Review: Blood Of Anteros – Georgia Cates
From the moment of his creation, Curry Brennan has detested the fact that he was made into a vampire. A fact his maker, Marsala, has never cared to acknowledge. Spending every waking moment trying to devise his own demise, he knows it’s only a matter of time before he succeeds in achieving that very goal.
Drawn to Mexico to experience the coming eclipse, he decides it’s the perfect moment in which to release himself from Marsala’s hold. Stepping into the light, he awaits a blissful death, never knowing that his life would change forever from that moment on. As he comes to realize that everything has changed, he’s ecstatic to leave behind the wretched life he’s lived.
Returning to his roots, he soon comes face to face with Chansey Leclaire, a woman who stirs his senses and makes him question everything he’s ever known. Drawn to her in more ways than one, he allows himself to befriend the beautiful woman. Losing his heart to her, he vows to protect her to the best of his ability.
Dark forces begin to close in, intent on keeping the pair apart. Yet this is something Curry will not allow. The circumstances surrounding his beloved’s existence soon become clear – Chansey possesses the Blood of Anteros, a gift bestowed to her from the Gods. A gift others seek to make their own through any means necessary, even if it means that others must be hurt in the process.
I truly enjoyed this book. It was definitely a unique take on how vampires live and the good versus bad aspects of their world. Georgia has created quite an intriguing story that draws the reader in from the very moment they begin reading the book. I look forward to reading the next part of the series soon.
Synopsis: Cruel 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 growing attraction to Chansey 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. Eternity.
About The Author:
In addition to being an author Georgia is a wife, mother of two daughters and a labor and delivery nurse.
She recently added Paranormal Romance Writer to her list of things that keep her busy, but she is ecstatic to release her debut novel, Blood of Anteros, the first book in The Vampire Agápe Series.
Like others that enjoy a great story of paranormal romance, she is easily bored by the tale of an obtainable, ordinary romance and was inspired to create The Vampire Agápe Series. When not tied up with family or delivering babies, she is working feverishly on the second book in The Vampire Agápe Series.
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