In book one we have a naive (Not wimpy) just very ignorant to the ways of the dark world, young woman.It all begins in the 1930's and does not come into the now until book 6 or maybe even 7? And then we have a Bloodbreeder who has been in search of a 'mate' if you will, and just so happened upon the Crocker farm. Though he had been a Breeder for hundreds of year, he had refused to bring another over to the dark side. That is until he saw her. Most think he just saw her and made her his own...what my readers will find...Martin had watched her from afar for close to two months.
People ask me why I took the main male character out so soon in the first book.'Suspence of course' ... It would be because all 5 books are just one long story that has been broken down and all happens within a 3 year period. "He does show back up" when, would be the question.The one thing that I wanted to do in this series is make it different than most of what I have read. Why should the man always come to the rescue? Why does book one have to share what has happened to the main male character? Why not let things play out instead of laying it out on the line in the very first book?
Yes, I do plan on skipping the series into the now after these first five books...then all will know that the tale is being told by the characters, mainly Renee Lebrun.
Yes, Renee is as dumb as a bucket of rocks where her new dark life is concerned...But, she is known to be one of the boys when it comes to standing her ground and could do just about anything they could do, in her former life.
Those who have read the first two books already know that Renee is no girly-girl. In fact, the way she was raised is the very reason that she comes back in book two: The Revenge...I would go deeper into that but I don't want to spoil it for those who have not started the series.
Renee is a young adult who choose to remain at home with her family to help raise her siblings...who is also removed against her will by a Breeder that had fallen for her from afar. She has to learn about her new world in the hard way but does make a few friends along the way.
Anyway...If you want to know more about the main female character...please feel free to ask!
5.0 out of 5 stars good book,
January 25, 2013
This review is from: Living in Darkness (Bloodbreeders) (Kindle Edition)I am sending in this review for my daughter who does not have a computer set up yet..."My mother gave me this story to read and I wasnt sure if I would like it,(we have diff tastes in books)but she was right.....this book was captivating. this author is very talented and creative,cant wait to read more because she showed a different side to a vampires life that most books and movies have yet to do...not your typical vampire story and I think thats why I liked it so much...you can side with the feelings of the vampires in this one.. actually both books in this series were awesome..cant wait for the next one.!" Sue
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Next post I will be chatting about another of my characters...just not sure who it will be. Y'all know I have to hold off on Martin (Marteen) for a time anyway. Don't want to blow something that isn't even out yet..LOL