Memories of Envy (Vampire Memories #3)
Her hunger... insatiable.
A reluctant vampire, Eleisha Clevon has made a home for herself and other vampires in Portland, Oregon. Despite the risks, she is determined to locate all vampires who still reside in isolation so she can offer them sancturary and, more important, so she can teach them to feed without killing. She is shocked when she lear...more
This is a slick and haunting tale of a woman who is good and just - and another woman,...more
Memories of Envy takes a pretty significant leap forward in comparison to the first book of this series, and it is also stronger in a lot of ways than Hunting Memories.
The greatest part of this book? The villain, Simone. She is so atypical for a villain that you just can't help but be entranced by her; even readers find themselves envious of Simone.
A bulk of this story rests on Simone's shoulders, but she carries it wonderfully. The other charact...more
Eleisha's character in this book was a huge disappointment to me. She's a vampire with a guilt complex a mile long that brings the story to a grinding halt when it's centered on her. She spends so much time weeping and feeling sorry that Robert lost his head to Julia...more
In Memories of Envy Eleisha is still working to locate all the remaining vampires, still in isolation, along with the ever loyal, human w/abilities Wade, the deceptive vamp Phillip, the timid vamp Rose and her ghostly brother Seamus. During their search, they find Simone. She is a wickedly powerful and deeply twisted vamp who will prove that not every vampire in hiding should b...more
A reluctant predator, Eleisha Clevon is determined to locate all vampires still existing in isolation, so she might offer them sanctuary at her home in Portland-and more importantly, so she can teach them to feed without killing. But the beautiful and delicate Simone Stratford doesn't want to be saved.
Made into a vampire in the Roaring Twenties, she enjoys playing her own elaborate games with mortals, stoking their passion for her before finally draining them of their blood. And soon Eleisha a
the book it has a good base and all that but it need it a little more of laugh and life to...more
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Like most writers, I've worked at many jobs in my life, including teaching pre-school until I completed my master's degree in Composition Theory. Between 1993 and 2006, I taught college English while writing fiction on the side, some independently and some with my husband and life-long partner J.C....more
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