10/7/12

Danica Winters

The Vampire's Hope

Elpis or Ellie as she liked to be called has had a ruff life. Abandoned at birth and living in the foster care system, then dropping out of school living on her own. She has had to do untold things for scraps to get by and works from job to job where she can find any work. She notices two large men looking at her. The blond, who looks like a viking, approaches her and talks with her. Ellie knows what he wants. Her main problem is she feels she has no heart. She feels nothing, so when danger approached, she had no clue. The blond man introduces her the the big red head as Master Liam. Ian asked her is she would dance with him. She agrees knowing it will end with some kind of payment for something she will do, but again she could use the money. As the two of them dance, he slowly gets her into a dark corner and bites her. She struggles in vain, and dies. Waking up to a new life didn't really change much. She was a lot stronger and faster but still felt nothing. After a short time learning how to be a vampire, Ian comes to her again. Ian makes her feel, something she has never felt. Does he actually care for her? Is this love? Hope? Ellie learns the true plans of both Master Liam and Ian. Can "hope" change her fate and save millions of innocents? Can just a short time with Ian change so much?

This is a story of a lost soul. Ellie comes from a bad background and is not really living, even when her heart is beating. It is ironic that she doesn't learn how until she dies and becomes a vampire. Ian has a plan of his own. He has a mission to complete with or without Ellie. As Ian, Master Liam has a evil plan he is leading all his own. He just plans on using Ellie in a different way than Ian. The story is complex for a short book. You want to know how Ellie became so lost? And what draws Ian to Ellie so strongly? Overall the story is a good vampire romance. Lots of action and some blood and violence keep the pace moving very fast. So no sparking vamps here, just the ones that you do not want to meet in a dark alley.  This book does contain adult content and violence but nothing too descriptive 16-18 and up depending on maturity.

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