Finding His Eden
Eden Haversham has just turned twenty-five and the mysterious benefactor who ensured he could afford to attend university has requested they meet. Maybe it wasn't the smartest idea to turn up at the bar, alone and without informing anyone, but Eden needed know who the man was. What he hadn't expected was the man who sat down next to him; devilishly handsome and claiming to...more
I !kids this story. However it needed more details. Details are good it help to make a story more solid. Certain parts of the story lacked details and felt hurried. Alright waited for Eden the build up was okay but then everything after was rushed. I really like vampire stories and this would be a good one but just had a few too many holes.
How on earth was this published? Was there no editor. The saving grace is that I only paid just over a dollar for this. This book came off as careless and slap stick.
The worst book I have read this year. Kind of ironic after I read "thrown of the ice" which was my ...more
This was a fun setting, with an interesting twist in the typical vampire trope. I liked that Eden didn't spend an outrageous amount of time bemoaning a fate that he had already decided to accept. Alric really should have had more faith in Eden as well as in the Fates. But the thing that I'm most curious about is: will we find out why Eden is so different from the typical dhampyre?
I've read many books about vampires, I find it amazing the different ways a human can and cannot be turned. But, in this story it only takes having sex a certain amount of times, and they become a dhampyre. Anyway, I enjoyed the first book in this series, and I'm looking forward to reading the next book about Albie.