Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Review: The Golden Apple of Discord by Lauren Hodge

Book Description

 January 9, 2013
Taralie Severin and her three sisters are a powerful coven of modern-day witches who banish mythical creatures in between classes and shifts at the police station. But when Taralie is kidnapped by vampires and converted into the undead, her sisters are ordered to execute her for crimes against the Milunfran order. Refusing, the sisters become fugitives from both their kind and vampires alike.

Ignorant and hunted, Taralie becomes entangled with unlikely allies, a band of vampires in hiding from the ruling vamperic government. With this new addition to their coven Taralie must balance duty with desire while learning not everything is as it seems, their enemies are worse than she knows, and she could be on the verge of ending a thousand-year-old civil war.

My Review:

Taralie and her 3 sisters are a strong coven, they been blessed with all 4 elements, they banish magical creatures next to their own jobs and have a good life, so they think.
Till one day Tara is kidnapped and she can't place what they are, till one bites her and force herself to drink his blood. Her three sisters are forced into killing her by the twelve of the Milunfran order.
Not willing to do that they run and all decide that Tara needs to turn them too.  They however never trained by any vampire without knowing against all vampire laws, soon they are in the middle of fights with two vampire coven.

Then they meet three vampires that have been hiding for the rest and they make a pact. The sisters move in with them and the men teach them how to feed on animals and not to leave a body trail.
It is clear to them soon that the other coven won't leave them alone they have to do something to safe their father and them self, Tara totally falls for Alex but thinking her sister is with him she ignores the feelings and tries to move on. Will they succeed to fight for their freedom and will love find its way??? You will have to read that for yourself, trust me it is worth it every single chapter.

I loved this book and can't wait to read m ore of this writer!

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