Friday, May 24, 2013

Reckoning Book Review



The Bishop is growing his vampire followers by leaps and bounds, feeding on the naturally rebellious teenage population. Jael tries to keep one step ahead of the undead and their schemes while maintaining a semi-normal life. But living Amish, while still being considered an outsider, is beginning to wear on her.

With old friends in town for the summer and a boyfriend as loyal as Captain America, Jael is never short of help. Slaying vamps and having people around that you love can be a dangerous combination. Jael has some hard decisions to make and she’s afraid not everyone will be on board.

Will she fulfill her destiny or fall into the Bishop’s trap?

My Review
I received a free copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review.   We revisit Jael  Shetler where book 2 has left off.  Uncle Seth has been injured by Carolyn, who has become half vampire and half human.  Can Father Thomas save her soul?  Will Seth survive?  Will the Bishop be destroyed?


This is book 3 of The Amish Bloodsuckers Trilogy.  This was an amazing book.  I was once again drawn into the world of Amish Vampires from the very beginning.  This story has nonstop action with many twists.  We also see, as promised, the reappearance of Bree and Shadow.  This book ties up all of the loose ends and it was great to see her as her love for her boyfriend Gabe grows.  This was an excellent trilogy, one that I’m sad to see end.



 About the Author

I'm the author of eight novels, with another always on the way. I grew up on a small farm in Washington State but now live in the mean "burbs" of Minnesota with my husband and our dogs, Rugby and Willow. With our kids now pushed out of the nest and encouraged to fly, I spend much time reading, writing, collecting books, riding motorcycles with my husband, and keeping one step ahead of AARP. I'm a member of the Christian Writer's Guild and try to attend a writer's conference somewhere each year. At the 2006 Pacific Northwest Writer's Conference I was a finalist in the mainstream novel category with "Time in a Bottle." (Now published under the title: "Entangled") In 2007 I was once again a finalist, but in the mystery/thriller category, with "Sense of Danger." (now published under the title: "Split Sense") My new young adult Amish Bloodsuckers Trilogy is now available: Chosen, Shunned, & Reckoning. I also really like black licorice.



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