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Although I don t think it WOULD BE FAIR FOR ME TO be fair for me to a rated review of this book for the significant reason stated below I don t think it s unfair to let readers know that I certainly This is the first book I ve read by this author and overall I enjoyed it It did have a adult Twilight feel to it but with depth to the characters and their actions I ll definitely check out the next book in the series This was an interesting twist on a vampire tale Vampires who have a God chosen soul mate who will return that vampire s humanity while being the vampires biggest weakness An awesome premise and to have this story introduced by a vampire who hates what he is was a perfect start to the Vampire Agape seriesCurry Brennan was turned against his will by a sadistic woman who wanted nothing than to own him Own him she did for 139 years until one fateful eclipse released Curry from their bond Curry is an introverted man who has done his best to keep to himself for most of his existence But when he finds himself renting an apartment from the family that now owns the home he built in Mississippi he can t help but be drawn in by their Southern hospitality and their randdaughter Chansey Leclaire Curry knows nothing about agapes or their special meaning to a vampire when he fights the draw to Chansey but he soon finds out that the will of the Gods is much than any mere mortal or vampire can fight What makes this a Gone: The Disappearance of Claudia Lawrence and Her Father's Desperate Search for the Truth great story is the fact that it s told in Curry s point of view He s a manerr vampire who truly hates what he is and that hatred has shaped who he is While he claims to have accepted what he is you can tell that he really hasn t and that makes his choices when it comes to Chansey heartbreaking I m not very fond of the ending to this story as it leaves you hanging for the next book It was kind of like being privy to a conversation and suddenly having the door slammed in your face But I won t hold that against the book because I did enjoy it and will cross my fingers that Georgia Cates has something wonderful in store for us in the next installment to this series thatives us the continuation of Curry and Chansey s story I read this book based on a rec from a Goodreads reader lad I "did I am really enjoying these indie authors and their creative ideas on paranormal romance Blood of Anteros was an " I am really enjoying these indie authors and their creative ideas on paranormal romance Blood of Anteros was an read I wasn t so sure about it the first few chapters in but then all of a sudden there was a spark of energy in the writing and I couldn t put it down I loved reading the story from Curry s POV we usually et the human perspective and I loved having the perspective of the vampire himself Near the end when we were introduced to Sully I felt like there was too much dialogue and the introduction seemed forced Cates had such beautiful descriptions and character development up until then I would have liked to see emotion behind Curry and Sully s reunion However this was a very small section of the book and it would not deter me from rec to readers out there Of course we were left with a small cliffy just some unfinished business and I eagerly. I was tantalized by the mystery of her The leech inside me came out to find prey but found none in this enigmatic irl The close proximity of her essence didn’t entice the monster within so what did that make her I had uestions than answers but one thing was unmistakable; although she released me from her embrace her hold on me remained Cruel. ,


Blood of AnterosE Marsala had pretty much kept him the dark about everything Curry then finds himself answering a Renter Wanted ad at the home he build over 150 years ago discovers that the owners randdaughter a home he build over 150 years ago and discovers the owners randdaughter a human irl named Chansey and he share A SPECIAL BOND A BOND THAT CAUSES LOVE AND special bond A bond that causes love and and puts Chansey s existence into dangerI enjoyed this non typical vampire book Some of the dialogue was a bit choppy however it didn t detract from the plot or the ideas that the author was trying to convey Curry is every bit the protector you would expect from a man in love human or not so much He s old fashioned in some of his views of which some of those views cause problems with Chansey while others are very sweet and wholesome The ending isn t what I would call a cliff hanger but not all the uestionsproblemsissues are resolved I can t wait for Book 2 LOVE the cover of this It s BEAUUUTIFUL Curry Brennan has been bonded to Marsala the vampire who changed him for 161 years He has always seen himself as a monster and has hated Marsala since his brother brought her into their life Now on the day of the solar eclipse in 1989 Curry has a chance to release himself from his bond and miserable existence However instead of burning in the sunlight Curry seems immune and takes a chance to simply escape from Marsala s Hello, Snow! grip Curry finds himself a mentor and eventually finds a room to rent in the house he once built Curry believes this is aood place to start over but is thrown when the older couple who he rents from says their A Little Dinner Before the Play granddaughter Chauncey will be staying the summer with them When Chauncey enters Curry s life he feels a spark and hears the whisper of the wish he made Curry soon learns that Chauncey is aift his Ag pe created just for him They share an unbreakable love however Marsala would do anything to take Chauncey out of the euation leaving Curry with a difficult decision This vampire romance started off strong and fizzled midway through for me I was at first very interested in Curry s story how he was turned and Marsala s obsession Curry did fall into one of the vampire tropes of hating himself and what he was turned in to I liked how he improved his outlook with Sebastian and Soloman and wish of that was highlighted I was also intrigued by the setting of the story and wanted to know about Curry as a human as well as how a large Mastering the Art of Saying No Without Feeling Guilty: Tips, Techniques and Strategies group of vampires came to settle along the Mississippi coast I really liked the romance at first and was very interested in the idea of an Agape While the Ag pe was explained well Curry once again fell into the vampire romance trope of deciding too against his feelings in order to keep Chauncey safe It is here that the book started to feel really familiar to another well known vampire romance and the plot continued to follow suit This really didn t feel too vampirey to me especially since Curry was regaining parts of his humanity with his Ag pe I needed vampire action scares and suspense While the ending threw in some new twists it wasn t uite enough to redeem the story for me or want to read the rest of the series. Nsey Leclaire a human he is unable to resist the captivating relationship that threatens to reveal his existence as a vampire He eventually discovers the reason he was destined to find what he didn’t know he searched for and is faced with the cruel realization that the living and the immortal undead will always be separated by one thing Eterni.

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Await the next book in this series Frightfully familiar to On the Soul of a Vampire I have to Say That I Think Ms that I think Ms has really done a Yuganta, The End Of An Epoch great job ativing the vampire Once a Wicked Lady: A Biography of Margaret Lockwood genre a new angle This book wasood in that you Forbidden Reading got some intersting history behind the vampires plus a sweet romance I loved Chancey she was soreat for Curry She had just enough attitude to bring him out of his shell but she wasn t over the top Really really A Northern Line Minute: The Northern Line great book Don t miss this one This is the first book in a series that I will not be continuing because I couldn t evenet through the first halfThere I said it and yes you read correctly I am writing a review for a book that was in my opinion so terrible that I will never find out how Curry eludes his maker Marsala I won t ever find out how the doomed romance between him and Chansey resolves I ll never et a chance to figure out what being an Agape really means to any of themAnd what s worse I don t care to For the first time in my brief history as a book reviewer I m throwing out the "golden rule of bracketing every critiue in two compliments It just isn t possible for "rule of bracketing every critiue in two compliments It just isn t possible for this time In fact I almost didn t review Blood of Anteros because after looking at all the lowing reviews for this series some even written by other reviewers that I follow and trust there is a small part of me that believes that maybe just maybe I m the outlier and it s my opinion that stinks not this book But after further consideration I truly feel like this one needs to avoided But why I ll Major Problems in American Urban and Suburban History: Documents and Essays give you three reasons 1 Curry is a vampire A vampire who can walk in the daylight because of some strange elliptical happening Which is all well andood but once you A Sting in the Tale get reading he ll say things like he can t eat real food making a big excuse to avoidoing down to breakfast because he doesn t want his non food eating self revealed But then a chapter or two later he ll be scarfing breakfast with the same roup of people 2 Even by the halfway point I still ot the sense that the author was still trying to figure out the point and overall vampire element felt like it was jammed into the story 3 Lastly the editing is terrible This in and of itself makes it really really difficult to read because I constantly found myself trying to make sense of a misused or totally missing word or poorly punctuated sentence To everyone who loves these books I m sorry for the hard lined review To everyone else read at your own risk Blood of Anteros is was wonderfully different take on vampires The novel is told from vampire Curry s point of view He is created against his will by an evil vampire Marsala and basically kept as her slave In 1989 during an eclipse he decides to end his life and "Walk Into The Sun " into the sun committing himself to the Second Death Upon the exposure of the sun he feels his life change and instead of burning to death as vampires tend to do when standing in sunlight he feels his bond break with Marsala and he is able to escape her clutches into the light of the day He meets up with Solomon another vampire and Solomon becomes Curry s mentor sinc. Circumstances turned Curry Brennan into the wretched monster he hates and refuses to accept but when an expected turn of events releases him from the bond of his obsessive maker he returns to the home he knew 161 years earlier and finds the return of happiness and joy in something he didn’t know existed Puzzled by his rowing attraction to Cha. ,