Kingwood, TX (PRWEB) August 17, 2012
In this first novel of a forthcoming series, author Carol Barnhill delivers a dynamic and powerfully captivating story of two lovers. In her gripping novel, Blood-borne, the saga of two lovers begins and heightens to a peak as the story unfolds.
When young researcher, Alexandra McCleod and modern day vampire, Dr. Paul Geraud fall in love, their struggle to survive together finds them dangerously tethering back and forth between a world of humans and the paranormal. Page by page, the story entrances the reader, quickly drawing them deeper into a world of forbidden passion, terror and riveting suspense. Through highly stimulating emotional yet realistic experiences, the reader finds themselves addictively enmeshed in the mesmerizing power of this vampire romance.
“the clash between vampire and human worlds is portrayed with realism and logic that transcends the typical vampire romance.” Kirkus Indie.
Rated 5 *****
This book will be featured in the 2012 Book Expo America in New York City on June 5-8, 2012.
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About the Author
Carol Barnhill received her bachelor’s degree in science from the University of West Florida and completed a doctorate in 2010. A nurse for many years, her experiences, coupled with her travels throughout the United States, Europe and the Far East, provide her with a vast repertoire of diverse cultural and geographic experiences evident in her writing. Her quick wit and humor is an added spice to this novel, which draws it’s setting from the rich culture and history of New Orleans.
Blood-borne * by Carol Barnhill
Publication Date: April 12, 2011
Trade Paperback: $23.99; 471 pages; 978-1-4568-9627-0
Trade Hardback: $34.99; 471 pages; 978-1-4568-9628-7
ebook: $9.99; 978-1-4568-9629-4
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