Monday, August 11, 2014

The Virgin Witch and the Vampire King by Trinity Blacio



Title: The Virgin Witch & The Vampire King
Series: The Virgin Witch & The Vampire King, 1
Author: Trinity Blacio
Publisher: Riverdale Ave. Books
Genre and Pairing:Paranormal and M/F
Page Count: 10 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
The virgin witch Beth has hidden all her life, afraid to unleash her powers and draw attention to herself. Her parents are dead, even though her father still has a tendency to annoy her. Beth’s only friend and confident, Nora, goes missing. But no one cares or will even help her.
A week before Halloween, Edward, the Vampire King, discovers a prophecy that states he must find his mate and join their souls...if he even has one. Edward must now find his missing secretary, Nora, and his intended mate.
War threatens to break out between all races. Only the marriage of Beth and Edward can end the threat.
Is there time to rescue their friend and fulfill their destiny before midnight on All Hallow’s Eve?




Review
The Virgin Witch & The Vampire King by Trinity Blacio is the beginning of a new series by the same name.  While it is extremely short, I will say it was a complete story but also just the beginning of Beth and Edward’s relationship.  There isn’t much back story but I am not sure it was needed.  We meet Beth, a determined and powerful witch.  She is the type of woman any of us would want as a friend.  When she knows something is wrong and she fights for those she cares about. 
We don’t learn much about Edward, other than he is powerful in his own right.  He doesn’t have the time to court Beth but intends to rectify that failing as soon as possible.  I like that he is aware that prophecy or not Beth deserves it.
This story was short and concise which isn’t easy to do.  Ms. Blacio explained why things needed to happen fast and I found it believable.  Ms. Blacio is a favorite author of mine.  I enjoy the complex worlds she builds and I look forward to where Ms. Blacio will take us as we learn more about Edward, Beth and the world they inhabit. 

                           Four twinkling Stars 


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