Tuesday, September 20, 2011

The BSP Tour Reviews of Golden Healer, Dark Enchantress and Tears of a Vampire Prince by Christine E. Schulze


Paperback, 132 pages
Published January 6th 2010 by Writers Exchange E-Publishing
ISBN 1921636424 (ISBN13: 9781921636424)
primary language English
series The Amielian Legacy: The Stregony Sequence #1

Books courtesy of Christine Schulze and The Bookish Snob Promotions


Goodreads Summary:
He leaned his head close to my ear and whispered, "Are you afraid?"

Chrystine had had more reason than any other time of her life, even when facing one of the rampages of her drunken father. But she wasn't afraid. And that was odd, because although Aaryn, the person asking her that question, was her best friend, he was also a vampire. In fact, she was surrounded by hundreds of vampires.

But they weren't your typical vampires. They were Stregoni Benefici, the good kind. Nor was Chrystine your typical elf. She was the Golden Healer, and she alone could save the Stregoni Benefici from the Dark Enchantress. But can Chrystine figure out the Dark Enchantress' secret and defeat the evil vampires without destroying the good ones as well, without destroying Aaryn? Can Chrystine unravel the dark secret Aaryn keeps so carefully guarded and show him that by choosing to serve good instead of evil, he is still capable of being loved and his past is forgiven?

Find out as you read for yourself the story of the first vampire.


Format: Kindle Edition
File Size: 129 KB
Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1937004090
Publisher: Old Line Publishing (December 3, 2010)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
Language: English
ASIN: B004HKJ6V8
Lending: Enabled


Amazon Summary:
his short but powerful novella chronicles the early life of Aaryn, who, in mourning after the recent death of his wife, Chrystine, reflects upon the girl whose name and healing nature made him fall in love with that wife at their first meeting—the other Krystine, his first love, a lovely, innocent, child-like Veela. In remembering her, he recounts his early ventures—how he became the very first vampire; how he protected Krystine from the lusts of the Princes of Night and struggled to protect her from himself; how he was forcibly drug into a mission in search for the One who could overthrow the evil of the Enchantress who created him—and how all these tales and misadventures weave together to tell the story of a love so beautiful and yet sorrowful, brimming with both hope and hopelessness. A tale of mystery, adventure, and passion, Aaryn’s story echoes the unbreakable love and eternal bond between two immortals. Truly, this is the saddest vampire tale ever told.

Reviews:
Golden Healer, Dark Enchantress

This was a very interesting take on vampires,with a mixture of elves which I admit I haven't read too many books about. Chrystine's relationship with her dad broke my heart wish could have seen that resolved but sometimes I guess it can't always be happy endings for everything.

What I liked was Chrystine's relationships with her friends, they were truly there for her when she needed them and I thought it was cute she would blush when around Aaryn, I wondered though at first why weren't they together considering it seemed that he cared for her as well.

If you are looking for something new and different, check this book out. I am glad I did.

Tears of a Vampire Prince

I am not to sure about this one while I did enjoy this book I was a bit confused with the back and for between now and in the past as well the fact that Crystine died when did this happen am I missing a part somewhere. I might have to do a reread to see if I did miss something.

It was nice to find out a bit about Aaryn's past and the first Christine whom he had been in love with and how their relationship came to pass.

I am rating it a 3 stars for the fact I did like it and it effected me emotionally.






Ratings:
Golden Healer, Dark Enchantress


Tears of a Vampire Prince

2 comments:

Pepca said...

This series sounds interesting. Thanks for the reviews!

CowboyandVampire said...

Vampires and elves is definitely an intriguing combination.

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