Publisher Description

A vampire unlike any other, Prophecy lives life in the dark until the night she encounters a sensual dark-haired vampire who is both her enemy and the man who will change her world forever.


A loyal hunter for the Aurorea bloodline, Valentine is bound by duty to report her as the vampire of the prophecy, but he cannot shake the vision of them he saw in her blood. Torn between duty and desire, and determined to uncover the truth, Valentine goes against his order to execute her and kidnaps the beautiful Caelestis female instead.


Thrust into a terrifying world where the seven bloodlines and the Law Keepers are hunting her and her only hope for survival is Valentine, Prophecy battles her temptation to surrender to her illicit attraction to him and fights for her future.


When she discovers her extraordinary destiny, will she be strong enough to embrace it and stop a deadly war from igniting?


The first novel in the Vampires Realm series and the best selling Prophecy Trilogy, Prophecy: Child of Light, is part one in an epic tale of forbidden love that is sure to capture your heart and leave you craving more.


Books in the Vampires Realm Romance Series:

Prophecy: Child of Light

Prophecy: Caelestis and Aurorea

Prophecy: Dark Moon Rising

Spellbound

Reunion

Seventh Circle

Winter's Kiss

Hunter's Moon

Masquerade

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2012
August 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
573
Pages
PUBLISHER
Felicity Heaton
SIZE
1
MB

Customer Reviews

cra2ycatlady69 ,

Prophecy child of light

Brilliant

Loopylisayoung ,

Love it

This is a great twist to vampire books. I have read a lot of vampire books and this one was one I couldn't put down. Can't wait to read the next one

Chimpmum ,

Repetitive & long winded.

There's an interesting story in here but it is buried underneath a lot of boring and repetitive description and narration. The author keeps writing that Valentine had given up everything for her. Yes, we know, it's in every chapter. The writer drags out the blossoming relationship and loses the reader's interest along the way. The writer also keeps using the descriptions 'she / he frowned' and 'her / his brow furrowed.' Please, use a wider range of vocabulary. I never finished this book - I read 1170 pages out of 1849 and realised I was disinterested and forcing myself to get to the end. Why? I didn't care about any of it anymore. Tips: speed up and get some new words.

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