The Blood Reapers

The Blood Reapers

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by Darren Frey, Dawne' Dominique
     
 

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Vampires are among us . . .

Julian Frost is alone. Having lost his parents to murder and his sister to a car accident, he finds himself frequenting a late night coffee shop in hopes of treating his insomnia. He discovers a mysterious woman watching him every night and he is intrigued. He discovers that he is in the presence of a vampire. He falls in love with…  See more details below

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Vampires are among us . . .

Julian Frost is alone. Having lost his parents to murder and his sister to a car accident, he finds himself frequenting a late night coffee shop in hopes of treating his insomnia. He discovers a mysterious woman watching him every night and he is intrigued. He discovers that he is in the presence of a vampire. He falls in love with her as he learns the truth about her dark secrets, including the constant fear of being found by a fierce vampire hunter. It is now up to Julian to decide whether or not he will leave mortality behind and suffer the fate of eternal damnation to be with his new found love, face the vampire hunter, and take the revenge on his parents' murderer he so longs for.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781615724963
Publisher:
Eternal Press/Damnation Books LLC
Publication date:
09/01/2011
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Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
94
File size:
517 KB
Age Range:
16 Years

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The Blood Reapers 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Gary_W_Olson More than 1 year ago
Julian Frost, whose life is already dark due to the murder of his parents and the loss of his sister, believes he has found his salvation in his new love, a vampire named Violet. But fate has more troubles in store for him, and he must decide if he is to let her make him into a vampire, so that he might face the vampire hunter that menaces her, and perhaps finally take revenge on his parents' killer. There is a lot going on in this book, and it's to the author's credit that it never becomes confusing and that none of the scenes are gratuitous. Julian is a compelling character, and his struggles were well presented. The one knock I have against this book is that it feels like it zips along too quickly--there are enough story developments along the way for a novel twice this length--and secondary characters and overall atmosphere take a few hits along the way. But what's there is entertaining, and should be enjoyed by fans of non-sparkly vampires.