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Stolen Mortality (Book One) (The Nocturnal Battle Series)

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Catherine is a struggling single mother of three she works two jobs in order to provide less than ideal housing and food for her children. She depends heavily on the help of her 15 year old with the two younger ones while she works as child care is aluxury she cannot afford. Finishing up an over night shift she walks home as she had done a million times before but nothing ...more
Kindle Edition, 83 pages
Published June 1st 2013
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Eugene Gorodinsky
Jan 13, 2014 Eugene Gorodinsky rated it did not like it
This probably set a new standard for one star on my shelves. The idea is great: a mother turned vampire struggling with her thirst for the blood of her children. The implementation... well let's just say: if you're a fan of vampire novels with a female protagonist who's a single mother turned vampire and is struggling with her desire to drink her children's blood, you better look really hard for other novels. This has spelling errors practically on every page, little depth to characters, and the ...more
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