Destiny of the Vampire

Destiny of the Vampire Some secrets never die Hiding who you are can kill you Declan and Sebastian St Clair set out on a fishing trip with their father when an unforeseeable storm bears down on them tossing their tiny boa

  • Title: Destiny of the Vampire
  • Author: Tina Traverse
  • ISBN: 9781477643327
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Paperback
  • Some secrets never die Hiding who you are can kill you.Declan and Sebastian St Clair set out on a fishing trip with their father, when an unforeseeable storm bears down on them, tossing their tiny boat far into the sea, sinking it Declan and Sebastian are forced, helpless, as they watch their father swept under the waves.Both brothers wash up on a deserted island, whereSome secrets never die Hiding who you are can kill you.Declan and Sebastian St Clair set out on a fishing trip with their father, when an unforeseeable storm bears down on them, tossing their tiny boat far into the sea, sinking it Declan and Sebastian are forced, helpless, as they watch their father swept under the waves.Both brothers wash up on a deserted island, where for five months they work to survive and escape After a tragic accident, they perish, only to be reborn as immortal creatures of the night, hungry for human blood.They are then forced to leave the island by their creator, where they enjoy their new immortal lives Until a mutual catastrophic event forces the brothers to succumb to all too human destructive methods to bury and numb out the pain of their dark secret.

    One thought on “Destiny of the Vampire”

    1. Destiny of the Vampire by Tina Traverse is wonderfully romantic, full of hope, addiction, love, desire and betrayal. For a short read, Tina has certainly crammed an awful lot of story that never lets up, never drags its heels to the exciting climax which left me gasping for more.Declan and Sebastian St Clair go on a fishing trip with the father. A storm surprises them and sinks the boat.The brothers wake up on an island paradise, battered, bruised and confused. Neither have time to mourn their f [...]

    2. I’m big fan of vampire novels (obviously since I’ve written two) and when Tina offered me her book for free (in exchange for a review) I was about to say yes but realized I had already paid to download it. I like to keep abreast of vampire fiction as much as I can and since Tina is also from Newfoundland, I was especially curious to see what she had written. Sadly I have to start this review the way I did one for another self-published book I read earlier this year, if Tina read this I guess [...]

    3. The sheer scope and variety of vampire literature never ceases to amaze. Some novels are blood-sodden orgies, where the hero is a cross between Jack The Ripper and Casanova. Others are subtle love stories with just a sprinkling of vampirism to help season the tale.In Destiny Of The Vampire Tina Traverse introduces her own unusual take on the genre.Two brothers, Declan and Sebastian St, Clair are washed up on an island which, although apparently deserted, is actually inhabited by the mysterious C [...]

    4. This is an enjoyable book for anyone who like The Vampire Diaries. I will admit that I have not read those books, but I have watched some of the show. Destiny of the Vampire is heavily influenced by The Vampire Diaries, but does improve on some aspects (I enjoy the character of Doctor Hope Serenity much more than many of the female characters on The Vampire Diaries, but again, I only know the show.At the same time, this is an independent publication by a first-time author, so there are the editi [...]

    5. I found this to be a delightful book about vampires, love, lies and regret. The story is rich with it's history and backstory, and the plot moves at a nice pace. The characters draw you in, and you immediately become invested in them and their growth.The only drawbacks were some slight issues with the formatting. There were areas of distinct POV change or time lapse where a break in the page would have allowed an easier transition into the next section.Tina writes the story in a fluid manner, an [...]

    6. I liked this book. It was slow to start, but it started to get really interesting when Hope Serenity appeared. The relationship between Hope, Bass, and Declan is a bit twisted, which I guess is a good thing for a vampire novel. The ending was not anticipated (I won't give it away). A little sad and a little triumphant too. A nice read.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *