Vampire predators run wild in this exciting steampunk adventure, the first in an alternate history trilogy that is already attracting attention. In 1870, monsters rise up and conquer the northern lands, As great cities are swallowed up by carnage and disease, landowners and other elite flee south to escape their blood-thirsty wrath.
One hundred fifty years later, the great divide still exists; fangs on one side of the border, worried defenders on the other. This fragile equilibrium is threatened, then crumbles after a single young princess becomes almost hopelessly lost in the hostile territory. At first, she has only one defender—a mysterious Greyfriar who roams freely in dangerous vampire regions.
Whoah my dear book! Steady now, you just might make me fall on my arse with all the ROCKING you’re doing!
I’m in love!
I’m in love with the story, I’m in love with the authors and most importantly I’m in love with Gareth.
My only tiny problem with the book was the POV switching. It worked so well for Adele and Gareth, but sucked for the other characters. It got me bored. But I won’t take away any stars from the rating because everything was awesome and I had a great time
reading experiencing the book.
And speaking of Gareth and Adele-
I’m trying soooo hard to control my fangirlism. I really am!
Speaking of Gareth and, was I the only one doing this all the time?
No??? I’m not the only one?????? I KNEW IT!!
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