The Blood Queen (The Lamia Race) By S.J. Bach

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    Excellent read

    I enjoyed how the story pulled you in as if you were actually there. I can't wait to start reading book 2. The Blood Queen (The Lamia Race) Well developed characters, plot and scenes. A very enjoyable reading experience. The Blood Queen (The Lamia Race)

    My biggest complaint was how Olivia claimed to be mature for her age but at times she acted like a two year old and it was very annoying. But overall not a bad read. The Blood Queen (The Lamia Race) The Blood Queen
    by S. J. Bach, Rebecca Burcham (Editor)

    Synopsis from Goodreads:

    16 year old Olivia McCall desperately wants to protect her mother from the mental illness, which threatens her life and leaves them at risk of being separated. She now is confronted by another type of danger that not even the best of law enforcement can protect them from. Olivia's mother is taken and Olivia is forced to flee for her life. Unfortunately, she runs right into the arms of a man that belongs in the pages of a horror novel.

    Olivia struggles with reality when it appears she has become a character in just another vampire novel. She soon discovers that not everything is exactly as it seems. She encounters a group of perpetual beings almost as old as the human race, but on the verge of certain extinction. The power they face is so perilous it may very well lead to the destruction of all living beings on earth. This extraordinary power cannot be defeated without the blood of the ancient ones.

    The dilemma is they no longer exist...

    This was a very enjoyable read for me. There were ancient sociopaths, modern day mobsters, as well as a different take on the vampire race and witches. While Olivia is only 16 at the beginning of this book she has had the responsibility of caring for her mother, which has left her emotionally much older than years. There is a lot of action to keep the adrenalin junkies going, as well as a tears to touch your heart. One of the most enjoyable experiences is the humor. There were times when I was laughing out-loud and had to share what was going on with those around me and there is always something being lost in translation resulting in chuckles and was wonderfully written. There is a mystery that will unfold throughout the book and the resolution is very satisfying. I would recommend this read to anyone with an interest in this genre it was a very pleasurable and different read. The Blood Queen (The Lamia Race)

    16 year old Olivia McCall desperately wants to protect her mother from the mental illness, which threatens her life and leaves them at risk of being separated. She now is confronted by another type of danger that not even the best of law enforcement can protect them from. Olivia's mother is taken and Olivia is forced to flee for her life. Unfortunately, she runs right into the arms of a man that belongs in the pages of a horror novel.

    Olivia struggles with reality when it appears she has become a character in just another vampire novel. She soon discovers that not everything is exactly as it seems. She encounters a group of perpetual beings almost as old as the human race, but on the verge of certain extinction. The power they face is so perilous it may very well lead to the destruction of all living beings on earth. This extraordinary power cannot be defeated without the blood of the ancient ones.

    The dilemma is they no longer exist... The Blood Queen (The Lamia Race)