"Vampire and Huntress and where it all began..."
How it all began:
Both Vampires and Hunters were humans once, who lived
through the Black Death. Each human reacted differently to
the disease, changing his or her body and creating the
clans of Hunters and Vampires. Their differences start the
century old feud. Vampires and Hunters are sworn enemies
and are not allowed to start a relationship with each
other. Elizabeth (huntress) and Ephraim (vampire) ignore
the rules set by their clans, believing they can run away
and start a new life. Their love for each other ends
Alena Macleod, a huntress has a mission to terminate a
rogue vampire, Sutton Bastrop. She goes undercover,
believing she can handle Bastrop, only the vampire isn't
what she expected. She should hate him, but her heart won't
listen to reason.
Ephraim MacNeill (aka Sutton Bastrop) knows Alena as his
beloved Elizabeth Macleod. He's lived centuries, meeting
his love in different centuries only to lose her again to a
tragic end. He searches for a way to travel back in time to
change events that put them on this path of destruction.
Unfortunately, the events in the present prevent him from
time traveling back to where it all began.
Alena and Sutton will risk everything to stop a war between
the newly formed Brotherhood of rogue vampires and the
League of Hunters. Will their efforts be enough or will
their love for each other destroy them yet again?
Ms. Spear has written an intriguing vampire and hunter
myth, giving depth to her characters and immersing the
reader into her world.
From the first chapter I was hooked, hoping Ephraim and
Elizabeth would find their happily-ever-after. This reader
enjoyed the journey. I look forward to reading more of Ms.
Spear's vampire tales and learning more about the League of
Hunters and the Brotherhood.
Reviewed by: Karen
Michelle Nutt, author
Reviewed by Karen Michelle Nutt
Posted April 25, 2011