Eric, Will, and Carol are on the run after being exiled by Demetrius, the new Master of the vampires in Strongfield. Following the showdown with the coven, the three have been warned not to return, and Carol has been declared dead in official police reports. Facing an uncertain future, Carol reluctantly joins Eric and Will, but she is uncertain if she can leave her old life behind and embrace Will's faith. Along the way, a physical attraction develops between Will and Carol as he teaches her about the Way and what it means to become a servant of The Name. Carol resists at first, but through a series of encounters, she develops a newfound respect for faith in God. When she insists on returning to Boston, however, events are set in motion which threaten all their lives. The trio is forced on the run again, fleeing vampires sent from Strongfield to capture them. A life-and-death struggle culminates in a crossroads for Carol, who must finally make a choice about whom she will serve.
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Reviewed by Melinda Hills for Readers' Favorite Carol, Will and Eric are on the run from the vampire coven in Maine that was responsible for the death of Carol’s aunt, as well as a lot of other violence in Redeemed by Jason K. Macomson, the follow up story to Refuge. Driving south in a blizzard may help separate the trio from any vampires trying to follow them, but Carol’s insistence on returning to her home in Sharon and visiting her best friend Kathy brings them more attention than they should have. Darius, the second in command to the vampire master Demetrius, tracks Carol, Will and Eric to Carol’s apartment with the help of a news broadcast describing Carol’s surprising return from the dead – she had been listed as killed in the fire in which her aunt died. Now the police are involved as well and that only helps Darius since he contacted the local coven near the town of Sharon to enlist the aid of vampire officers. Escape seems all but impossible and the question is whether Eric can save his two friends by turning himself over to Darius. Never trust a vampire, though, especially not an angry one! Redeemed is a great vampire story but an even better witness to the power of prayer and turning your life over to Christ. The three friends have a very real struggle, but with the protection of the Lord the vampires are limited in their actions against them. The problem is that Carol has not decided yet whether or not to declare Christ as her savior so she is in constant danger. The Christian message is strong but not preachy and is supported with scripture passages. An amazing combination – Christian outreach and vampires – Redeemed by Jason K. Macomson is an exciting story well worth reading, whether you believe or not.