What if courage was your only option?
When Kallie lands a college interview with the city's new hot-shot police officer, she has no idea everything in her life is about to change. The detective is young, handsome and seems to have an unnatural ability to stop the increasing local crime rate. Detective Liam's particular interest in Kallie sends her heart and head stumbling over each other.
When a raging blood feud between vampires spills into her home, Kallie gets caught in the middle. Torn between love and family loyalty she must find the courage to fight what she fears the most and possibly risk everything, even if it means dying for those she loves.
Fall in love with immortar vampires and werewolves in this paranormal fantasy series.
Blood Red Series:
Courage Runs Red
Marked by Courage
The Other side of Fear
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A huge May fan but...
I’ve read a lot of this author’s work and I typically love her stuff, but this book(version) has too many errors to overlook. It seems like there might have been full sections edited out which really messes with the plot progression and character development.
I do enjoy her characters and the storyline, though, regardless!
Novel Is All From Kallie’s View Point
Only the view point of Kallie is considered.
The novel did not express her father’s feelings ( who was turned into a Red Blood Vampire and every full moon , he is drained of his blood and beaten by other Red Blood Vampires, surely he has strong feelings about his situation, her Mother who is a nurse and still loves her husband, although he is now a Vampire, Liam, who is a police detective and a Blue Blood Vampire, who supposedly is in love with Kallie and Caleb, who is also a Red Blood Vampire, who supposedly cares for Kallie and saved her life on the night of the accident, when her father was turned. It’s all one sided. Basically the novel is about what Kallie feels and thinks. IT WAS AN EXTREMELY BORING NOVEL FOR ME.
Half a story is not a complete book
There isn’t enough plot in this book to fill a short story. This is a blurb drawn out to novelette length.
She writes well, but she didn’t say anything.