Legends of Darkness

Legends of Darkness

by Georgia L. Jones, Scott M. Sandridge

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BN ID: 2940158031977
Publisher: Seventh Star Press
Publication date: 04/06/2016
Series: Remnants of Life , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Georgia L. Jones was born in Columbia, Missouri on September 21st, 1968. In 1992 she settled in the beautiful Ozarks town of Lebanon, Missouri, where she has lived since.
At a young age Georgia learned the value of getting lost in a good book. She has always enjoyed reading and letting her imagination run wild. In her early teenage years she began to put her own stories down on paper as she plunked out the words
Over the years Georgia has harbored the dream of being a published author and written many short stories. On January 10, 2010 she embarked on the dream as she began to bring the characters from her first novel, “Legends of Darkness”, to life. Upon completion in June 2010 she realized that it was not a single book but a series and created the concept of the series “Remnants of Life”.
On September 5, 2010 the “Remnants of Life” series was contracted through a small press publishing house out of Louisville, KY., and so her career began. Through that press, Blackwyrm Publishing, Georgia L. Jones published the first two books in the series, Legends of Darkness and Witches, took part in several anthology works both as an author and editor, and created a new character to add to her own multi-faceted personality, Smarty Mic Smartypants who endeavors into the more cynical and snarky side of life. In September of 2015 she became part of the Seventh Star Press Family which is based out of Lexington, KY. The second edition of the first two books in the “Remnants of Life” series as well as the third book in the series are currently contracted through them.
When her muse isn’t dragging her to lands unknown, you will find her hanging out with her family and friends in the Novalunium Paranormal Mansion, the 1840 farmhouse that she calls home as well as home base for the small Paranormal Research Group that her and a couple of friends have founded.

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Legends of Darkness 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Autumn2 More than 1 year ago
This review is for the ebook version. I was gifted this book for an honest review. Samantha Garrett is your average mom! Involved with everything, loves her family, a mom a wife, and all that ends in a blink of an eye. She wakes up and she is a vampire. She enters a world that humans believe is a legend. Samantha's name is changed to Samoda who becomes a warrior and has a whole new life. Nothing that she had ever imagined. There was some action in here, a love that forms and takes shape. The concept of you can die and be re-born into a vampire that fights for the good of mankind is pretty interesting. Though at first I did not get the concept of that. I had to re-read the part where she died and a couple of pages later to finally figure that out. I have read plenty of vampire stories where the vampire is normally a young woman! But with this book I could connect with Samantha, a middle-age woman who is a mom, married, a normal life. And I could feel her anguish over losing them, because the way she felt I could see myself feeling that way if I lost mine. The way her old life and new life came together was pretty good. Samantha/Samoda gets certain powers, like a really good one where she could read other's thoughts. The romance between her and Drake you could just feel it building and building, I am finally glad that something happened between as it seemed that they just kept knowing that each one liked the other. But no one would act! I didn't feel as though there was enough evil in the book, because it is a good vs. evil vampire story. You have Samantha/Samoda and Drake who are hunting for a vampire named Thomas who is building an army. But you really only get a small touch of the evil, you get mostly romance. Legends of Darkness is mostly in a Samantha's point of view, which at times you get it in almost short sentences. Maybe in book two there will be more action more trying to stop Thomas and his army. Overall it was a decent read, I will find myself reading book two since I would like to find out if they ever stop Thomas.