Jacy Resendez


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Smashwords book reviews by Jacy Resendez

  • What Kills Me on Sep. 07, 2012

    "This book was amazing. Beautiful told and totally brilliant. Axelia is an awesome character and is so easy to relate to. I love the all characters and found it hard not to feel betrayed, lost and hurt like Axelia. Every great heroine has an equally terrific hero and Lucas is no different. My favorite part had to be the ending, of course, and I enjoyed getting there. A really great book and a must read for any vampire fan!"
  • A Vow of Deception: The Second Vow on Oct. 14, 2012

    Another well written and quick read. It's very easy to get sucked into. This starts the day after Sara returns to face Vincent. She is in for an interesting time, meeting the Sirelords and finding out her fate. It was really fun getting to know Adonis and Jasmine. I was surprised by the twist that Vincent threw into Sara's life. I knew there was a reason for my love-hate feelings for him. I truly hope there is another book, as I really want to learn more about Sara's blood and all the possibilities.
  • A Vow of Fate: The Final Vow on June 16, 2014

    This was a wonderful ending to a terrific series. I was really surpirsed by the major twist in the story. Sara was different and while some saw it as a weakness it was truly a gift. Sara's blood wasn't what made her special, it was her ablity to love unselfishly and unconditionally. I was completely thrown by the ending. I am still in alittle bit of shock. While, I cried because of certain things, it also made me smile because it felt right. I'm actually really pleased with how the series concluded. (Note: I actually give this book 3.5 stars!)
  • A Vow of Tears: The First Vow 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.