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Resurrection by Patrice Michelle
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Vampires are extinct......aren't they?

When new author Ariel Swanson writes a book about vampires, she was hoping it would be cathargic for her. Helping her deal with the fact that years ago vampires had killed her entire family, and terrorized the rest of the population until they apparently died out.

Her book however brings her to the attention of the vampires who had been hiding for the last quarter of a century. It especially brings her to the attention of vampire Jachin Black - a vampire that's been banished from his clan.

Ariel unknowingly writes a prophecy at the start of her book the - The Vampire's Return that has so much detail that one of the few vampires who actualy beleives in the prophecy is shocked. It's a prophecy that Jacchin believes in so strongly he will go to any lengths to help make it come to pass. A chance for peace among vampires and humans.

In this first book of the Scions trilogy, author Patrice Michelle gives us the chance to find out if such a peace is possible. She gives us a solid background and characters that are more than just one dimensional. This is a harder and darker paranormal romance, and it has depth and an adventure I didn't want to see end. ( )
  claydragon | May 10, 2008 |
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