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Immortal Prophecy: Complete Series Kindle Edition
A TALE OF VAMPIRES AND SORCERY
Centuries of oppression may doom the magical kingdom!
Mirela unites with a vampire born of evil. She's a human destined to rule beside the vampire prince. After she follows him beyond death to a secret realm under the sea, she discovers her innate powers. The king brings his death march to her, intent on killing her, and changing destiny. When the stakes are highest, can she find the strength to defeat a greater power?
Draven is the vampire prince, who has fought for centuries against death’s minions. It has been a long, bloody battle and it’s not over yet. He is faced with unforeseen challenges, and the burden of saving the kingdom rests on his shoulders. His future with Mirela, and that of the kingdom, depends on him. Can he ensure their destiny and see an ancient prophecy through to the end?
In this heart-pounding tale, Draven and Mirela fight to overcome impossible odds to hold onto a future, predicted centuries before. Together they must forge a path to victory against the servants of death, before evil consumes all goodness.
Immortal Prophecy Complete Series:
This boxed set includes: Moon Tide/Blood Oath/Noble Guardian/Eternal Sanctuary Immortal Prophecy: Complete Series. The book includes the entire story that was originally published.
Author’s Note: The story of Mirela and Draven were inspired by the Greek myth about Persephone and Hades. It’s loosely based on the tale of how Persephone becomes the queen of the underworld through her abduction and subsequent marriage to Hades, the god of the underworld.
- ASIN : B07M6ZX5H8
- Publisher : Camden Lee Press, LLC (January 14, 2019)
- Publication date : January 14, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 4407 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 502 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,180,307 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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In Moon Tide, the first installment of the series, Mirela continues to be drawn to Draven, a guy who her mother has forbidden her from seeing, but she sees behind her mother's back because she feels this intense attraction to him. One day, Draven disappears without a trace under mysterious circumstances. Mirela is devastated. Not being able to accept the fact that Draven is gone, she spends her days looking for signs of him. During her time at college, she witnesses glimpses on this seedy, dark, other world with evil nonhuman creatures. At night, she receives glimmers of hope that Draven is still around through dreams. As one can imagine, she's a bit of an emotional wreck. Ms. Croft did a good job of capturing that feeling of not giving up on the person you love no matter what gets thrown your way. Aspects of the story are also told from Draven's perspective, so readers get some insight into what happened with him as well. Needless to say, it's not exactly paradise.
Blood Oath is the second installment in the Immortal Prophecy series. It picks up where the events of the first novel left off. This story presents an opportunity for world building since it takes place in the realm that Draven calls home. Mirela and Draven become prisoners to the forces of evil inhabiting this world. They must find a way to escape so they can get back to each other. All the while, Mirela's powers begin to grow. I appreciated the creativity behind the world building, which included mythical beasts, monstrous plants, and powerful sorceresses, among other things. The world itself is pretty complex. There isn't just one bad guy and one good guy, which keeps the story interesting and readers guessing. I felt like the vampire aspects could have used a bit more development, especially when it comes to something as major as making new vampires. This seemed to be a bit glossed over.
Noble Guardian is the third installment in the Immortal Prophecy young adult fantasy/paranormal series. This follows from the events of book two. In this story, the author provides backstory for why Draven made the life decisions he made, especially in light of the evil, insidious man who raised him. Mirela's powers continue to grow along with her relationship with Draven. The latter was a bit awkward for me since I really don't quite get this really close romantic connection with Mirela and Draven that the author was trying to portray. I was a little taken back how Mirela in the beginning of the book found herself in a bit of trouble that she couldn't get herself out of considering she is supposed to this very powerful being. Felt this was a bit slower than the previous two books in terms of action, predominantly due to the increased amount of backstory. There were also some disturbing references in scenes alluding to women being essentially treated as mechanisms solely for breeding. The world building continues, with the dark gods entering into play. I did enjoy getting to know Selene a bit better. Interesting twist towards the end.
Eternal Sanctuary is the concluding installment in the Immortal Prophecy series. This book gives readers what they've been looking for this series and has been building up through the other books - the ultimate battle between good and evil. Readers are treated to some major twists. The author also took the time to provide some very important backstory to answer some of the questions I had while reading prior books in the series. She did a good job of wrapping everything up for me as a reader. I do come out the other end of the experience of reading this series feeling like Mirela and Draven didn't really have this epic love story that I thought the prophecy was trying to capture. They did have their struggles and other characters tried to keep them apart, but I never really felt like they were in any real danger of not being together. Furthermore, I forgot at times that these were vampires. The sorceress/magical aspects of the characters seemed to overshadow everything else.
Wow!!! First I'll say that I don't normally read epic/saga-like stories as they tend to hire me. In some ways this one did as well, (sorry I bore easily). There were parts that threw me, like if this was modern times, why did Mirela speak like ancient times & not more like a normal high school/college student talks? Why did she accept the dress code so easily? No offense, but if I or anyone from this time talked or dressed like she did there would be a lot more balking. But with that said, this story really was good. There was a lot going on, there were three factions fighting to change this secret realm. There was the psycho, crazy, murdering king that wanted to keep the realm in the dark ages & control everyone. Then there were the Dark Warriors, who wanted peace and to end any & all suppression. And thirdly there were the Guardians, who wanted exactly the same as the Dark Warriors, but they didn't trust each other to combine forces to stop the king. Even though I said three factions, there really was a fourth, the humans. They were the lowest class living in this realm. They were the servants & some were blood slaves. I recommend this read. 4 Thumbs up.
It’s about three different fractions, all fighting to become king and have the power to change things. Although the currant king wants to keep things as they are and rule by fear. Of course this is a very basic breakdown, because I don’t want to give anything away and ruin the books for anyone. So much happens, is discovered, friendships made, love is found, people find out about family they didn’t know about. It’s just a great series to read.
I must say this series grabbed and kept my attention throughout. So much happens during this series too keep you interested and glued to the book. Information about the different people keeps coming to light. Two of the fractions really want change for the better.
I definitely recommend this series, I think anyone who likes paranormal/fantasy will really enjoy this. It has substance and depth, it’s not just a fluff piece. It’s really engaging.
I was given this ARC to read, the review is my opinion after reading the series. I wasn’t required to write a review, I try to review all books I read and purchases I make.Thank you.
If it would have ended a little differently (no pregnancy achieved or prophecy attained?), maybe I would have given it 5 stars!