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    Might become a great epic series

    Bullied his entire life, orphaned university graduate, Gabriel Harper never expected his life would be that inspiring because of a vampire’s bite. Being in an agony he meets Lucas, one of the Royal vampires who is seriously injured by an ambush commanded by a captain of the Silver Legion… Mark Benjamin immerses us into romantic, but turbulent world of death, destruction, and vampires – where the strongest, greediest, and more often than not, most brutal members of the population thrive. The story is told in short chapters, bouncing around among the cast of major characters and forcing the reader to repeatedly test their recall skills. These switches also have the potential to hurt the story’s momentum, the reader immersed in an exciting and climactic moment only for it to come to a halt and go elsewhere in time and place. Beneath the surface, there is a sense that something is happening that is bigger than the incidents on the page. Characters encounter each other over and over in a way that makes it seem like someone is orchestrating events. It amazes me how thorough the author is with so many “people” to keep whole thing together without any plot holes. However, because of this at times it was a little hard to follow and stay focused. While I think there are some great passages here, Mark Benjamin gets buried under the details too often. The progress of the story will sometimes take a backseat to his descriptive passages, which are well written, but you sometimes wish he would hurry it up. With a series like this (as I understand it), I think pacing is very important, and the author’s pace does fit the genre well. Overall: A Change Of Heart (The Royal Blood Chronicles Book 1) was just about everything that I had hoped it would be. What not to like? Unless you dislike that sort of book I would be very surprised if you didn’t love this.

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