Rabbit Legacy

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Rabbit Legacy continues the fast-paced bestselling vampire saga begun in Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider. Seven years have passed since novelist Beth Rider escaped the clutches of Jack Dawn and his ilk. She and Michael Stone find that the war rages on as a Rakum remnant begins to rebuild under the thumb of a tyrannical and unbalanced Elder. Determined to destroy everything Beth stands for, Elder Rufus initiates a deadly plan to draw her and her allies into his trap. With the aid of a disaffected Elder named Canaan and...
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Overview

Rabbit Legacy continues the fast-paced bestselling vampire saga begun in Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider. Seven years have passed since novelist Beth Rider escaped the clutches of Jack Dawn and his ilk. She and Michael Stone find that the war rages on as a Rakum remnant begins to rebuild under the thumb of a tyrannical and unbalanced Elder. Determined to destroy everything Beth stands for, Elder Rufus initiates a deadly plan to draw her and her allies into his trap. With the aid of a disaffected Elder named Canaan and a mysterious, legendary Rakum youth known as "The Last", the "Rabbit Army" will confront the demonic forces behind those who threaten their freedom and their very lives. In the battle between good and evil, the gray area expands as Beth longs to bring an end to the Rabbit Legacy.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781617520297
  • Publisher: TreasureLine Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/28/2010
  • Pages: 412
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.84 (d)

Meet the Author

A master storyteller, Ellen weaves addicting and delicious tales rife with profound character study and honest emotion. Her first novel, Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider, has wowed readers from day one, challenging them to think outside the box and causing them to expect more from the vampire genre. Ellen graduated from Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama, with degrees in Psychology and Sociology, so it's no wonder that getting inside your head is one of her favorite pastimes. Ellen spends her free time reading, drawing, and vacuuming up cat hair, but most importantly, Ellen loves the sunlight and has no holes in her neck.
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  • Posted January 14, 2012

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    Amazing Sequel

    At first I was a little conflicted about reading this book. A part of me felt the first novel ("Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider"Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider) was such a great story that ended so perfectly that it didn't need a sequel. Then there was the other part of me that felt Ellen created such great characters that I would love to spend another adventure with them. With that said I have to admit that I am SSSSOOOOOO glad I read this sequel. Not only was it great catching up with Beth, Michael and the others but the story line was so amazing I never wanted it to end. From page one you are drawn into the world that Ellen so creatively made and you are taken on a ride that is both satisfying and amazed. Rabbit Legacy is a must read especially if you loved the first one. Thank you Ellen for bringing back these well loved characters back for another adventure and please keep them coming.

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