- File Size: 2387 KB
- Print Length: 236 pages
- Publisher: Keta Diablo (February 15, 2012)
- Publication Date: February 15, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0079QQBCY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #855,969 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
Sadly, Owen has exactly two friends. First, Carys is a young girl who cares for Owen as a brother. She's equally sweet and kind - very likeable - whose courage later in the book earns her my respect. And then there's Andras, the town's physician who has cared for Owen from afar. Andras has a secret that keeps him away from Owen - he's a vampire who has been watching over him just as he pledged to Owen's father before he passed away. Andras fights his dark side continuously to keep himself good. With such a deep sense of honor, Andras has kept himself apart from the man he desires so as not to turn him, thereby forcing him to live the life Andras himself has been forced to live. Owen, of course, is shocked then when Andras saves him from another vampire and admits he cares for him.
Their love story is so simple - pure and untarnished by the world. With years of history between them, it seems natural when they take the step to consummate their love. And, mm mmm, their consummation is hot while also being incredibly beautiful. The emotional connection warmed me - the fact that Owen could find acceptance through Andras was incredibly moving; and the vivid imagery Diablo presents gave this reader the shivers. The ultimate in romance played out as the men accepted their fate and came together.
Now, the story isn't just about the two men falling in love (`cause that would be boring). Here's where the protagonist comes into play - Dagan, the evil vampire. Andras killed Dagan's father long ago and now Dagan wants revenge along with the Prince's sword that belongs to Andras. The sword holds the power to allow vampires to walk in sunlight which is the ultimate desire of those who can only walk in the night. When Dagan learns about Owen, he uses him to bring down Andras. Dagan was a truly unlikeable villain, perfectly written to have few redeeming qualities. The tension he brings is nail-biting as the action explodes and readers are left to wonder about Owen's true destiny.
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Andras is entranced with Owen. From the first time he laid eyes on him he was hooked. When Owen decides to make the trek home in the middle of the night, Andras gets the bad feeling and sets after him. Finally finding him in the forest, he sees that he is being attacked by a vampire. He does what any other person secretly in love with someone does, attack the thing as if his life depended on it. Even though the vampire is now slain, Andras knows that his son will soon come looking for his father and will attack if they don't leave the area.
Making it back to Owen's cabin, he asks Andras what he really is. Not wanting to lie, he tells him the truth, he is a long tooth, or vampire. Of course he isn't the traditional kind for he does not feed off humans but animals. After taking this all in, Owen is actually completely fine with everything. Actually, it's quite a turn on. Boy do those two burn up the sheets! The sexual energy is on the top of the charts. I am pretty sure anyone who reads this book will agree with me too. ;)
The story was written wonderfully. You can tell that Keta put in a lot of work researching that time period for this book from the dialect to what is traditional in the villages those days. I really enjoyed the connection that Owen and Andras had between the two of them. Oh and I loved that Keta threw in some tongue and cheek between the characters too. Some of the stuff that came out of Owen's mouth made me laugh. It was so refreshing! I am so happy I had the chance to read this wonderful book. Keta has a new fan. :)
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