Sacred Blood

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Battered and frightened, Juliette St. Claire flees from near-death at the crushing hands of her boyfriend, to find her closest friend, Tristan Larocque, only to discover he has kept a vital secret about his identity. More
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About Alys B. Cohen

Alys started writing as a young child. From picture books to novellas to fan fiction on a then-state-of-the-art IBM, if it involved writing, Alys wanted to do it. Always an avid reader, early literature favorites include Nancy Drew stories and the poetry of Edgar Allen Poe.

At the age of 12, Alys began participating in poetry readings. At 17, she penned her first full-length book, an inspirational non-fiction on living life with a severe illness. No publication attempt has been made with it.

For several years, Alys wrote short stories and poetry, eventually becoming involved with a part of the San Francisco poetry slam scene.

In 2011, a new story began to take form in Alys's head. By September 2012, the iron was too hot to not strike. So she went to the living room, fired up her laptop, and within 30 days, had finished her first fiction novel's first draft. She had finished the second in the trilogy by the end of the year.

A native of California, Alys currently calls Vancouver, Washington, home.

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Review by: dorothymathewson3432 on Dec. 25, 2017 :
I realycould relate to this story in the begining. But at the I didn't see coming
The stoty had a lot of action in it never a boring moment. It is a good story keep it up cohen. I'm looking for your next book.
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Review by: SprinklesonTop on July 13, 2014 :
I didn't know what to think of another paranormal book, but this one is great. Every time I thought I knew where the story was going, Cohen twisted it right through the end. I was really rooting for Juliette. I only rooted for Bella to be eaten by James, but wanted Juliette to come out on top happy. The book end on a bittersweet note, but the epilogue gave just a small look at what happened next. I already downloaded the next book on Amazon. I bought this one there a few days ago, then saw it free here now. Oh well. Glad to support an indie author.
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