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Sire & Childe: Embrace Paperback – June 21, 2017
"Warlight" by Michael Ondaatje
A dramatic coming-of-age story set in the decade after World War II, "Warlight" is the mesmerizing new novel from the best-selling author of "The English Patient." Pre-order today
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I'll be honest. I wouldn't have picked up this book or read this author if it wasn't for kindle unlimited. Books are expensive and even though I'd love to try all the authors and stories out there its just not going to happen. But with kindle unlimited I get to find me authors that I like.
Sire & Childe: Embrace
This was a trial for me. I'm picky about my vampire books. Do not give me the same tall, dark, and handsome bloodsucker. I want a story to stand out.
I think the author did a good job world building. The ways of the vampires and clan.
Where there some issues? Sure. The writing could be tighter some detail given but I was very pleased that there were not editorial issues. This book is pretty clean. Maybe some formatting glitches but it didn't pull away from the story.
So far I think this is a series that I will follow.
As long as the author can stay true to where (I think) she's headed I'll follow along.
Even without kindle unlimited I'd say this book is priced okay. If you have to purchase it outright I don't think you'll be sorry.
I enjoyed Sam very much. I look forward to watching him grow and learn more about the family.
I can't write too much about this first book, as I read it almost 2 years ago, but I do know it was thrilling and fast past.
Some of the writing appears to be rough, but when I read it I think of How sam must feel in those exact moments, as if this book was more written by him in Third person, it would certainly explain the hurried/panicked type of grammar.
It's so beautiful, a steamy and passionate way of proclaiming a protection over one needing so much care and understanding.
I love this book and hope more release soon.