I don’t think I’ll ever finish reading vampires. Twilight and True Blood reached their peak during my teen years and we all know that at that age, obsession doesn’t go away quietly.
That’s probably the reason that my upcoming novel Valkyrie Cursed also involves vampires. I love complicated anti-hero types who can – and will – fall in love with an unsuspecting ordinary protagonist. Or in the case of Valkyrie Cursed, a rogue curse-breaking valkyrie who has just lost her licence.
This isn’t self-promotion, I’m just 9 chapters in and I’m super excited to write it! (OK, maybe it is a little, watch this space!)
When I know I’ve got another vampire book to read, I get a nostalgic thrill. But when I’ve already read the first two books in the series and loved them, it’s even better.
“Not even the most cunning vampire can outsmart his way toward Ascension.
The dome city is complete, and a new society must be established. An impenetrable wall separates the districts. The division between factions of humans and vampires is drawn. Slavery, blood, and power are the only objectives in a fascist world.
With the radical changes underway, Jett, a rebel vampire with a secret goal to find a cure for the V-Virus is forced to make life-altering choices when his overlord announces plans to claim his daughter as the first ever vampire queen.”
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I read and reviewed books one and two in Kim Petersen’s series earlier this year and they are amazing. Blood Legend: Undead and Blood Legend: Rebirth both have reviews on The Secret Library and if you check them out, you’ll see just what I thought of them.
Needless to say, I’m certain that Blood Legend: Ascension will be just as great a read, if not better. Hopefully I can get stuck in after Christmas and carry on Jett’s story.
Thanks for reading! Did you know I also write urban fantasy books? Check them out here!