Fenton: The Loneliest Vampire (Lost Realm #1.5)

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

Born in Liverpool, Kate Aaron lives in Cheshire, England, with two dogs, a parrot, and a bearded dragon named Elvis.

She holds a BA (Hons) in English Language and Literature, and an MA in Gender, Sexuality and Culture, and is an outspoken advocate for equal rights. When not hitting the campaign trail or doting slavishly on Elvis, she does what she does best – writes about men in love.

Kate is engaged to award winning author AJ Rose, and together they plan to take over the world.

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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.
(review of free book)

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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