Sunkissed by Carys Jones

SunkissedSynopsis: Dawn Summers is dying. It’s 1853 and as the seventeen year old continues to fade away she has visions of the father she never knew, urging her to fight for her life.

In the small village of Fandova the only medical care is in the form of the mysterious Dr. Moralus who has a known penchant for bloodletting. Thomas, Dawn’s fiancé, is warned against inviting his intervention, but feels he has no choice, he pleads with the doctor to save Dawn’s life…whatever it takes.

Whatever it ‘takes’ has some consequences neither of them expected. Now, it’s a hunt to the death, with both Dawn and Thomas determined to win.

You can find Sunkissed at:

Amazon / Kellan

My review:

I received this copy for a plain and honest review.

There were a few typos and incorrectly formatted paragraphs in the story, but that is the gist of that.

However, I like the way that Carys is able to weave the story about a reluctant vampire with a very unique gift. Dawn is a person that you are just drawn to in this story. Thomas is just an evil, jealous bastard that wants everyone to hail him as Emperor, so to speak.

This story shows belief in people as well and it is shown by Carys as Thomas believes that Dawn is still alive after she leaves him during the bright daylight hours which no vampire can survive. Or can they?

Carys, also, shows that love is determined to win out no matter who hard the consequences are. Especially since Dawn knows that Ryan, her human lover, is bound to be taken by her jealous vampire ex-finace, Thomas. Dawn knows that Thomas will most likely kill him. But Dawn has a plan to prevent that. What is it? Find out by picking up a copy.

My Rating:

1star1star1star1star1star

About the Author:carys

Carys Jones, 27, studied Film and Creative Writing at Wolverhampton university and works as a freelance writer and editor. She is currently based in Shropshire and lives with her husband and dog.

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