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Fallen Tears

(Blood Crave #1.5)

4.42  ·  Rating details ·  19 ratings  ·  11 reviews
We left off from Dahlia with only a name--a name that is the next piece to the puzzle. A name that will eventually, "lead us to him." But before we delve into the continuation of the Blood Crave Series, let's answer the question that's been on all our minds.

Who is Rowan?

This 21,000 word novella answers that question, and of how Rowan has come to know the vampire with pitch
Kindle Edition, 75 pages
Published January 25th 2013 by Christina Channelle
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Lauren (Northern Plunder)
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Oh welp. So I reviewed Dahlia a few days ago, which is the first in this series, and Fallen Tears in the following novella which is kind of a teaser for the sequel and oh my god. I kind of just wished that this is the book that introduced us to the world, rather than Dahlia's story. I felt Rowan's story had so much more life too it! I mean yes I enjoyed the previous book but I just felt this was a
Carrie (Book Fairy) Fort
Dec 01, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: blood-crave
Favorite Lines “I think I’ve loved you since I first met you. When you saved me from my life and all the pain I was feeling.” She shrugged unapologetically. “Only now I’ve realized it.”

“I know you feel like you have no one right now. And I know you’ve just met me. But if you like, you have me.”

This is why I love paranormal books! This was a great addition to an amazing series! Kaji took Rowan in when she was a frightened little girl and so alone! Rowan gave Kaji a reason to exist! Then are leadi
From the moment Rowan is introduced, a child alone, she demonstrates her strength of personality in an otherwise bleak world. Taken in by a mysterious man, she is allowed to be a child again, accepting what he is because he accepts her. And who or what is Kaji? Is he really lamia, as he claims, preferring the actual name to the term 'vampire.' Years pass and Rowan grows up under Kaji's care and supervision. But when Rowan gets her first job, on her very first night working, something happens tha ...more
Mar 02, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: young-adult
You know what I love and hate about novellas? It's like the author is just dangling the characters in front of your face without giving you anything substantial to really dig into. I swear they were created to make me more impatient than I already am. The evil minds of authors are ganging up against me by creating so many amazing novellas that make me even more addicted to their series.

Now, I am done whining like a child. Well mostly. My review is going to be short and sweet just like the book
Kelly (Diva Booknerd)
Aug 02, 2013 rated it it was amazing
4.5 Stars
The mean streets were no place for orphaned, twelve year old Rowan Miller. For the past three months, Rowan has lived on the streets since her alcoholic father's passing, having never known her mother, who passed when Rowan was an infant.

Seeking shelter under a bridge in the dead of night, Rowan is approached by a tall, almost brooding man in his twenties, and although startled, she immediately feel that this man means her no harm. His presence a
Dec 10, 2013 rated it really liked it
This is a more emotional book that tells the story of an orphaned girl who is found by a Lamia. This is the start of Rowan's story. From when she was found by Kaji, right through to how she was left with the Cross family; a family of Fallen Angels who have helped to keep the remaining few Lamia concealed from the Fallen Angels.

This novella is beautifully written and emotionally charged. I was drawn into this dark novella very quickly. I was impressed by how much was covered in such a small amoun
Jan 29, 2013 rated it liked it
Fallen Tears is sort of a side story/prequel to the 2nd book about one of the upcoming characters in the series, Rowan.
I liked this book more than the first I think. Rowan is very different from Dahlia in personality, though they both don't have their parents. This is a good sized novella and a very quick read. I liked seeing who this Rowan character is. She has a very tragic story, and you really start to feel for her and wish things had gone better.
What kept me from giving it more stars was R
Liz Terek
Mar 19, 2013 rated it liked it
Aptly named, ‘Fallen Tears’ is an emotional book. As appears customary in vampire tales, we begin with a forgotten child.
Twelve year old Rowan Miller is found by mystery man, Kaji. Rescuing her from a runaway’s life, Kaji raises the orphaned Rowan. Fast forward 7 years. Nineteen year old Rowan has an unfortunate encounter with a lapsus or fallen angel. To save her, Kaji must make her a vampire life him. Now they’re technically equals. What will become of this once parent-childlike relationship
Mar 04, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Shelves: my-books
I really enjoyed writing this novella. It brings you into the past and introduces you to new characters that will each play a vital role in the upcoming books in the Blood Crave series. I hope you enjoy! :)
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May 15, 2014 rated it it was amazing
A very enjoyable vampire themed fantasy novella written by Christina
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Christina Channelle is the author of Young Adult and New Adult Fiction, her series including Four Letters and Blood Crave. She's happily addicted to coffee, the colour green, and Netflix. She's also partial to writing about angsty girls who may or may not have a potty mouth.

Christina was born and raised in the Greater Toronto Area, graduating with both Bachelor of Arts and Doctorate degrees. She

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Blood Crave (3 books)
  • Dahlia (Blood Crave, #1)
  • Rowan (Blood Crave, #2)
  • Sage (Blood Crave, #3)