Thursday, December 23, 2010

Review: Blood Dawn by J.L. Oiler

Blood Dawn by J.L. Oiler

Publisher: Wild Horse Press
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Heat Rating: 2



Sol had always been different. Different from the humans who surrounded her, her nights are filled with meeting her craving for blood and protecting the residents of her small community from the evil vampires known as the Clage. But even to her own kind she is an anomaly. Her unique ability to walk in the sunlight sets her apart from any of her eleven missing siblings. Despite this, she has built herself a calm and relaxing home, moving about unnoticed among the local community, until the Clage and a breathtakingly gorgeous Nicaean male invade her world.

Now she must battle to reach the sisters she thought were lost, the humans she is sworn to protect, and for the love of the only man who can make her feel complete. Can Sol learn to except her differences and give herself completely over to the breaking of Blood Dawn?

Hunter's Review

I had not read the first book in this series, Blood Dance, but I did not feel at a disadvantage. J. L. Oiler’s writing is smooth and addictive. I immediately identified with Sol as a complex, interesting character who feels different even amongst those who are like her.

I had not read J.L. Oiler before but now I will be reading this authors work whenever I can. Fans of Paranormal Romance will love this book.

4 Tea Cups!

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