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Herald is Unborn, kind of vampire, who never tasted human blood and never experienced pleasures of love. Called back home to guard a quartz, he feels humiliated, until he discovers the spirit residing in the crystal and falls in love with the angelic creature. But his forbidden love causes fights in his own family and leads to attempts of his murder.
The idea of pure and just soul residing in a demon's body is really bewitching and original.Even the portrayal of Acarna from the point of view of other vampires in Herald's families seeds doubts in readers' perception about the true nature of the spirit. Sometimes I wasn't sure which side is right and who is wrong. The soft and cautious romance grows into deep passion and firm decision to protect the fragile love at any costs.
I like the main characters very much, the story is well written and interesting, but I had sometimes problem to sink deeply into the story and really enjoy it. I search for sort of a connection with the characters to feel like a participant in the story, but I felt a bit distant, on the contrary. Nevertheless, I enjoyed the book enough to rate it quite high.
Our literary oceans have grown so vast since the advent of e-books and e-publishing.
I can remember four times a month six-nine books from Harlequin, an equal number from Silhouette, four-to-six from Candlelight releasing. I knew WHEN the bookstores would get them in and Kat and I would pile in the car and hit every bookstore in a twenty-five mile radius and not return home until we had a stack of at least twenty-five books to bring home and add to OUR treasure chest...our collection of books. (Diamonds PALE beside books!)
Today a whole boatload of books will release from Publisher one of Tuesday, another boatload from publisher two on Wednesday, a landfill of them on Thursday from another...and that doesn't even TOUCH all the Self Published Book available.
As a reader this is an AMAZING time...and yet...how do you choose from the many, many, many sparkling gems?
I first found myself hungering to read this book GOLDEN DAWN by Aldrea Alien when Muse It Up's Publisher LEA SCHIZAS debuted the powerful cover done by CORA GRAPHICS several months ago....How could I not?
From the moment I began reading this masterful tapestry of ethereal magic I knew I was totally and most delightedly hooked.
I just finished reading the Epilogue, and although I must wait for another century in paranormal E-time for Book TWO in this TRILOGY to continue my journey, I know I'll be checking Muse's COMING SOON pages in eager anticipation.
An epic saga...spanning the generations...what more can you ask for?
Thank You, CORA GRAPHICS for visual brilliance in luring me in with your fantastic cover...
Thank You Aldrea Alien for casting your reel with such skill you've hooked, lined, and sinkered me as I tread the waterways of e-reading waiting for Books TWO and THREE.
FIVE STARS...oh yeah! DEFINITELY FIVE STARS.
Please don't make us wait long!
This book was great. I am an avid reader and I find that many books are very similar and predictable. This book was not similar or predictable. It was a very entertaining and left me guess what would occur next and how it would end. I can't wait for the next book.