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Vampire in the Scrying Glass (Blautsaugers of Amber Heights, #2)
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Second Novel > REVIEWS NEEDED - willing to exchange reviews

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R.E. Mullins (remullins) | 17 comments Rafe Blautsauger, vampire and enforcer, must put his feelings for the mortal
Morgan Maquire aside. The Nosferatu council who employs Rafe strictly forbids
their love. But he can't stay away from the beautiful woman who causes his blood
to beat with new life.Yet, she hides a secret, one he must expose in order to
protect her.

Morgan keeps her unique gift of magic under wraps due to a spell gone horribly
wrong when she was young. She is haunted by a nightmare where two malevolent
glowing red eyes stalk her. Can she trust the arrogant but oh-so-handsome Rafe
with her secret as well as her heart? Can he help her regain her power in
time to save the world of the living and the undead?

This is the second novel in a series of 4. Most feel it works as a standalone. Stories are interwoven but feature different members of a vampire family.
If interested I will provide the first to review also. These are not your typical dark vampires but very human-like.

If interested in reviewing or exchanging reviews please contact Put review in subject line. I'm also willing to host your book on my blog:

message 2: by Barb (new)

Barb McKinley (36021416-barbmckinley) | 27 comments Hello R.E.,

I'm game. I would request that you send each book in the series as I don't feel I can do an honest review otherwise.

My email:
I read in the mobi format.


R.E. Mullins (remullins) | 17 comments Thanks, Barb
I've contacted you offline.


message 4: by Len (new)

Len | 28 comments As I said yesterday, I look forward to reviewing sci fi and fantasy. I also mentioned that I wanted to see an elevator pitch about the novel. Commonly, elevator pitches are no more than two sentences and are less than 35 words. No back story. No explanations. The shorter, the sweeter.

C.D. Gorri (cdgorri) | 23 comments Sent you an email

C.D. Gorri (cdgorri) | 23 comments Sent you an email

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