What a great story. I was a little frustrated with all the 'I will, you are, I am...'s There were so many that I started to put them together as I read, 'I'll, you're, I'm...'. Other than that, it was great.
I'm glad I didn't pay for this book. I absolutely love vampire stories, but this one is a bit much to take. I only finished the first book, and only because I wanted some resolution to the story. The book takes place in 1895 and the vampires are impregnating hundreds of human women with their babies. Not a single woman survives the birth. I'm surprised that they didn't run out of child bearing women by the end of the first story! And then they started talking about DNA... They also got into fights for the dumbest reasons! I could go on, but suffice it to say, this book was a disappointment to me.
Basically a great story. But there are so many misspelled words and grammatical errors that it detracts from being able to enjoy this book! The story will flow so much better if these problems are fixed. There's an awful lot of choking and being slammed into walls. You'd think that
with all of the magical gifts these characters have, they'd be able to come up with some more creative options. I would like to read the next book just to see if the author has taken any steps to improve her work. If I see the word 'wiped' spelled 'whipped' again, I would delete the book and feel sad that this writer didn't feel that her work was worth improving upon.