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  • What an intense start to a new series!

    What an intense start to a new series! I am going to open with saying I really enjoyed this read and at this point would definitely recommend the series. The story line is engaging and detailed. It was easy to follow what was happening and who was who even though the story line itself was complex, something I enjoy in my reads. There were times however I felt the author was trying to put too many details into this opening episode. I think we met everyone who will be anyone and got tidbits of backgrounds and possible whys, but many times, not enough IMO to build a solid picture. Miranda is the princess of the Slayers. She is a warrior in her own right. She wants peace among the species and she believes she is the one prophesied to bring it to fruition. At times her choices seemed to be swayed by her connection with her father who IMO stifled her quite a bit to his own gain (dad may be a few bricks short). Miranda has a pretty solid wall up between her and the world. I felt like only one other character knew the girl behind the princess. When fate seems to deliver the perfect pawn right at her feet she embarks on a quest to fulfill the prophecy. Sathan is the King of the Vamps. For me, he was an easy character to like. Despite being the king he is pretty laid back ~ he doesn't put up with any bull but he is open-minded. When it came to his sister though he is a bit old fashioned (it could be he is just overprotective). He has been seeking peace among the species for decades. He has and will continue to do what is necessary for the survival of his people even if it is not the most peaceful solution. He has a couple of younger brothers and a sister who make up this quartet of siblings ~ they definitely kept me entertained. Just too much to sum up at this moment I really enjoyed the world-building and the characters are well written making it easy to make an emotional connection with them. I was provided an ARC of this series so I will be back with a complete series review.

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  • Fabulous debut, highly recommend!

    The End of Hatred is author Rebecca Hefner’s debut novel and the first book in her Etherya’s Earth series. I have to admit upfront, I’ve never read Paranormal/Fantasy Romance. But I took a chance with Ms. Hefner’s book and I am so happy that I did! It’s an excellent story that I struggled to put down. A fabulous debut and I can’t wait to read the rest of this series. Sathan is the King of the Vampyres. His people are dependent on Slayers blood to survive. Over the years he’s tried to work with the King of the Slayers to come to a truce to save both their people. When Sathan’s sister disappears and ends up a prison of the Slayers, Sathan is forced to work with the Slayer Princess. Miranda is the princess of the Slayers and the only living descendant from the first Slayer King. Miranda was only 8 years old when her mother was kidnapped by Crimeous the King of the Deamons & her grandfather murdered the King and Queen of the Vampyres. Because Miranda was too young to rule, her father took over as ruler. Miranda is tired of being at war, hunted by the Vampyres for their blood and by the Deamons who plague both the Slayers and the Vampyres. Miranda wants a change for her people. With author Rebecca Hefner’s debut novel, we’re transported to Etherya’s Earth. A place where Vampyres, Slayers, Deamons & Humans exist. I have to say from the very beginning of this story I was drawn in. Ms. Hefner’s writing grabs you and pulls you into the story. You truly believe in the world and the characters she has created. As for the characters, oh my! Where do I start? This story has some fabulous main characters along with secondary characters. Miranda our heroine is strong, determined, smart and kind-hearted, wanting what’s best for her people. She’s more a warrior than a princess and is determined to end the war between the species. Sathan, the King of the Vampyres is hot and sexy, and I absolutely fell in love with him! He was just drool-worthy and I’d sacrifice a vein for him any time! ;-) He’s also a loving brother to his siblings, a kind and patient leader and like Miranda growing weary of the constant war between the Slayers. As Miranda and Sathan work together to try to bring peace to their people, they grow closer and begin to have feelings for each other. With the Deamons always nearby, will these two find a way to defeat the Deamons and be together for eternity? I don’t want to give away too much of the story, but it was an absolutely fabulous read and I honestly didn’t want it to end. I look forward to reading the rest of this series and seeing what Ms. Hefner has in store for us in the future! With a captivating storyline, fabulous characters that I look forward to seeing again, a war between species and some surprises along the way, this was an absolutely perfect story to start off this series! An excellent debut book that I highly recommend! Rebecca Hefner is an auto-buy for me and I give her her due, I now read Paranormal/Fantasy Romance and I’m in love with a Vampyre King! ;-)

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  • I encourage you to try this if you love vampires

    I listened to this book in audible format. I loved the narration. If you get a chance and love vampire stories, I encourage you to try it out, the narrator has a deep sexy voice. Sarhan is the king of the Vampires and Miranda is the princess of the Slayers. These two species were made to rely on each other but then they were cast into day and night by the goddess. They have been at war ever since. Can these two leaders find the courage to unite their people once again? They must learn to work together to win against the demons and their leader Crimeous. I received a free copy of this audiobook and choose to leave a review. I have already listened to book 2 and am thrilled by it too. Hopefully more will be released in audio soon!

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  • The End of Hatred

    The End of Hatred is the first book in the Etherya's Earth series and we are introduced to a world that co-exists within our own, that we are (up until now) unaware of. This world is roughly split into three - the Slayeras, the Vampyres, and the Deamons. They have been at war for centuries and Miranda, the Slayera Princess is tired of it. She comes up with a solution to end the war but she needs the help of the Vampyre King to do so, even if she is ostracised by her father. I thoroughly enjoyed this story! From Miranda to Sathan, Lila to Latimus, Darkrip to Arderin, these characters all came to life. They are individual enough to remain in my mind whilst holding true to the characteristics of their races. I found the pacing to be perfect and there was never a dull moment. I also loved the pop references that I found, in particular, those about 'Buffy', for obvious reasons. This is the start of the series and one I will be continuing with. It was a fantastic story and there are many more couples yet to come that I want stories for. Absolutely recommended by me. * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

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