Overview

Three-hundred-year-old vampire Carey Pullman knows how to lay low. He doesn't sparkle, he doesn't befriend the mortals, and he dresses-down in flannels and torn jeans to blend in. "Don't attract attention" has been his motto all of his life. When a "Seer" named Anna crosses his path one night, Carey realizes right away that it is kill or be killed with her type. But Anna has not yet become "aware" of her vampire-annihilating abilities...should he destroy her anyway? Victory will...
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A Vampire's Victory

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Overview

Three-hundred-year-old vampire Carey Pullman knows how to lay low. He doesn't sparkle, he doesn't befriend the mortals, and he dresses-down in flannels and torn jeans to blend in. "Don't attract attention" has been his motto all of his life. When a "Seer" named Anna crosses his path one night, Carey realizes right away that it is kill or be killed with her type. But Anna has not yet become "aware" of her vampire-annihilating abilities...should he destroy her anyway? Victory will come, but it is not always sweet.
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Editorial Reviews

Book Peddler
"Nonstop thrills, totally original mythos, and a lightning-paced plot make this the most unique vampire novel ever written." --The Book Peddler
Eric Wilson
"Maze's storytelling is fast and fun, overflowing with ideas and spiritual insight." --NYT Bestselling Author Eric Wilson
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012662620
  • Publisher: Run Rabbit Books
  • Publication date: 4/7/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 76 KB

Meet the Author

Ellen C Maze is the bestselling author of several top-ranked vampire novels. "Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider" has us on the run along with the title character as vampires in her world despise the novels she is writing to the lost. In "The Judging" a sympathize with 17th century priest Markus Corescu who is transformed into a vampire against his will and without his knowledge. Draining blood from the evil people in the world seems to be God's will...or is it?
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All of Ellen's novels mix theology and modern contemporary vampire horror into an award-winning and mind-blowing combination. I hope you'll check them out. Available on this website and others.
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