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I love historical fiction and the details given about life in France and England during the French Revolution are exquisite! You can taste, smell, and feel the world as though you are there and at times, the darkness can seem like it's closing in on you, just as Justine felt it was swallowing her up too!
The questions raised about what evil really might be are subtle, but they definitely get you thinking. You get to see another side of horror in this dark thriller; the side where the sinister nature of humans without limits, used to excess and instant gratification, rival even the most terrific of vampires! In some cases, the humans valued the life of others even less than the creatures of the night!
I loved this story! It had some graphic scenes, but hey, it's a vampire story! If you can't handle having someone sink their teeth into someone's flesh and suck the blood to the very last drop then you won't like this, but if you do... and if you don't mind some explicit sexual interactions, this novel will be a must read! I definitely recommend it and I'd have to say that Carole Gill is a master in the telling of horror tales!
Justine's story takes the reader through the French Revolution where the young Justine is turned by her creator, a vampire. She learns every facet of her new life from her master and here the author delves deeply into emotions and the need for sex and blood.
Love and betrayal are the key cornerstones to this novel and both are wonderfully exposed to the reader in ample quantities. From France the vampires flee to London where horrors await them. The story weaves between escape and capture, love and death, safety and danger and never slows down - always keeping the reader enthralled with each facet of the country the vampires are taken to.
This vampire romance is rich in history, deep in blood sex and exotic locations and is very highly recommended.
Justine, starts out in Paris, as a dirt poor girl that rises above to that of one in favor of the Queen only to fine that is not a great place to be. A error, then an attack and finally a savior, Gascoyne, makes her a Vampire. Yet, not shiny and lovable, she's capable of DEATH! She, was brought back with a sense of revenge for a wrong that was done to her... A wrong that she would see rectified.Stupid Count Oriani!!!!!
As thing begin to become very unsafe for the vampires in Paris they travel onward to England. England is where the tale takes a turn both dark and light. Dark for the various events that happen with the coven. However, when Justine finally escapes....and starts to feel. I truly start to grasp Justine as a whole, I can't get enough of her. I cry when she is captured! I can't believe what happened to Edward, so sad!
Ahhhh the capture!!! When finally,Justine, realizes she as a vampire could actually love and in fact is in love with Gascoyne. I think that was the turning point in the story.
England wasn't the final stop for Justine, she was move to Morocco and then she went onward to New York. Justine's tale is a remarkable one. One that hasn't been told before. Dark, but intriguing you can't help but want to read every twist and turn. With such unique characters and those returning characters making cameos from Carole's other series you find a common ground among the Vampires.
They aren't there to make you breakfast, take you shopping and lord knows they don't shine....They want your blood and they might suck you dry!!!!!
I received this in exchanged for an honest review. I do think this is a great book to read if you like blood sucking vampires that don't shine.
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