Time For Eternity (Da Vinci Time Travel #2)
Once, Frankie Suchet loved Henri Foucault—and it cost her everything. For two centuries, she has cursed the French duke who gave her his blood and then disappeared forever. Today, this sexy vampire is a bartender living in San Francisco. Now Frankie has been granted a chance to go back in time…and kill the man who made her what she is. But becoming “Francoise” again mean
Vampire Paranormal Romance- Sept. 1st, 2009
4 ½ stars.
This book combines 2 of my favorite genres vampire and time travel. Susan Squires guides the reader through a complex story that is sure to capture the imagination.
Frankie is vampire hardened and alone. Cruelly abandoned after being turned a vampire, she had to learn to tame her blood thirst the hard way and she has never forgiven her maker the Duke, Henri Foucault. If she could find him she would kill the...more
Vampire Frankie (Françoise) has spent two centuries reviling her maker, Henri for turning her into a monster even though it was an accident, and Frankie can hardly believe it's even possible when she is offered the opportunity to go back in time to change her past. Frankie has fantasized that scenario over and over and knows just what she'll do, she'll kill the vampire before he can steal her humanity. But things don't go...more
Frankie Suchet has lived for over two centuries. She learned how to survive as a vampire when her maker abandoned her. It wasn't easy and as a result, Frankie has become a very bitter woman. For a long time, she has been envisioning various ways to get revenge. Suddenly, the answer to her problems comes walking through the door. Frankie is closing up the bar when another vampire walks in and orders a drink. The woman offers Frankie a second chance to go back a...more
The supernatural element: vampir...more
(view spoiler)[ The main character, Frankie, or Francoise as she used to be known, goes back in time to prevent Henri from turning her into a vampire by any means necessary. When she runs into her former self, they merge and she becomes a voice in the back of Francoise head. I found Frankie really annoying for the majority of the book. She was so hung up on her anger she re...more