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Forever Richard

(Thirsting for Blood #2)

4.10  ·  Rating details ·  20 ratings  ·  8 reviews
A new vampire inhabiting Richard's castle, a stranger with the alleged knife of the Akedah, a malevolent werewolf stalking Ceese, and the impossible-to-kill Dr. Henderson. Now mortal once again, Richard and Ceese thought their troubles were behind them. What will they do when they learn that isn't true? And how will they survive the new evil that threatens to destroy them ...more
Paperback, 308 pages
Published April 11th 2014 by S D Enterpises (first published January 5th 2009)
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Sep 06, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: fans of horror/vampires/werewolves/suspense
Recommended to Katy by: Sue Dent
Shelves: ebook
Synopsis: The saga of redemption and spiritual triumph readers enjoyed in Never Ceese continues in Forever Richard. Cassie Felts, graduate student and reluctant believer of such things as vampires and werewolves, couldn't be happier for Richard and Ceese Porter. Their curses lifted and after hundreds of years apart, they can now celebrate being brother and sister once more. Even Rodney, Cassie's college roommate and former nemesis, shares her relief. But will the faith that saved Richard and Cee ...more
Jan 18, 2009 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A Frank Review of Forever Richard, by Sue Dent
By Frank Creed

Horror newcomer Sue Dent’s 2006 vampire and werewolf novel, Never Ceese, nailed down a few accolades of which you may have heard: short listed for the coveted Bram Stoker award, and named American Christian Fiction Writers book club choice of the month in May of 2007. How does a novelist top that?
By writing a superior sequel. Everyone knows that sequels have a bad reputation for falling short of an original concept. Especially for a ne
Caprice Hokstad
Jan 19, 2009 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I don't normally read horror. My brain is already all-too-capable of coming up with nightmares without any help, thanks. But Sue Dent's books are not your average, garden variety horror either. I was pleasantly surprised by Never Ceese, but Forever Richard is even better.

Do you like vampire books? Forever Richard is chockful of 'em. How about werewolves? Forever Richard has those too. And I'm not talking a token here and there. At least three-fourths of the characters in this book are either 1
Just as with Never Ceese, I enjoyed the overall story but had a hard time getting past the fact that the characters seem juvenile, and the story was overcrowded with minor characters that really didn't add much to it. To me there wasn't enough distinction between them. I had to keep trying to remember which one was which. I also can't figure out why Ceese has fallen for the one she has. There doesn't seem to be much chemistry between the two of them. There was actually more chemistry between Cee ...more
Janna Ryan
Sep 12, 2009 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Aaaah! Finally! I have waited for this book to release since the day I set down "Never Ceese" after finishing it in record time. I have always been a little fascinated by the whole vampire/werewolf stories. Do I believe they exist? No, probably not. Do I think they are fascinating to my imagination because most fiction is steeped in some kernal of fact? Absolutely. My issue has always been that most people consider the whole vampire/werewolf thing to be "evil" and so you shouldn't waste your tim ...more
Christy Lockstein
Forever Richard by Sue Dent is the second book in the Thirsting for Blood series. The first book, Never Ceese, is really required reading to truly enjoy and understand the myriad of characters in this thriller. Ceese, a former werewolf, and Richard, her brother and a former vampire, are thrilled to be rid of their respective curses, but when one of their friends is cursed, they return to Richard's castle in England to save him. A old enemy is waiting for them there and soon joins forces with a m ...more
Sep 04, 2009 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Unfortunately, I was a bit disappointed with this book. Usually, I love a good vampire/warewolf story but I found this one a bit disjointed & hard to follow. Unlike other series I have read, this one didn't have much in the way of a background story and as I hadn't read the first book in the series, Never Ceese, I was confused pretty much the whole way through. Possibly if I read the other books in the series, I might change my views but as it stands, its not for me! ...more
Sep 10, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
In this continuation of the Thirsting for Blood series the journey continues in an exciting revelation of new characters and a back story as to how Richard and company came to be. The story also moves along in this time with dicotomy amoung the new characters and of course it's fateful villian!!When you come to the end of this book you will long for the not yet relased third installment Cyn No More!!
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Sue Dent hails from Mississippi and is the author of Never Ceese and Forever Richard the first two installments in her Thirsting for Blood Series. Her debut novel Never Ceese appeared on the 2007 preliminary ballot for a Bram Stoker Award. Her second book in her Thirsting for Blood Series, Forever Richard, made the 2010 long-list at the British Fantasy Society.
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