Fenton: The Loneliest Vampire (Lost Realm #1.5)

Adult
Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Revised and Expanded 2012.

One man's quest for companionship, in a world obsessed with sex.

It's not that Fenton doesn't love - he does, fiercely - but it's never enough. He doesn't understand the desires that move other men. That's why Kali chose him. Kali knows that the blood is everything: the only desire. And he intends to teach Fenton that, too. More

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Published by Croft House
Words: 9,290
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466047204
About Kate Aaron

Kate Aaron lives in Cheshire, England with two dogs who won't behave, a parrot that won't talk and a bearded dragon named Elvis.

She has the best of friends, the worst of enemies, and a mischievous muse with a passion for storytelling that doesn't know the difference between fact and fiction.

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Reviews

Review by: Eric F on June 26, 2012 :
I don't read vampire books. I lie - I've ploughed through Mary Shelley, and about two and a half of Anne Rice's huge tomes, but they get wearying. I don't share that fashion amongst teenage girls for vampires, werewolves and imagined sex.

It was the picture that the title of this book conjured up that was irresistible = I didn't even read the blurb before downloading it.

"Fenton" is the perfect, pure vampire story - stripped of everything unnecessary or distracting, and although it was short read, it was immensely satisfying and complete. Beautifully written too.
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Review by: Jessa Callaver on Nov. 15, 2011 :
Wonderfully, artfully written. Kate Aaron is a talent. A vivid writer. Well done!
(review of free book)

Review by: Benjamin Goshko on July 21, 2011 :
Though I'm not normally a fan of vampire stories, I liked this one very much. It was a story of loss and heartache. The setting and scenery were meticulously described, so much so, that at times, it felt like I was there with the characters. Although the timeline was a tad confusing, the story had a natural flow, read quickly, and had a satisfying, unexpected end. I really felt for Fenton. A four-star fun read.
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