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The Unforgiven: The Crave
by D.J Kile   

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Literary Fiction

Publisher:  Self Type: 
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106

Copyright:  June 6, 2012
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A paranormal fiction, featuring demons, vampires, southern belle's and medievil memories.

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Southern Belle, Faith Ru'elle is on summer break from college and is working as a tour guide on the Kinder Plantation in Saint Francisville, Louisiana. During the night dreams consume her transporting her back through time to France, 1469 where she lives the part of Damiana Lior the daughter of Vlad Tempes III of Romania, which has been captured and is now a captive of the King of France. There she discovers the wonders that life can behold under the veil of secrecy with the Irish knight sworn to guard her, Hadrian. When awake Faith goes on with life with trials of love with her best friend Mica and a newcomer that has come for more than friendship... her life. Yet there is something about her that stops his primal instincts and makes him fight against all odds, including his creator to find the connection to him that she possesses.


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After all that had transpired in that solemn alleyway, that dark haired beauties scent, her essence still lingers with him, a mixture of Lilac and another scent he can not quite place. There is only one thing he knows for sure. It was a scent from the old world and not of this America.
Days go by and those green eyes never leave his thoughts. The desire to see them again is starting to get the better of him so he decides to leave the city before this ache overcomes his better judgment. He picks one of his favorite spots on the map and heads to New Orleans. He is walking in the French quarter, feeling the wet cobblestone underfoot and the damp breeze on his skin. And from somewhere above the sidewalk the same scent that had caught his attention in St. Louis overwhelmed him once more. He leaps to the balcony of the nearest home. The night wind blows softly, swaying the white curtains aside that hide the open glass doors. He catches a glimpse of her lying in bed, eyes closed, face soft and peaceful. Her raven hair sweeps around her like a black sea. Her lips are so red and full. He just stares and the only urge in his body is not to devour the girl, but to just simply taste those lips that belong to this dark beauty of the night.



Professional Reviews

Awesome Read
I literally finished this book in one day,I couldn't put it down.Unfortunately I had little sleep and I had to get up early the next day for work, but it was totally work it. There were many loveable characters that will have you laughing out of your seat. I enjoy every minute of this novel and when it was over I was utterly disappointed, I need more. I will differently read more of this authors work!!!!!!!!! If you love vampires, romance,historical,paranormal,mystery and some comedy I will guaranty that you will love this book! I highly recommend The Unforgiven:The crave, I would have payed eight more dollars-its was that great!

Was Never a Paranormal Fan Till Now
I was recently asked to read this book by a friend. I am not a big reader especially when it comes to ghosts, werewolves, vampires and stuff like that. But I agreed and began to read.

This book revolves around the young college student Faith Ruelle, which is working as a tour guide on a southern plantation in the heart of Louisiana. There are many obstacles in her life such as haunting nightmares ( which were the hook for me ) that take place in another place and time. Aside from night terrors real problems arise such as boys and the emotions that they feel toward her, a creature that has lived through many lifetimes that is lured into Faith's world and a good ole boy who is busy trying to win the leading ladies heart which is very strong and independent. Along in this loveable cast of characters are an elderly couple you can't help but love and a faithful true-blu dog that will just make you smile with the ways the author has incorporated them with such beautiful description and love in her writing.

There is love, loss and some extremely comedic moments in this book which draw the reader in and keep them guessing and wanting more. I will be telling everyone about this series and new author. If you love this genre you will love this book and speaking from experience if it's not just your cup of tea try it anyway its not just paranormal, its historic, romantic, mysterious and above all a great read. I'm am looking forward to the other books in this series, and more from this author. Try it out what have you got to loose.


The Unforgiven
we have vampires here; one almost good and kind, the other VERY nasty and faithful to his long and bloody raison d'etre. Even though Dean (the almost good and kind bloodsucker) rips the throat out of a nubile young woman in the opening scene, we sense that his only reason for doing such a horrible thing is hunger. Not so his nemesis, Chase. Somehow we know their fangs will cross eventually, and my suspicion is Dean's nemesis will...well, how DO vampires die these days?

Europe, 1495: Damiana, a princess from Romania, has been captured in a war and dragged off in semi-luxury to a kingdom in the wooded and beautiful country of France, far to the west. Enter Hadrian, an Irishman serving as knight to the evil (we shall discover) king who holds the princess...this we know through the dreams of our heroin, Faith Ru-elle, who is in fact...

And so, déjà vu.

On a once-grand plantation in Louisiana all the good guys and bad guy(s) gather: tack hands, tour guides, actors and actresses in nightly plays staged for the admiring guests. Vaughan and Shirley, the matronly owners who have "adopted" lovely young Faith as their own grandchild know nothing of what will transpire, nor does a lad named Mica who loves Faith, who loves him back, which angers Dean who wants to rip his throat out, but there is a certain propriety to conform to, which propriety means nothing to Sebastian, who is Chase, eager to bed the heroin before he...

This is an utterly charming story, with much of the cast well in advance of 500 years old, acting like teenagers in this dull era we live in where no castles exist, nor plantations with kindly overlords and happy workers. Contrast that to the real vampires of our day and age; corporate bloodsuckers.

As for our heroin, who was assaulted by the king of France, rescued by the Irish knight, transported over the centuries to the milieu of the farm. Well,
"Ah do declay-ah. His chest is one godly stack of ripplin' muscles."

Ah do declare, I trust Dean will meet a kindly end, and clueless Mica will somehow overcome the intentions of two nether-men in his love and devotion to Damiana/Faith. The blood is plentiful, the plot twists are delightful and gory-especially the forays back to a kinder (ahem) age 500 years in Faith's past. This is a book for every vampire-loving reader.


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