Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Bleeding Hearts (Demimonde 1) by Ash Krafton

Sophie Galen is an advice columnist whose work leaves her neck-deep in other people’s problems. Thanks to her compassion, her gut instinct, and her magnetic charm, Sophie really knows how to attract little black clouds.

Marek Thurzo is no little black cloud; he’s a maelstrom. Marek is Demivampire, a race with the potential to evolve into vampire. A warrior who’s taken his share of spiritual damage, he hovers dangerously close to destruction.

He seeks salvation. She’s driven to save him. But what if he can’t be saved?

Sympathy for his plight becomes true empathy as Sophie’s hidden nature is revealed. Marek suspects she may be one of the Sophia, oracle and redemption of the damned Demivampire. She alone can turn back the evolutionary clock.

All she needs is the courage to face her fears. Can she save him from Falling?

Reviewer: Fashionta
Bleeding Hearts is one of those rare books that fits in multiple genres because of the story and not characters. The storyline is amazing and interesting, Sophie is a newspaper columnist who writes one of those Dear columns and is haunted by the one person she couldn’t help, Patrick.

She's now being stalked by an unknown person who’s aim is to remind her about Patrick.
She meets Marek by chance, when she goes to visit one of her favourite haunts, the University Museum of Archeology and Anthropology, to get away from things and sets off dreams of him and unusual situations but there is a reason for this madness. Marek's a demon and Sophie is his oracle.

Four and half stars to this wonderful book, it's a wonderful combination of chick-lit, paranormal and urban fantasy from this debut author. I love how she maintains the air of mystery as she slowly reveals the whole picture. The use of Egyptian mythology is interesting and something different and something that I enjoyed.

Publisher: Pink Narcissus Press


Kimberly @ Caffeinated Reviewer said...

ooh..this sounds yummy, the cover is creepy..but I like all the genres it falls into. Thanks for sharing your lovely review!

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