The Binder's Daughter

The Binder's Daughter

by Matt Hofferth

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They say curiosity killed the cat. In Michael Allen’s case, the saying proved incomplete. All it got him was a vampire bite.

Twenty years later, Michael has crafted a comfortable life for himself in a small town in the Midwest, removed from as many human interactions as possible. He’s even gone so far as to forgo human blood, instead making use of artificial plasma. Unable to forgive himself for inadvertently becoming an agent of death and feeling responsible for the events that led to his father’s demise, Michael is content to just drift through the ages alone.

That is, until he hears the voice:


Just one word. Yet it blossoms in his mind with such heartfelt intensity that he feels compelled to seek out the identity of its owner. In doing so, Michael lets a different cat out of the bag and rediscovers some very human emotions that he thought had died twenty years earlier. Along the way Michael gets caught up in an ancient power struggle involving shapeshifters and samurai. Only by reconciling himself with his past can he salvage a chance at saving the woman he has grown to love and the power she was born to protect.

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At 116,000 words, The Binder’s Daughter is a full-length novel that blends the supernatural and natural. Vampires, Japanese legends, and a love story all collide in this tale laden with tension. Savory slices from the paranormal romance, fantasy, and thriller genres are combined together to create a delectable sushi roll of a novel.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012792846
Publisher: Hofferth Books LLC
Publication date: 07/09/2011
Series: The Spirit Binder Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 886 KB

About the Author

Electrical engineer by day. Aspiring author by night. Matt Hofferth hopes to one day realize his dream of becoming a full time writer, but until then, he still plays the part of mild-mannered professional as he must. His hobbies, apart from writing on his lunch break or whenever time finds him, include helping out as an assistant football coach at local Westfield High and being an avid video gamer, mostly involving the World of Warcraft. He lives in Noblesville, Indiana with his wife Ashley, their two sugar gliders, Athena and Iris, and Solaris the Flemish Giant.

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The Binder's Daughter 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
LauralynnElliott More than 1 year ago
I think this is the first time I've read a vampire romance book that was written by a man. The main character is the male vampire, and it's written from his perspective, which was an interesting change for me. We see deep into the mind and heart of Michael, who was turned into a vampire at a fairly young age. Michael is a vampire with a conscience; he is very moral. I really enjoyed the story, the legends, and the sweet romance between two paranormal creatures. There was also some good action thrown in. The only thing lacking to me was the "heat" between the main characters. The romance was sweet, but it wasn't hot. That's perfectly okay; there's certainly nothing wrong with that. It's just different than what I'm used to. This is a very good first book by a new author. I can't wait to read the next book by Matt Hofferth!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a great adventure with lots of depth! Thanks for a great story!
mcphee More than 1 year ago
Definitely have recommended this to friends! Excellent book. Cant wait for the next book!
Evang More than 1 year ago
This is a very good book. The story line, the detail and the way it flowed was fantastic. The characters where developed and intertwined as the story went on. The plot was original enough that it had me guessing about where does it go next and even when I was 'right' about some conclusion or something it presented it in a manner I didn't expect. For the cost you get a book that is much more enjoyable than the higher priced ones. I am looking forward to more books from Mr. Hofferth and his style.