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Prophecy: Child of Light (Vampires Realm Romance Series Book 1) Kindle Edition

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Length: 398 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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Book one in the international bestselling Prophecy Trilogy

About the Author

I write passionate paranormal romance books as Felicity Heaton and F E Heaton. In my books I create detailed worlds, twisting plots, mind-blowing action, intense emotion and heart-stopping romances with leading men that vary from dark deadly vampires to sexy shape-shifters and wicked werewolves, to sinful angels and hot demons!

If you're a fan of paranormal romance authors Lara Adrian, J R Ward, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Gena Showalter and Christine Feehan then you will love my books too.

If you love your angels a little dark and wicked, my best selling Her Angel series is for you. If you like strong, powerful, and dark vampires then try my Vampires Realm series I write as F E Heaton or any of my stand alone vampire romance books I write as Felicity Heaton. Or if you want to turn up the heat a little and like your stories more erotic, try my new Vampire Erotic Theatre romance series I write as Felicity Heaton.

In 2011, four of my six paranormal romance books received Top Pick awards from Night Owl Reviews, Forbidden Blood was nominated as Best PNR Vampire Romance 2011 at The Romance Reviews, and many of my releases received five star reviews from numerous websites.

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  • File Size: 2499 KB
  • Print Length: 398 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: November 24, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0035LDNV4
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,956 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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I think I'll start this review with what I didn't like. It felt as though there was some questionable editing. Not something I usually notice, errors happen, even with good editors. Humans make and miss mistakes no matter how perfect we'd like them to be and who am I to complain, I'm neither an editor nor a writer. Still, when *I* am noticing them, it's probably a problem. (Ex. "She looked around her, hers eyes darting over every face...." Hers eyes?).

Also it felt like the author struggled to find words at times. I was starting to get a serious case of déjà vu about the hundredth time that she knitted certain characters brows to express an emotion. I was also left wondering how many times one could intimate something. There were times that things like this made me want to finally just say: you can use other words. It's actually unfortunate as I do feel that those things distracted from a fairly decent story. Which leads to what I did like, the story itself.

Prophecy is a vampire who has been locked up in her home, for... well she doesn't seem to know how long. In fact, she doesn't seem to know much of anything, including why all of the other vampires get to hunt whereas she does not. When she asks her mother when she'll be allowed to hunt with the others in their family, she is told only that her time will be soon. Impatient, she sneaks out, meeting Valentine. Valentine being a fellow Vampire. A forbidden fellow vampire as he belongs to a different bloodline. The rules are very clear in this vampire world. Vampires do not consort with vampires of differing bloodlines. Except in their case, it appears they may not have a say in the matter, as we quickly learn that perhaps her name is not just a name.
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There are two things guaranteed to leave me with a bad taste in my mouth when it comes to romance novels/series:

1. Failure to note somewhere on the outside of the book that the romance is not adult in nature.
2. Failure to complete a novel. Regardless whether a book is part of a series or not, each installment should resolve the majority of plot arcs. If a series has an overarching plot across many stories, then each book should identify, address, and resolve whatever section of the broader plot it introduces.

This book failed at both. This book is long, some 5800+ locations. That is plenty of time to establish the tale, introduce the opening of the overarching series plot, resolve the initial conflicts between the hero and heroine, before revealing the next part of the broader story at the end of the book. Instead, Heaton spends most of the book filling it with superfluous jaunting about Europe where, other than the occasional fight to break up the monotony, the reader is underwhelmed with repetitive scenes of the hero and heroine suffering inner monologues about how they feel about the other person - all the while, "awkwardly" stealing glances at one another, avoiding any actual conversations about how they feel, and generally not getting to the point of things. Or they spend it rehashing all the information, which isn't much, they already have and contemplating all that the other has given up for the quest. Again, not with each other but in their own thoughts. And then, at the very end of the book, I kid you not, after a terrible revelation of a horrible mistake in judgment, Heaton actually tacked on "The End". What? The story abruptly stops - that's it.
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This book was almost too painful to finish. I was going to stop reading the book after the first 30 pages, but thought it has to get better, right? Wrong! The premise behind the book seems intriguing. A "vampire" girl has been hidden away by her family. She has never been allowed to leave the mansion she resides in. Then one night she decides to go out hunting on her own and encounters a male vampire from another family. He feeds from her and the rest, as they say, is history. He discovers she is the girl from the prophecy. She will destroy their kind. Of course, she has no idea who or what she is, a vampire/witch hybrid. Who is able to do magic when no other vampire can. He goes home to tell his master that he has found her, but wait, something in her blood calls to him. He can't tell his master, but he must. And so begins his turmoil. He tells his master of her existence and they go to kill her. On the way there he has a change of heart and leaves his master and kidnaps the girl. Of course he does this in secret hoping to be able to return to his family. The rest of the book is filled with him keeping her safe and helping her find her destiny, but not wanting to help her. He is compelled to help her because of the blood he has taken from her. Some romance! He doesn't want to be with her, is barely nice to her, but feels he has to stay with her. Sure there are a few looks between them, but he spends most of the book wanting to go home and then resigns himself to the fact he has committed a grievous sin and can never go home. Eventually he realizes he loves her, how I don't know, because he's barely tolerated her the whole book. There was so much description in this book it became tedious! The author spent too much time describing places and objects that she didn't take the time to connect you with the characters. There is a reason this book is on sale for $.99. Not even worth that!
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