Review: The Descendant by Kelly Grealis

Book Description

Publication Date: October 17, 2013
Mortal death or eternal damnation? If those were your choices, which would you choose?

Allison Carmichael is frustrated with the doctors who can’t diagnose her seemingly common ailments. Her frustrations are further compounded by her inability to discover her life’s calling, a purpose she desperately desires yet which has eluded her for thirty years. 

A car wreck throws Allison into a life she doesn’t recognize filled with vampires, centuries-old secrets, betrayal, and vengeful enemies she never knew existed.

When Allison discovers the source of her ailments and the truth about her biblical lineage, she wishes she hadn’t searched so hard for the answers she thought she wanted.

Faced with an impossible decision – sacrifice her mortal life or damn her soul for eternity – which will Allison choose? And can she decide before the choice is made for her?

THE DESCENDANT – A Vampire Tale of Biblical Proportions

 

Review: 5 stars

The Descendant was a very well written action packed novel.  It gave a unique twist on the origin of the vampire and vampire “genetics”.  I quite enjoyed every moment I spent reading and found myself missing Alison, Vincent and the others once the story came to an end.  The heroin, Alison, is a very intelligent woman who goes through quite the transition in this novel and I am very excited to see what happens in the next book in the series.  The author does and amazing job putting you in the middle of the action.  She takes you on a roller coaster along with Alison as she grows and changes into the new person and new life that is meant for her.

Get it for Kindle: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008GET9KE/ref=cm_cr_mts_prod_img

 

 

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