A Vow of Tears: The First Vow

Rated 2.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Ten years ago, Sara buried her husband and father.

Last month, she buried her mother.

Two weeks ago, her only child was kidnapped and she was left for dead.

Today, Sara found out that she is a vampire.
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Words: 51,080
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301583652
Tags: vampire
About Jill H. O'Bones

Jill writes in many different genres, including fantasy, paranormal, science fiction, and horror; but she also likes to add a little romance within.
She has always had a love for books, both reading and writing. So when she's not writing or spending time with her family in rural Iowa, you can find her, and probably one of her cats, behind a book.

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Review by: chucklesthescot on Oct. 29, 2014 :
This book was so slow that I felt as if it was going backwards. In the present Sara is being told that she is a vampire and the couple who have her are torn between helping her and killing her. This features Sara crying a lot, the female quizzing her about her human emotions and feeding habits several times and the man trying to kill her every two seconds.

Then we have long chapters showing how Sara met her husband Matt, how she and nasty sister Robin have never got on with each other, Robin cheating her out of her inheritance, her mum's wake, the day Matt died and so on. It was boring! I didn't really care to see Sara and Robin at the theme park following two guys for hours or Robin sulking that the guy she wants fancies her younger sister or her countless jealous rants. There was way too much back story and not enough dealing with the main story that I downloaded it for.

Got bored and went to find something else to read instead.
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Review by: Jacy Resendez on June 16, 2014 :
I really enjoyed reading this book. It was a quick read. It's the story of what a mother is willing to do for her child. As a mom, I could really relate to Sara and found the story very believable from that perspective. I love the characters and there is something about Vincent that just makes me want to scream and run for the hills, both from joy and fright. Sara is an interesting creation and is a great basis for a terrific heroin. The ending appears to be setting up a series and I am very interested in seeing where this goes.
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Review by: Random Femme on Nov. 02, 2012 :
Be warned...this author hates Christians and Christianity so the view of them is pretty heinous. Good writing style and plot lines are easy to follow. I enjoyed the jumps to her past to explain her story and I think the author did a good job of it. Usually it comes off as lame but this writer made it a very interesting story line.
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