I love reading and writing. I read most genres but my favourites would be paranormal romances and inspirational/motivational books. I have mostly started this blog because I love to read so much and want to share my reviews and thoughts with the world or anyone who wants to read it, giving my little bit of input to the world as well as any topics of light that would help and motivate you. I am also an aspiring author, in between reading books and reviewing them, I am writing two separate books, one fiction and one non-fiction. I have too many books and Ebooks, enough to last me probably 2 lifetimes! You can never have enough books... he he
Series: Vampire Bride #1
Publisher: Library of Horror Press
Publication Date: 07 December 2009
Genre: Paranormal, Horror, Adult, Romance
Source: My own collection
A little bit about Author
Born and lives in Texas
Has published 18 Books / (5 different series)
Her website: http://www.rhiannonfrater.com
What is the book about:
All Lady Glynis Wright ever wanted was the freedom to live her life as she pleased. Unfortunately, her aristocratic parents want her to marry well and settle into a life of luxury.
When her family becomes guests to one of the most fearsome and powerful vampires of all time, Glynis finds her fate is far more terrible than an arranged marriage. Trapped in the power of her new master, she fights for freedom, revenge against her creator, and the chance to be with the one she truly loves.
Bloody, horrific, romantic and rich in gothic atmosphere, The Tale of the Vampire Bride is sure to thrill fans of the terrible, yet romantic vampires of literary past
At first I was not so sure if I thoroughly enjoyed this book - maybe I expected too much. The story did not grab my attention at the beginning and I did not really like the names - they were strange. How do you pronounce Cneajna? What changed my mind was that, after the book ended, I was still thinking about this book and the characters for days. If a book is still on my mind that means I probably enjoyed it much more than I realised. The characters were well developed and the world building was very good.