Thursday, June 13, 2013

Jessica MacIntyre's Vampires of Soldier's Cove Spotlight...


When 24 year old Rachel Landry, who suffers from a debilitating mental illness, recieves a knock at her door one night from a stranger she gets an offer she can't refuse.  The chance to live as a vampire, gaining eternal life and relative sanity seems like a great plan.  Soon she comes to realize she has been turned for a specific purpose and her vampire existence may be short lived.  Also the handsome stranger may not be as much of a stranger as she thought.  Facing her demons along with new enemies she must come to rely on her own strength to save her life, and the life of her new clan.


"This book was a great book with a great story line.  It was very enjoyable and doesn't have a boring place in it.  A must read for vampire lovers."

"What I absolutely love about The Vampires of Soldiers Cove was, not only Ms. MacIntyre's writing style - she has an excellent command on storytelling, grammar and editing, but I also loved the edginess, violence, power and hot sex.  TVOSC is in no way formulaic.  This book is deliciously dark, edgy and riveting."


Jessica MacIntyre was born in Sydney, Nova Scotia and raised in the tiny rural community of Soldiers
Cove.  A habitual daydreamer, MacIntyre was sent to the principal's office many times during her school years for not paying attention in class.  In 1998 she moved to Dartmouth, Nova Scotia with her husband and began writing seriously a few years later.  Her first novel, "The Vampires of Soldiers Cove" is available now on Amazon and is the first in the "Vampire Island" series.  MacIntyre has also published a work of Paranormal Erotica titled, "The Slave Queen," also for sale on Amazon.

She lives in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia with her husband and two children.


I am currently in the process of reading this book.  Had to put it aside so I can get all of the tour related books read.  I am absolutely loving this book though and I would highly suggest it to anybody even with only being half way through it.

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