Sweet Savage Blood, a vampire romance

Sweet Savage Blood a vampire romance Dominique is a typical teen in a boring Texas town where the most exciting thing is the annual turnip green festival When the charismatic Caden Hanover enrolls in her high school her life takes a he

  • Title: Sweet Savage Blood, a vampire romance
  • Author: Carolina Courtland
  • ISBN: 9781475012637
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dominique is a typical teen in a boring Texas town, where the most exciting thing is the annual turnip green festival When the charismatic Caden Hanover enrolls in her high school, her life takes a heart pounding turn From the moment she sees Caden, she is irresistibly drawn to him She has no idea that not only is he a vampire, but that he knows she is the reincarnationDominique is a typical teen in a boring Texas town, where the most exciting thing is the annual turnip green festival When the charismatic Caden Hanover enrolls in her high school, her life takes a heart pounding turn From the moment she sees Caden, she is irresistibly drawn to him She has no idea that not only is he a vampire, but that he knows she is the reincarnation of his human wife the wife he hasn t seen in almost two hundred years He is determined to reestablish their passionate love He won t stop until he claims Dominique as his own and eventually makes her his vampire bride.Sweet Savage Blood is a story of undying love sweeping across time from the 19th century to the 21st century.This is the complete version in paperback.

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    1. I wanted to like Sweet Savage Blood. Not only because it’s a vampire book; and I do so love my vampire books. Not only because the author is self-published, and I know what that’s like.No: I wanted to like it because it seemed promising. Because, for all its flaws—and there are rather many—this book does, at its heart, have an interesting enough tale to tell. A teenage girl, re-incarnated from two centuries past and her vampire husband? Well, it seemed rather intriguing. It’s a little [...]

    2. Sweet Savage Blood by Carolina Courtland is the first of three novels. This is an epic YA romance that spans nearly two hundred years. It is also the story of a vampire hunter, a witch and reincarnation. I quickly consumed this novel in a single evening and look forward to continuing this saga. The tale begins as we meet both Dominique and Caden. She is walking across the street and he stopped at the red light. As she crosses, Caden Hanover immediately recognizes her as the reincarnation of his [...]

    3. Originally Reviewed At:The Indie Spotlight at Mother/Gamer/WriterRating: 4.5 out of 5 ControllersReview Source: Author for Honest ReviewReviewer: JenniferIn the fall of 1850, Caden Hanover met the love of his life, a young woman by the name of Dominique. The two married and lived a life together until her death sometime later. Two hundred years later, he sees her crossing the street at a stop light. After following her home, he enrolls in her high school in order to get closer. His plans become [...]

    4. What a wonderful, engaging, well-written tale! The characters are developed so clearly that you feel as though you know them within just a few pages. The story, like a good story should, pulls you in and engrosses you, making this a book that I didn't put down until I read the very last page. It is delightful and suspenseful; light-hearted and yet dashed with malevolence. It's a wonderful blend of people you identify with and people you might want to be for a day.I have already downloaded books [...]

    5. This was a really good read. The only thing that confused me a bit was the changing of character dialogue. But I was able to catch on pretty quickly though. I think my favorite character was Madison(the slayer). She kicked some major vampire butt in this book. It was awesome. I can't wait to read the next book in the series.

    6. This teen vampire romance is a light read, humorous at times, filled with romance and hot love scenes that manage to never be too explicit. I have to admit that I am not a teen, and even though a lot of it takes place in high school, I found it entertaining. It's a fresh take on the genre. I look forward to reading the sequel Blood Fires.

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