In the Name of Blood Book III

Book III
Vampires are Restorative

Riley Austin believes life is pliable. Never too predictable in its unpredictability, yet life is not too unpredictable to be predictable either. Life is just life. 

She has come to accept her new life and the luxuries her station affords. She also knows her dance with the moonlight is for a limited time. Courage has its rewards and rewards sometimes come at a cost. 

Her future is about to change. She has come to terms with her fate. The question is: will Matthew and Julian survive an eternity without her?

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Critical Acclaim from Readers:

"All right, the pitch has vampires in it but they're grown up vampires for grown up people, one of the few on this [Authonomy] site."

"I like the classic feel of a crime novel in a vampire story."

"Seriously hot stuff. These are vampires the way they were meant to be."

"What I did like most about this is your ability to bring something new to the vampire genre."

"This is an exciting story. Fast-paced yet descriptive writing. Great, snappy dialogue."

"I enjoyed you taking me through this classic tale with a great spin on it."

"Excellent opening. Your dialogue flows naturally (I appreciated the Munsters reference ;D)."


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