Yesterday's Daughter A Book Review
Grace Stone was different, so different that she ensured no one ever got close enough to know how different. As a child growing up in foster care she knew she wasn’t like any other child, but most importantly she knew she didn’t belong.
Lonely and alone she went about her life as careful as possible. Her secret had to remain hidden and no one could ever find out she believed herself to be a vampire. Her striking beauty got plenty of attention from fellow co-workers but she knew she could never, ever let anyone in.
Malachi her soul mate and fearless Guardian of the vampire world knew she was still alive although others including his father tried to persuade him otherwise. He continued to search for his intended and never gave up on ever finding her. His determination and love for her finally paid off as he finally found her and the tale that unfolds thereafter not only proved how perseverance, love and devotion really pays off.
Yesterday’s Daughter, was not only a page turner but proved to be a must read as Sallie Lundy-Frommer weaved a great tale that not only captivated you, but had you anticipating what was coming next. This book focused on vampires, harvesters who thrived on obtaining vampire blood to enhance their own strengths and also mentioned other supernatural beings and werewolves.
As an avid vampire fan I was very delighted to have purchased this book and cannot wait for the sequel as this book was the first published in a series that will surely please all, who like me, love a great romance and dramatic twist.
Yesterday’s Daughter can be purchased via Amazon, Barnes & Noble Bookstores and is also available via Nook, so purchase your copy today as you won't be disappointed and like me will anticipate the release of the books that follow.
Yesterday's Daughter Kindle Edition
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Amazon.com: Yesterday's Daughter eBook: Sallie Lundy-Frommer: Kindle Store
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