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Fall from Grace (Resurrection Book 4) by Elizabeth Davies

 
 

October 13, 2016

 

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Title :              Fall from Grace

Author :           Elizabeth Davies

Series :            Resurrection Book 4

Release date :   October 13th 2016

Rating :           4 Stars

 

 

Blurb : Eternal life is far too long when the man you love doesn’t love you. Grace has been resurrected. She’s a vampire, an apex predator who will live for millennia. But that’s the problem; she’s no different to any other vampire. The one thing which fascinated Roman – her ability to time-travel – died when Grace did. As Roman becomes more distant and preoccupied, Grace seeks something or someone to ease her loneliness.

 

Review : Being a book blogger means the most precious time is free time to read. Hence the problem when requested to read a new book but with it being part of a series and in this case already the 4th book.

 

When I was approached by Elizabeth Davies and asked if I would read “Fall from Grace” I was really struggling because no way my tight schedule would leave me with the time to read the first 3 books.

 

But on the other hand I did not want to disappoint the author by declining, because I really liked her writing style when I read “The medium path” … So I did something that I have not done so far …

 

I read the Blurbs of the first 3 books and several reviews of likeminded people on those books to create a picture of the story in my mind. And then I went to work with “Fall from Grace”

 

Interesting enough it was not that bad to start like this. Surely I was missing a lot of background but I understood enough to judge that my first impression on the writing style of Ms. Davies was no wrong.

 

She captivates her readers and even though vampire stories are actually not “my thing” at the moment I found myself thinking what would happen next.

 

I can highly recommend this well written book (and if this book is any indication – even this complete series should be recommendable) so please enjoy

(but please start with the first book… #lol)

 

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