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  • Delightful vampire romance...

    Photographer Dena Williams has had enough of death and seeks solitude in the Oregon wilderness. She steps out too far onto a frozen lake and goes under. She somehow makes it out but she’s bleeding and near death when she crawls onto a porch and knocks. Little does she realize, her life is about to change forever. The owner of said house, Dimitri, is a sexy vampire and when he offers her an eternity of happiness, will she say yes and allow Dimitri to turn her or will she flee? Red Snowflakes is a testament to the power of love and how even a vampire deserves true happiness. I connected with hero and heroine instantly, my heart breaking for their loneliness. Dena has great strength and goes through all the degrees of believability, just like I would. The dialogue is peppered with humor, wise cracks and emotion. The ending I was not expecting but it made me love Red Snowflakes all the more. I even forgave the author for bending the vampire rules. If you’re looking for an uplifting holiday romance with bite, pick up Red Snowflakes today. Highly recommend! Favorite Character/Quote: Dimitri. From the moment he appears, my heart went out to him. He’s a vampire who has lost hope, waiting and craving his mate. Every year, since he turned, he’s created a red snowflake and hung it on the tree. Talk about romantic. My Rating: 5 stars

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  • knock knock

    Dimitri has given up on finding his blood mate with only five days left until his birthday. Then Dena shows up in a snow storm after nearly ding in the water. Guess who's door she knocks on. And guess who is home. KNOCK KNOCK WHO IS THERE? BOO ME. Ok, I just needed to play a little. I want you to remember my review. I liked this story.

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  • nice easy read

    Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted my copy of this book. Dimitri has just 5 days to convince Dena she is his fated mate, or he will die. I really rather enyoyed this short tale of a lonley vampire waiting out his fate, I really did! It's only short, 100 odd pages, but it was a surprising read and I cannot say why! It's not overly sexy, and at one point I thought it might turn out clean, but I would have still enjoyed it. Dimitri is vampire, and has some skills not *usually* associated with vampires: he can change shape into anything and every thing, he can magic things up and away. I liked that, its different. Dena is as lonely as Dimitri and she has a strong voice, and won't take any nonsense off Dimitri when he pulls the alpha male thing, and I loved that she stood up to him. Both Dena and Dimitri have a say, in the third person, and I read this book in one sitting. A very enjoyable sitting it was too. Not read anything else by this author, and I would like to read more. 4 good solid stars

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  • I REALLY liked this story!

    I REALLY liked this story! The idea is very original. To me, it had sort of a Beauty and the Beast flare to it, but once I finished page 1, I had a hard time putting it down! I think what I liked the most (aside from Dimitri's complete, unconditional and undying love for Dena) was how Dena reacted to meeting, well, a real-life vampire. She wasn't as freaked or put-off as I've read in other books, and I rather liked that she took it all in stride for the most part. Actually, I also really liked Dimitri's dedication to waiting for Dena to come to him, even before he knew who she was or if she was even alive (you'll understand once you read the book). It was very endearing, and it was rather heartbreaking to think about. This is the first book I've read by Kristal, and I really enjoyed her writing. Her smoking-hot writing. Yep, this book ain't no sweet-n-clean holiday tale. This is for adults only. But seriously, the imagery of the scenery, the holiday decorations, all of it is very good. A Happily Ever After is to be had, and this will not be the last book I read by Kristal!

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