Blood Born

Blood Born

by Renee Lake

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Overview

Maddie is excited about the new adventures college life will bring. She dreams of rallies, weird roommates and exciting courses of study.



She's living with her girlfriend and making new interesting friends while watching out for her terminally ill brother.



What she doesn't expect is mystery, tragedy, and heartbreak to befall her within the first semester.



Is there a monster preying upon the people at her college?



Will she betray her friends and succumb to temptation?



Can they band together and fight the darkness?



Or is the darkness that surrounds her not the enemy...but her only ally?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781680467802
Publisher: Satin Romance
Publication date: 07/04/2019
Pages: 238
Sales rank: 674,853
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.54(d)

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Blood Born 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
AlikaGreen 27 days ago
I love the book. I was confused at first but once i got a little farther i was drawn to the book. Great writing skills and love the characters.
SylvieDeVaux 4 months ago
Well I’m actually not the biggest fan of Dracula. Don’t get me wrong it’s a good story but the original is definitely hard to read and it was hard to feel sympathetic to any of the characters. However I love a good retelling and Blood Born is also a gender-bend story (which are pretty interesting to me anyway) so I figured why not? (If you haven’t read Dracula, don’t worry, you really only need the basics and almost everyone knows the whole Harker-Van Helsing-Mina-Lucy-Dracula plot.) I also happened to read some of the other reviews and I’m not exactly sure what they’re complaining about….They mention that the characters are written sounding too young and so is the writing style. It kind of makes me wonder what they’ve been reading. I found the writing both appealing and accurate. The main characters are right out of high school as college freshmen and sound exactly like that. I can remember being that “young and dumb” as the saying goes. Favorite parts: Lucca. I think Maddie’s brother was my favorite character. I liked that they were twins, and that he had a medical condition that was correctly described (I’m a nerd, I fact-checked, lol) And without going into any spoilers I liked Valora’s reasons and I liked that Maddie kept bringing him up throughout the book. It was rather realistic. Valora. She was great. You can totally tell the author loves Dracula the character. I love the way she was written and it was great how she pretty much offered no apologies for the way she is. Maddie’s thoughts. I liked the little pieces when Maddie’s mind wanders. It’s funny and so true! I liked and disliked the the chapter starts. I thought it was a clever way to get more insight to the characters, and it was a great tribute to the way the original Dracula was written. But that was the reason why I had a such hard time reading the original. Otherwise it was a fun read if a little dark. A good retelling.