Blood Drunk - Faded Blue

Blood Drunk - Faded Blue

by Angela Lovell

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Overview

With summer waning quickly before the start of his senior year, a family emergency forces Blue Knightly to leave his small Midwest town and travel to New York City to locate his rebellious sister. From the morgue to Central Park to the underbelly of New York, he quickly discovers the big city is the least of his concerns as he reluctantly takes sides within a warring faction of vampires to unravel the mystery of his sister’s disappearance. In their underground world of abandoned subway tunnels, Blue finds himself falling for a femme fatale vampire whose vibe is seldom clear. Not knowing who to trust, Blue finds himself battling not only the undead, but his own heart, as the family crisis escalates and every decision could be his last.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013377820
Publisher: TIckingBoxes.com
Publication date: 10/15/2011
Series: Blood Drunk , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 332
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Angela Lovell is an award-winning playwright, director, screenwriter, essayist, podcaster, writing instructor, sex columnist, and critic of film, theatre and music. Her work has appeared in BUST Magazine, High Times, The L Magazine, Common Ties, Opium Magazine, Match.com, and The New York Press. Angela has written for MTV, and several independent film studios. She's taken first place at The Moth's NYC StorySlam (www.themoth.com), and performed her earliest embarrassing writing onstage at Mortified (www.getmortified.com). You can hear her as Mark Twain's daughter on the new album Mark Twain: Words & Music (featuring Clint Eastwood, Garrison Keillor, Jimmy Buffett, Sheryl Crow and Brad Paisley). Angela is afraid of ghosts and sharks but not of dentists. She lives in New York City with her two opinionated dogs.

www.AngelaLovell.com

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Blood Drunk - Faded Blue 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is a must read for any romantic sci-fi lovers out there. I have read it several times now and it gets better and better every time. The plot and characters are 'killer' (no pun intended). If you are one that likes a good vampire story but not cheesy like twilight this is just for you. This story has a very true and romantic story but with great twists and turns of the paranormal! Get ready for characters you will fall in love with and twists that will blow your mind!
AlwaysReview More than 1 year ago
This book has absolutely blown me away! I love the story and characters in it. It in 10x better than any other vampire or monster book out. I really enjoy the twist and turns the author has put in the story. I usually have a hard time keeping up with books and takes me weeks to read, this story is so jammed packed with action and fast-paced events that will keep you reading all night. I finished the book in only a few sittings and truly hope the author decides to continue the story and implement these characters in a series. 2 Thumbs way up!
Openbooksociety_dot_com More than 1 year ago
Unexpectedly Loved This Book!! Review Brought to you by OBS staff member Autumn Beware of spoilers This book was unexpected. It was unexpected in so many brilliant ways. The characters, the plot twists and the ending…. Blue Knightly seems to be your All-American boy until he is called to New York from his normal Midwest home. His gruesome task at hand takes a turn that leads him through the dark tunnels underneath the city to an unknown band of vampires hiding more than just their dark secrets. All along, he tries to fight his growing connection to Kat, a female vampire that he is unsure of and soon he begins to question everyone and everything. He could never imagine all that hangs in the balance. Lovell’s writing is reminiscent of fast paced screenplays yet keeps the reader invested in the characters and the story. I recommend this book to all lovers of the vampire/paranormal genre who want to read something a little different and off the beaten path. This one was worth it. I’m also crossing my fingers that we will get to see more of these characters because I seem to have fallen a bit for Blue. This review and more at openbooksociety dot com
Anonymous More than 1 year ago