The II AM Trilogy: The Blood That Bonds - Kindle Edition Reviews
Description:Genre: Horror / Author: Christopher Buechler / Kindle Edition / Publication Date: 2011
Newest Review: ... forcibly addicted to Heroin in order to keep her compliant. Into this life of hers comes Thereon, a client, who has booked ... more
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by - written on 21/10/11 (Very useful, 12 readings)
The Blood That Bonds was the first E-book that I decided to put onto my Kindle and was still free to download at the time of writing. That is right ~ free! As in it cost me absolutely nothing!! The Blood That Bonds is an original take on the traditional Vampire story combining elements of both Anne Rice's famous series and the less well known cult Sonja Blue books by Nancy.A.Collins. It tells the story of Two, a young girl who has been tricked into becoming a prostitute and is then forcibly addicted to Heroin in order to keep her compliant. Into this life of hers comes Thereon, a client, who has booked her for a night of pleasure at his expense. But Thereon ... Read the complete review
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