"Romantic and tender vampire tale"
Suffering from feelings of inadequacy thanks to his vampire
father mating with his mortal mother, Roger was determined
to settle down with a full-blooded vampire woman. He had it
all planned out, never factoring in the most important
part; the heart chooses who it will love, not the mind.
Bored, restless, and at odds with life, Roger found himself
draw to an internet chat-room called Transylvania. Even
knowing it would probably be filled with mortals playing at
be vampires, he still found himself intrigued by the
There he met Fyre, a woman who made his heart sing and his
soul ache for what he couldn't have. Drawn to her despite
his resolve, he struggles with his desire as a man, and his
determination as a vampire.
Brakos@twilight.com is more than a story of a vampire
finding his mate, it is a tale of love and longing
awakening within, of working past the blocks life puts in
love's way. Romantic and tender, a vampire tale without the
intense lust, Brakos is a soft reminder of what falling in
love feels like and why it is so precious and should be
nurtured. The sometimes love does finds a way.
Reviewed by Michelle Houston
for PNR Reviews
Posted May 21, 2003
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 11, 2006