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This week’s theme is Love
This week’s theme is Love
It’s A Wonderful Undead Life is a paranormal romance set in Amber Heights, Missouri.
It’s Christmas Eve, and Cailey has little to celebrate; she lost her mother in a horrific car accident, then found her husband was cheating on her. Divorced and choosing to spend the holidays alone, Cailey drowns her sorrows in whisky and an old film. Her wishes for an angelic saviour see her staggering drunkenly to a bridge overlooking the river, as she tries to replicate a scene from the movie. But instead of an angel, a vampire appears and bites her.
Vincent Sabriento is seeking to create a half human/ half vampire; this is a forbidden being and one he wants Gabriel Blautsauger to get the blame for. In a territorial war, the Toltec vampires want to discredit the powerful Nosferatu tribe.
Cailey is discovered by Gabe and his siblings. She’ll die unless they turn her into a full vampire. Will it be enough evidence to stop the council turning against Gabe and his family? Will the council believe there is a Toltec threat?
This is a fun, easy read, following popular vampire themes. Ideal for those who enjoy paranormal love stories. It’s book #1 of a series, so a good place to begin, with more romance to follow in the next books.
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It’s been a rough couple of years for Cailey Kantor. Facing her first Christmas alone and bad financial news, she prays for an angel to fix her problems. Instead, a sadistic, sociopathic vampire, with the goal of starting a vampire war, attacks her and forces her to drink blood stolen from the Nosferatu Gabriel Blautsauger.
Gabe must complete Cailey’s turning or she will die. In doing so he risks losing his yet unfound soulmate. But something about the lovely mortal speaks to his heart. Once her transformation is complete, he and Cailey find themselves embroiled in a battle that could cost them all they hold dear.
Faced with lies, abduction, and betrayal Cailey wonders if the vampire she is falling fangs over heart for is in it for love or if she’s just a means to stop a war.
R.E. Mullins is an American author. She has lived in the states of Missouri, Oklahoma, Michigan and Colorado. She enjoys traveling and has visited the United Kingdom several times.
She worked as a phlebotomist for ten years and assisted in a Continuing Education Course at Ozark Technical College in Springfield, MO. While taking blood samples, patients often made comments about vampires or told vampire jokes. This gave Ms. Mullins an idea for a book – What would happen if a phlebotomist became a vampire?
Here’s a fun book tag to end another year of reading, created by Adam at Roof Beam Reader
The rules? Pretty simple: answer the questions with books you read this year!
At school I was the …The Boyfriend Whisperer by Linda Budzinski
People might be surprised (by) Call Of An Angel by Patricia O’Toole
I Will Never Be…The One Memory Of Flora Banks by Emily Barr
My Fantasy job is…Divinity And The Python by Bonnie Randall
At the end of a long day I need…The Perfect Hope by Nora Roberts
I hate it when…Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
Wish I had…Seaside Sunsets by Melissa Foster
My family reunions are…(A) Pocketful Of Dreams by Jean Fullerton
At a party you’d find me with…The Thorn Birds by Colleen McCullough
I’ve never been to…(Cuba) Among Friends: Travels In Cuba by Heather Murray
A Happy day includes…Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen
Motto I live by…Match Me If You Can by Michele Gorman
On my bucket list is…(Ireland) Through The Barricades by Denise Deagan
In my next life, I want to have…It’s A Wonderful Undead Life by R.E. Mulin
If you want to join in leave a link on Adam’s blog mentioned above.
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