Monday, April 1, 2013


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The old saying goes, “The ends justify the means”...
For vampire Miranda Dandridge, using her supernatural abilities to rescue children from impossible circumstances is her means to be a part of the human world that she loves so much, despite the atrocities of WWII.
For doctor Ben Gongliewski, saving his fellow Jews from the horrific death camps is an end for which he risks his own life every day, hiding his Jewish heritage while feigning loyalty the SS.
Neither Miranda nor Ben expects to find love in World War II Europe, but that is exactly what happens as they work for the Resistance. When the war draws to a close, it seems like the vampire and the doctor are free to start a future together. Yet the two forget just how far the Nazis will go to further their own evil ends.
Desperate times make for ruthless men as loves and lives are threatened, but, Miranda and Ben know that their world cannot go to hell, not by any means


****This book was part of a blog tour, I received a copy for my honest review***
This book is set during WWII Miranda and her small group of friends have been helping to rescue children, on one of the nights Ben and Mirandas paths cross and it changes everything for the two of them. This book is wonderfully written, you can tell the author put a lot of time and research into every aspect of it. This book is not the your average paranormal romance book, the issues it deals with are real and relevant. The question of what is evil, something you are born as or is it something that you become? Mankind in this book show that true evil is something you become, while the paranormal creatures in this book are not all light and fluffy, they are not evil. The way this book was written just blows my mind, the author has the characters jumping of the pages and the utter helplessness of some of the situations had me in tears. Again I have to mention the amount of research that went into this book, it takes real life events and bends them just the tiniest bit by adding some supernatural elements and making them seem real. While I am not normally into WWII books, I really enjoyed this one. Release is a great book, anybody looking for a book with substance and depth should read this one. 


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  1. Vamp story set in WWII... what an interesting concept!

  2. Definitely NOT your usual vampire tale. I loved this book!