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BLOOD OF THE ROSE
by Kate Pearce

Genre: Historical Romance, Paranormal, England, Tudor Period
Sensuality: MILD
Setting: Tudor England

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The second installment in Pearce’s Tudor Vampire Chronicles contains more rich historical details than the first book, making it exceptional. There’s something fun about rewriting history and making memorable characters like Anne Boleyn into vampires. Pearce expertly weaves her historical background and knowledge into a truly captivating tale.

Rosalind Llewellyn is bound to protect the king from vampires. She even married her family’s worst enemy to bring down a vampire plot. King Henry has fallen for Anne Boleyn, a vampire set upon ruling the kingdom. Called back to court, Rosalind must once again deal with Christopher Ellis, her family’s enemy and her greatest love. Their love will be tested, as will their family loyalties, as they come to grips with their destiny, their duty and staying alive. Will their last chance at happiness disappear or will their love be strong enough to persevere? (SIGNET ECLIPSE, Feb., 320 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Annette Elton

Publisher: SIGNET ECLIPSE

Published: February 2011

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