Dani is determined to change. Trodden down by her abusive stepdad, neglectful mother, and nonexistent social life, Dani decides to leave it all behind—she flees into the night and finds herself in a dark, and strangely wondrous, new world. A world unknown to most humans.
However, destiny is an unpredictable force. Through a peculiar turn of events, she unknowingly gets entangled in a brutal war waging between two factions of vampires.
The Ruemisuds are a technologically advanced, elite vampire society that wants absolute control. They will stop at nothing to get it, including experimenting on unsuspecting humans and decimating the Rhowels, a clandestine, rebel clan of vampires. This clan possesses a key to survival that the Ruemisuds desperately want, and they will protect it until the bitter end.
Dani's riveting journey has just begun in this beautiful tale of love, hate, betrayal, and, above all, survival. The war is escalating quickly and Dani is determined to survive. Who will help her? Who will win the war?
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About the Author
A.G. grew up in a gloomy and quaint suburb near London, England, and now lives in sunny southern California with her family. She has been an avid horror and paranormal fan since she can remember, reading Goosebumps when she was a child, to watching twilight zone as a teenager with her grandpa. She earned her B.A. in psychology, but decided to follow her passion of storytelling instead. Dark Incidence is her first full length novel, a unique vampire science fiction told through the eyes of two siblings. A.G. also has directed numerous shorts and written children’s books. Her favorite pastime is watching paranormal and horror movies, painting landscapes and seascapes, and reading fiction novels. She can never turn down an invite to eat something home cooked.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Dark Incidence is a unique view of the vampire mythos. Vampires and humans are different species, with Vampires as the more advanced society. However, not all is well within the Vampire civilization. The more scientific vampires are experimenting with genetically engineered food source while the more laid back vampires just want to let things be. The idea is fascinating, but I had a problem with the flow of time. Scenes seemed to jump at random. And where one week went by for one character, a year went by for another. Even labeling the chapters as “last year”, “Two weeks ago”, Last month” and so on, I started each chapter a little confused. This could have been just the story of an interspecies romance, except the author chose to make the two lead characters brother and sister and only glossed over their romantic interests. Other than the time jumps, I think the writing style was very good. I would be very interested to see more from this author. I debated giving this book 3-4 stars and decided it was closer to 4.
This book was gifted from the Author for an honest review. We gave this book 5 stars. This review was left by Melissa a Book Worms Reviewer. Thank you Melissa. Synopsis So what happens to someone when they are abused at home? Run a away and become a vampire of course. This is what happened to Dani Cooper when she decided to leave an abusive household. Not that she chose to be in the middle of a war between rivaling Vampire clans but that's what happened. Trying to save her friend and herself she has to learn that life (even as a vampire) isn't always going to be easy. Follow Dani as she discovers the hard knocks in life while trying to stay true to herself. My take Well I'm not usually big on paranormal books but this one was worth it. I couldn't help but be swallowed in to the characters and the twists that were their lives. Having the book go from Dani to Paul was seamless and though I have read books that have confused me with the simultaneous stories I was not with this one. I felt the love story part of it went really fast for me but in a way it made sense as well. I liked Matt and Dani. The writing was excellent and very descriptive. Sometimes when things are too descriptive it can make a book mundane but I didn't feel this way. I was impressed and encourage everyone to read it. I do look forward to the next book to see what happens. The ending to this one was least to say gripping and frustrating that it ended. 5 Stars with no doubt.
I love paranormal stories. I was so excited to read this story. Dani is a strong women who leaves to start her own life away from her horrible stepdad. The romance is there but seems to be only because it has to be. But that is not to big of a deal to me. Also if you have a sensitive stomach then you need to be careful reading this. It is not for the ligh hearted. For me I just skimmed so I could see what was happening but no through up. A great read if you love paranormal.
Dani has had enough...she wants out of her abusive step-father's home. She has no social life, no friends, her mother is being abused and is no help...so Dani decides to runaway. The night she runs away is the night everything for her changes. She finds herself thrust into the mysterious world unknown by humans. She finds herself stuck in the middle of a war between two factions of Vampires. The Ruemisuds which are technologically advanced and the elite society which has control, and the Rhowels who are the rebel faction that holds the key to survival and will protect it at all costs. Dani finds herself on a strange and frightening journey, but learns that every journey has a purpose. A.G. Liam writes so beautifully and it's no wonder I fell for this story the moment I started reading it. Dark Incidence starts with Dani trying to save a friend from a hideous monster and then back tracks to her deciding to run away. This story does this often back and forth working its way to the point of everything coming together and the reader having an "Aha" moment. It might confuse some but it worked so well for this story. There were parts of the story (not gonna ruin it) that I just couldn't read due to the gruesome factor (heebie jeebies) other than that it was well worth it. I could totally see this as a movie some day. I couldn't put this book down and would recommend it to others, and finally cannot wait for the next book! *reviewer for Paranormal Romance and Authors That Rock