For vampire Aidan Murphy, life has never been so desperate. The vaccine used to treat a global pandemic has rendered human blood deadly to his kind, leaving them on the brink of starvation and civil war. In tiny Penton, Alabama, Aidan establishes a peaceful community of vampires and unvaccinated human donors. He dares to hope they can survive - until his estranged brother descends upon Penton and begins killing the humans. Determined to save his town, Aidan kidnaps an unsuspecting human doctor…and finds himself falling in love for the first time in nearly four centuries.
Dr. Krystal Harris thought she was coming to Penton for a job interview, but Aidan Murphy has other plans. Infuriated by his high-handed scheme to imprison her in the small town, Krys can’t ignore the attraction between them. But is it love? Or does her dangerous, charismatic captor want only to bend her to his will?
©2012 Susannah Sandlin (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Great storyline, different approach, Great narrator
When Aiden realised he couldn't fight his attractoin to Chris
Didn't want to stop listening!!!
Susannah spins an intriguing tale with strong character development that is highly entertaining. Also, the narrator, Angela Dawe, does an excellent job with the range of people. Living in a world where most humans have been vaccinated against a pandemic, it turns out that this is fatal for vampires. To answer this challenge, one vampire creates a utopia in Penton, AL with unvaccinated humans that he rescues from across the country and supports them through rehabs and other limiting life situations, then gives them the option to live in a small town with a positive supported community in exchange for blood.Top this off with a vampire national government that does not like this idea and other vampires that are attracted to building the community you have intrigue a strong love story all woven into a fast paced fun story. worth a credit? Totally!
I bought this for kindle reading and listening, and preferred to read it. The narration is too slow, without emotion. As for the book, I really liked this new concept for the old vampire storyline. Because of a virus that tainted human blood for consumption, Aiden Murphy created a whole community for vampires to thrive in. It's made up of consenting untainted humans, living alongside with the vampires in harmony. Problems arise when Mathias, one of the governing Vampire Tribunal, sees Aiden's power as a threat, and sends the leader's brother, Owen, to assassinate Aiden, and bring back his wayward son Will (whom is part of this new community) home.
Krys, comes to town for an interview to become the town's new physician, and gets thrown right in the middle of a vampire war. What takes place is the unfolding of an unavoidable romance,and not your typical love story, because I didn't get totally frustrated with either party acting stupid, as they do so often in these books. I could understand the viewpoints of both people involved.
Along with action, mystery, a bit of double crossing, the book has plenty of character interaction and development that will take you right into the next of the series.
probably not. only because the story teller didnt seem to take breath and the lines/words seem to ran into each other. She didn't have any character to her talking. The reading was very bland. it was hard to work who was actually talking some times.
same reason as the first one
She didnt seem to take breath and the lines/words seem to ran into each other. She didn't have any character to her talking. The reading was very bland. it was hard to work who was actually talking some times.
I did like her voice though :)
The story line was good. it would have been alot better if the reader was different. (sorry)
I bought this book yesterday afternoon and thought it might be good but wasn't holding my breath. Well, I did hold my breath, a few times. This book was sooo exciting and sensual I couldn't believe it. I absolutely loved Aiden and Krys. No overdone angst, like sooo many romance stories. Just a perfect vampire romance. Loved Mirren and Will and truly hated Owen.I was thinking of getting the second one in this series but the narrator does't really do male voices, I listened to the sample.
I don't get it! I read/listened to the entire Mackenzie series, five or six books, I don't remember. The last one I reviewed was on 10/30/13 and they were all narrated by Angela Dawe and I gave her 2 stars on every book because of her terrible narration. This book was released to audible on 6/12/12.So can someone tell me how she managed to do such a phenomenal job on this book and such a shi**y job on the Mackenzies? I'm not getting it!!!
Might enjoy if I had read this book instead of listening.
I am not sure. I liked the plot, but the writing seem forced.
As I said it had a good plot.
This story line had great potential but was not very professionally written. I felt the narrator was very poor. For me a narrator can make the difference in a book I listen to instead of read my selfing.
The story line was hard to follow
Nothing I was confused the whole book
I want a refund
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