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Reckoning (book 3) Amish Bloodsucker Trilogy
Jael Shetler is the Chosen. Raised in the desert of Nevada and destined to save the Minnesota Loon Lake Amish Community from the evil leadership of the Bishop, a powerful vampire.
In Reckoning, Jael must find a way to destroy the Bishop before he finds a way to destroy her. With new friends and old, she has plenty of help, but time is running out. More
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About Barbara Ellen Brink

Barbara Ellen Brink is a multi-published author, supported financially by a loving husband who just happens to have a better paying job. She is the author of the Fredrickson Winery mysteries, Entangled, Crushed, and Savor. She is also the author of an award winning thriller, Split Sense; inspirational suspense novels; and a young adult series, The Amish Bloodsuckers.
She grew up on a small farm in Washington State, but now lives in the mean “burbs” of Minnesota with her husband and their dogs, Rugby & Willow. With her kids now pushed out of the nest and encouraged to fly, Barbara spends much time writing, motorcycling with her husband in the summer, and hiking through the snow with the dogs in the winter.

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What readers are saying:

"Author Barbara Ellen Brink simply created the freshest, coolest, most fun bend on the YA vampire tale I've read in years. With obvious homage to the original "Buffy, the Vampire Slayer," this riveting, action-packed, vamp-rocking romp is a unique breath of fresh air unlike any of the myriad copy-cat vampire series currently populating the YA section of your average Barnes and Noble--and so much more..." ~~

"I don't normally like vampire books. But this isn't about vampires--it's about a vampire slayer. Not only that, it's captivating, exciting, and well-written!" ~~

"The author writes a compelling action, adventure yarn with an improbable premise: Amish vampires and the Chosen, an Amish girl destined to fight these extraordinary nightmares." ~~

"This book didn't disappoint. It had a strong, tough heroine who struggled between her calling and the desire to just be a normal girl, it had butt-kicking action scenes, and it had the kind of quotable lines we got when Buffy was at her snarky best. It had a thread of wry humor that ran throughout the book and nicely balanced out the drama and suspense that kept me reading late into the night."

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Jaylia3 reviewed on Feb. 9, 2013

I’ve gotten attached to the people and setting of this series, so finishing this last book in the trilogy about Jael, the teenage Amish vampire slayer, was almost as sad as it was satisfying. Ever since her parents’ murders, ordered by the vampire known as the Bishop, Jael has been living with her Amish grandparents in Minnesota, learning their plain and simple ways while awaiting the chance to root out the vampires hidden in their midst and avenge her parents’ deaths. Gabe, Jael’s artistically gifted boyfriend, has started to develop some martial arts abilities of his own, which is a good thing because the Bishop and his vampire underlings have some new tricks up their undead sleeves.

Though Jael’s slayer skills are already strong, she still has lessons to learn. Jael’s determination and overconfidence are putting her loved ones at risk, and when someone she knows begins to transform into a vampire in spite of struggling to resist the change, Jael realizes there are some gray areas in the battle between good and evil.

It’s great to have Jael’s Nevada friends Bree and Shadow back in the story for the grand finale, along with Jael’s globe trotting Uncle Seth. Author Barbara Ellen Brink has balanced Jael’s very serious dedication to her mission with a dash of irreverent teenage humor, which makes it all the harder to have to leave her behind now that her story is over.
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