The Blood King

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War was cruelty, cruelty was war. Sacrifices must be made by both sides.

He didn't have to like it. But his first taste of her blood made it clear to him she wasn’t just a sacrifice. She was his destined mate...and queen of his people.

Now he would have to convince her of that...

(First in the Dardanos Paranormal Romance series) More
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Words: 17,200
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466119239
About Calle J. Brookes

Who is Calle Jaye Brookes?

Calle Jay is fun, playful, ironic, professional and sophisticated. She’s super-educated in the field of fiction and would spend most of her time walking around in “Book World” (or”eBook World”).

Does she have slight control freak tendencies? Yep. Why else would she chose to self-publish?

In her day job she gets to read romance novels. In her night job she gets to write them!

Her favorite color is bold purple. She likes rock like Kid Rock, Shinedown, and Nickelback. Add in a bit of Anastacia and Adelle, too.

She collects rocks. Watches crime dramas. Abhors Lifetime Movies and Titanic (especially Leo…) and refuses to read or write about sparkly teen vampires.

She’s married to a cop she strongly suspects is a vampire. They’ve made vampire babies, too.

They live in Indiana with their vampire relatives and their vampire dogs.

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Review by: Merissa Sheppard on July 08, 2016 :
If you want to dip your toe into the world of Calle J Brookes and see if her world of the Dardanos vampires is for you, then why not try this free short story? Yes it is a short story but it introduces a wealth of characters and background which has left me wanting more (surely the idea of a short story??).

There are enough reviews that dissect the story so I won't do that but I will just say that I really liked this story and definitely want to read more of the author's work.

Merissa
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