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I would like to say, up until now I had no interest at all in anything that had to do with the Vampire craze. I knew this book had a lot to do with them from reading the editorial review, but the short review sounded like it would be an interesting story, and I was curious how the author would handle an entire novel about the Vampire subject. Plus, I wanted the book to enlighten me on the meaning of the title without researching the subject myself, as I normally would have done.
The book starts out in 1872 with 22-year-old Colleen Patrick. She and her husband, Ronin, a young immigrant couple happily living a nice quiet life on a little farm in America they built themselves. I took a liking to Colleen from the very beginning. The actions start right away when her trip to town changed her life completely. She was turned into a Vampire and her emotions and actions when she realized what was done to her, I thought, were very well-written and believable.
The story spans 150 years or so, since Vampires are immortal, and, without giving any of the story away, the book just keeps getting more and more exciting.Read more ›
this book starts out a little slow, but it turns into an amazing read.i was unable to put it down even while cooking dinner!
I hope book 2 of this will come out soon, would love to read more about what happens to Colleen and Ancira.
L.M.Smith is an amazing writer, and i can see her books becoming best sellers and even movies! i would be honored to read more of her works.
This book had tons of information in it. It was a great story and I loved the characters, especially Ancira and Colleen. It was a little slow it parts for my taste, but the characters and flow of the story kept it going.
The book starts will a woman named Colleen married to a man back in 1872. She goes into town to buy material for her husband and is taken by Vampires. She is turned into a Vampire and the story is about how she comes to terms with her role in that family now and her duty. Valkyries show up and destroy what she has known for 117 years. Will they survive or will all be lost?
The author is a great writer and I still look forward to more by her! I just loved the Citizens, she wrote better! I give this a 4 star review.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love stories about vampires, so downloaded this book. I really enjoyed it!
Colleen Patrick is a very likable character. Read more
Despite the fact I normally won't read vampire stories I gave this one a try. It wasn't bad. The storyline is pretty good and rather engaging. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Brian Bigelow
I just have to take my hat off to L. M. Smith. This is a beautiful story with a fresh new and undiscovered take on the life of that called Vampires. Read morePublished on December 27, 2012 by ~AC Wright~
A truly wonderful read. It keeps your attention from the start and has a truly heartwarming ending. I definitely recommend this book to anyone that loves vampires.Published on November 26, 2012 by Danny Guyton
Dhampiri by L.M. Smith
I received this book free on an Amazon promotion.
The story, with Vampires and Valkyrie could easily have been a copy of so many others, instead... Read more
A review of Dhampiri by L. M. Smith
As author of Coffin Girls (Elegantly Undead: Book 1 of the Coffin Girls Witch Vampire Series) and a long-standing fan of fang-related... Read more
I was given this book to read by the author and can honestly say that I could not put it down. The rivalry between the vampires and the valkyries was a ride and a half I loved the... Read morePublished on September 18, 2012 by Sally Goodall