The Fallen One (Sons of the Dark Mother, #1)
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The Fallen One (Sons of the Dark Mother #1)

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The Fallen One (Sons of the Dark Mother Saga, Part #1)

The Fallen One is an in-depth saga about an ancient race and a prophecy that foretells of four dark princes, the sons of the dark mother, who will rise up with a nation of old vamps to stop the rogue factions from ruling over mankind.

The book is part of an ongoing and lengthy saga and will be republished in August.
Kindle Edition, 1st edition
Expected publication: August 19th 2014 by Triquetra Press Publications (first published January 31st 2012)
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Rick F.

I'm 51% done with The Fallen One: "Justice is the first in that prophecy, from the ancient Jaguar People. He is the Prince of Fire. Jess is one of the three sisters of the Jaguar witches who must help him to stop" LOVING THE PACING AND SUPERB CHARACTERIZATIONS!! Jess is a very well drawn protagonist- and the fantasy element is supremely rendered!!
Honestly, I didn't believe that I would love this book that much. A few months ago I won Dark Warrior: To Tame a Wild Hawk (Dark Cloth #1) and Doorway to the Triquetra (Children of Atlantis, Book One ) both written by Lenore Wolfe, but with my monster TBR pile and mega ''request review'' list, I wasn't able to read them... So when I start The Fallen one, I have no idea of the kind/style of writing, which paranormal creatures could be into this story, does Ms. Wolfe prefer male or female main cha...more
Jayde Scott
This book is the first in Ms. Wolfe’s Sons of the Dark Mother trilogy. It all starts with the gruesome murder of a gang. Everyone thinks it’s the result of gangs fighting, but Justice, the only survivor, knows something else is going on and whatever’s to blame might just be inside him.
Fast forward fifteen years and the girl who watched the murder scene when her father investigated, twenty-something-year-old Jes, is a detective who hasn’t forgotten the mystery was never solved. She knows who or,...more
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Paula Ratcliffe
This book starts out with the main character Justice fighting a gang who has had it out for him. While walking his sisters to school the gang descends on him, during the course of the battle something happens and Justice turns into a Jaguar and kills the gang.

Fast forward to the present time and Jes is looking for Justice, knowing what he is and wondering why he killed them. She mentions that Jaguars aren't suppose to kill humans. What Jes hasen't figured out is that her and Justice are soul mat...more
Kristin (Blood,Sweat and Books)
First off lets get the technicalities out of the way. I was given this book to review by the Author. All opinions are my own and I was not compensated in any way for them.

That being said this is my review. This is the first in a planned trilogy of Dark Mother books. The Book Starts with the gruesome (albeit justifiable) murder of a local street gang. Justice the sole survivor of the attack is the one responsible but with no clue how and with sisters to protect he lets everyone believe it was a w...more
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This book has many different characters and information to absorb. It was very hard for me to get into. I wish the author spent more time talking about Justice and Jes.

The overall lesson learned is to make sure we take care of Mother Earth before she is no longer here for us to live on.

I found myself confused and lost many times in this book. I didn’t feel that I was invested in it since I jumps around a lot with so much information. I...more
I have to say that at first it was a hard book to follow. I had to re-read some of the book to follow through with it. It seemed that there was so many threads that it was hard to get them all to mesh. It also seemed to me that there were so many points that the author wanted to make that it seemed as though there was no flow.
But in saying all this if you can push yourself through to the middle it does get easier. Not only does this book show the environmental impact we have on the planet it s...more
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