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To Kill a Vampire (Captive Souls #1)

4.07 of 5 stars 4.07  ·  rating details  ·  14 ratings  ·  9 reviews
Angelica Gentillini's mundane existence is thrown into chaos the night the darkly alluring Erik Kestler abducts her from a Chicago nightclub, claiming he has come to save her life. In a horrific future where humans are near extinction-bred only for food and other unimaginable torment-Vlad, leader of the vampire race, has ordered her execution before she can write her novel ...more
Paperback, 364 pages
Published November 3rd 2010 by Wild Rose Press
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Paranormal Kiss
3.5 Stars

To Kill a Vampire by Julianna Sage is a different and interesting Vampire story. The vampires themselves are vastly different from ones that we normally read about. It’s part of what makes this tale so engrossing. To Kill a Vampire is the author’s first book and overall she does an excellent job. It’s a complex book about love and the battle between good and evil. The dialog is well written and the story flows smoothly though most of the book. The characters have good depth and are inte
Excellent book. It was refreshing to read a book about vampires that is so different.
Sharron Riddle
Great love story! Not a typical romance.
This is an imaginative twist on both the vampire and the time-travel genres. The plot is intelligent, keeping the reader guessing at each twist and turn yet never able to predict what will happen next. By the time the end approaches, the final surprise takes one completely off guard. However, the problems with the book stem from the very thing that makes it interesting. All the parts that go into creating the whole seems disjointed and don't always flow well together. The reader can become frust ...more
I am going to be unpopular here but I bought this book because of the rave reviews and high rating.

This was a busy, little book. Definitely a vampyre novel with a different perspective. Vampyre and time travel. Inner beasts with names. Oh my! We're not in Kansas anymore, Toto!

I couldn't connect with several characters. Many were not developed at all.

The love scenes were plentiful but a great big yawn for me.

I'm not squeamish ( nurse by profession ) but the gore factor was just on the 'over k
This was a very fast-paced and well-thought-out book. After the first couple chapters it was easy to figure out where you are in time. It was a very imaginative idea to put vampires and time travel together. It sounds a little odd when you read the book description, but it actually works very well in this age of technology. This book goes forward in time instead of backward like most vampire stories. By the time I got to the last few chapters I just couldn't put it down...I had to see how this w ...more
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Sharron Riddle lives on the west coast of Florida. She loves reading almost as much as she does writing. Her bookshelves are filled with classics as well as her favorite modern authors. She wrote her first novel more than 12 years ago. Once she began typing, she never stopped.

Sharron loves all things scary, and shares her love of the macabre in her adult and young adult paranormal adventures.

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