Reining In

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
A network of talented individuals has been gathered for one purpose: to protect Khalida, a 5,000 year old vampire. Their job is to make sure she remains undetected to the human world. But when she lands herself into a world of trouble, the tables will be turned and she will have to protect them. The choices she will have to make could very easily cost her everything.

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About Dawn Judd

Dawn Judd was born and raised in South Dakota. Although she has traveled the country and finally settled down in Kansas, her heart still belongs to SD.

The first two books in her vampire series, Reining In and Phantom Rising are currently available. The third book, Bloodlines, is expected to be released in early 2014 along with her stand-alone book, Naree Pon.

Dawn loves writing, artwork and photography. For more information on her writing and artwork, visit www.dawnjudd.net

Reviews

Review by: Imogen Rose on June 03, 2010 :
An Engaging Vampire Story

REINING IN is an entertaining vampire story about love, romance and friendship. The story is seen through the eyes of Khalida, a five-thousand-year-old vampire stuck in a nineteen-year-old's body. Imagine five thousand years on earth; then imagine being hunted for all that time by another vampire. Khalida has not had an easy time, but here in the 21st century, she has managed to find some stability by setting up a group of hand-selected individuals to protect her. However, an unfortunate event unscrambles her carefully constructed network and she is forced to make some hard decisions.

I was immediately drawn into Author Dawn Judd's story. The story is delivered in the engaging voice of Khalida. This is a fast paced story with well-fleshed characters. There is never a dull moment. This story will appeal to teens and adults alike. The story ends leaving the reader wanting more. I can't wait to read the sequel, FINDING HOPE!

Thank you for a wonderful story.

Imogen Rose
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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