Aleron

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Greenleaf Book Group, 2012 - Fiction - 264 pages
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"When Aleron accepts the gift of immortality from queen vampire Mynea, a blasphemy is born--to mankind and vampires alike. Having gone against the ancient creed forbidding the creation of male vampires, Mynea must hide Aleron for centuries, concealing him from the reigning vampire, Vlad, and his clan. As Aleron adapts to his unusual limitations, astonishing new abilities, and an insatiable lust for blood--the sweetest nectar of all--he and Mynea bring others into their fold, creating a coven. But when Mynea suddenly disappears, Aleron's blissful ever after begins to crumble. In his search for Mynea, he begins to piece together his own vampiric origins through the blood memories of others--and both trails lead to Vlad. Suddenly, Aleron's own immortality is threatened" -- Cover verso.
 

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Aleron was very well-written with unique vampire lore and ideas that fascinated. And while I was reveling in said characteristics, this book really felt like a stand alone novel to me. I don't really ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
9
Section 3
19
Section 4
31
Section 5
37
Section 6
47
Section 7
59
Section 8
67
Section 19
149
Section 20
157
Section 21
165
Section 22
173
Section 23
179
Section 24
185
Section 25
193
Section 26
203

Section 9
73
Section 10
79
Section 11
85
Section 12
87
Section 13
103
Section 14
111
Section 15
119
Section 16
129
Section 17
137
Section 18
143
Section 27
207
Section 28
213
Section 29
217
Section 30
229
Section 31
237
Section 32
245
Section 33
257
Section 34
263
Section 35
265
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About the author (2012)

Kane has been interested in fantastical creatures for as long as he can remember. His fascination with the paranormal grew as he studied witches, warlocks, and werewolves. Finally, he sank his teeth into the world of the vampire. Aleron is his first of five novels that detail the challenges of being immortal.

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