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Title:Vampire's Embrace Author:Raven Starr Flow/Pace: Very fast paced and detailed Character Heroine: Kia, ware-panther shifter, strong and vulnerable at the same time. Character Hero: Tristan vampire not your typical alpha male, very likable Overall read: Extremely good. Plot: Very good IR paranormal story. Good versus evil showed how Kia and Tristan both struggled with their own fears. I also liked the other mythical characters and how they worked in the plot also. The way the book ends left the reader wanting more. I can't wait until the sequel is released. I Really Liked: Yes 4 Crowns ~~~Great Read ~My friends would love this book--This text refers to the
Born in rural Tennessee Raven Starr has been writing since she could hold a pencil. This ex-model for M.A.A.I.D.S(Model Against AIDS) starting focusing on writing poetry, she honed her skills to include two plays, "The Wrong Choice" and "Running Scared but Free" The Wrong Choice showed twice in New London, Connecticut earning Ms. Starr an appointed seat as the first African-American teenager on the Thames Valley Council at the tender age of 15. During the summer, she volunteered at the acclaimed Eugene O'Neil Theater. The death of her mother Raven wrote the poem, The Otherside" which was published in the UK in an anthology called' When The Light Comes', earning her a nomination for Poet of the Year for three years running by The International Poet Society. Being a multi-published and award winning author with Red Rose Publishing and Damnation Books, Ms. Starr has written her first Young Adult series called Book of the Ancients:Lost Guardian under the new pen name Kipley DeShannon. Besides being a passionate writer, poet, nurse and ex-model Raven Starr is a mother of three beautiful kids. They all reside in Connecticut.
The book was a decent read. Had a few grammar errors, but it's usually expected. What I didn't like, however, is how it ended. There's a Parr 2 for this book & I am waiting desperately to get my hands on it. If you're into vamps, weres, romance & suspenses, it's worth the $5 bucks.
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