- File Size: 2942 KB
- Print Length: 123 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: NightMare Publishing; 1 edition (May 16, 2016)
- Publication Date: May 16, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01E61EPJK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #503,936 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Warrioress (An Heirloom Vampyres Novella Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Author – J.D. Brown
Genre – New Adult, Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance
First Line: Screams echoed through the cavern.
Review: Maria, a wolf-shifter vampire, is next in line as alpha according to birthright, but her uncle steps in and shoves her into a different purpose for her people.
Naamah, next in line as alpha of the Kaskun clan, is a shape-shifter with other mystical abilities. He’s determined to unite clans and take down an evil deadly force.
When Maria and Naamah meet, their destinies intertwine and change the rules of both clans forever.
Ms. Brown dazzles with this series, like the Ema Marx series, her story-stars are well-developed and their adventures well-plotted. The twisting pulse of this story creates a page turning experience, and it left me thinking of her characters and their story long after I finished the last page.
Ms. Brown’s world-building is phenomenal. You’ll lose yourself inside Maria, viewing her story through her eyes and living a warrioress’ life.
An excellent satisfying ending will leave you wanting to read more by Ms. Brown, and I’ll add, you will enjoy every one of her books.
I really enjoyed this book. It was nice to go back to the beginning to see how it all started. Before it was hard to understand Naamah & Maria and how they ended up in their situation. Now I really understand what these two have been through and endured. Most people would have broken but these two are strong when they stand together. I love a strong heroine and Maria certainly is one. I can't wait to read on and see how they fight back against Apollyon this time around.
I truly loved this book, it had a lot of the things I look for in a book. I loved that the author knows how to write, good grammar, enticing storyline, and it was just overall amazing. I love all of J.D. Brown’s work and high suggest this author to all of my readers. If you haven’t checked out the Ema Marx Series, you are really missing out on a magnificent series. Please go check out this book and author, you will not be disappointed, I promise you.
Review By: Angelina Daniel
This story was also a different slant on vampyres. Maria could change into a wolf and was vampyre, but Naamah could phatom himself like a ghost and vampyre. I never understood why they weren't strong enough to defeat his clans enemy, but then maybe that is for another day. The story doesn't seem to be over with the way it ended.
I voluntarily read this Advance Review Copy and highly recommend Brown as an author with the imagination to hold her audience in her hands.
This story has so much going on, when we first meet Naamah and Maria they are young and hiding from the attack that is father is doing to her clan . Their first meeting was sweet as they see each other something takes hold in Naamah's heart . When they meet later he invades her wedding day . A day that she actually is dreading. As they find their way around each other , they are drawn to each other but Maria is a fighter and doesn't want to be part of his world . The violence of getting the other tribes to join them. As we read we see them start to lower their defenses and fall in love, fight to save themselves and their tribe. We see Naamah turn his shy little spit fire into the warrior . We also get the first look of the boys Jesu and Jalamari and the reasoning why they decided to be there for them .
This was such great read for me . I have always wondered about Maria and Naamah's back story . The author did a great job in telling their story . She created such a great world for them and how they met and the way they fell in love . There were some twists an turns that kept me turning the pages . There is just one thing I just wished it was longer , I got totally engrossed in their story. So if you have been reading the Ema Marx series this is a great addition to the series . Check it out .
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