THEM AND ROOT FOR THEIR LOVE... AND THE SEX WELL THAT IS AN INTIMATE BONUS. BOWIE IS A TERRIFIC STORYTELLLER.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2012

    JP BOWIE

    I have loved all of his books todate
    But this one is outstanding
    J P must be a vampier to understand the subject matter so well
    JP u need to have book sifnimf some day to meet
    John C in Long Beach, CA

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    Posted June 18, 2010

    If I could rate it less I would.

    I am open to many writing styles, but this book was bad. It is nothing but characters that you care very little for having meaningless relationships. It was not worth my time to even read past a few chapters before I deleted it from my Nook.

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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