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Publisher:  WoodWitchDame Publications ISBN-10:  0982410271 Type: 


Copyright:  2004 ISBN-13:  9780982410271

The relationship between Cain and Felicity has crested to a peak that leaves them unsure whether to step back for safety or jump into a future united in death. Felicity is unlike any human Cain has known before. She treats him not as a vampire, but as an equal; a man worthy of friendship, respect and even love. She embodies qualities of gentleness and loving trust that he has never found among his own kind. This makes her far more desirable to him than any creature of darkness could ever be. Is her trust in him only the foolishness of a young girl in love, unjustified?

Cain is all too conscious of the fact that the venom of his bite would give him a connection to her unequaled by any other and protect her from hostile vampires, but it would give him a measure of psychic control over her as well. He could make Felicity into a vampire, to accompany him in his quest to help others and abate his loneliness. But is his desire for companionship worth the loss of her life?

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In this paranormal fantasy, each chapter alternates perspective between a vampire and a young woman as they join an ensemble cast to navigate the difficulties of addiction and desire; the perils of zombies and vampires; and struggles with abuse, morality and... college.


Almost Human - Volume 3: Evolving Ecstasy - by Melanie Nowak

Chapter 1 – You’d better


Felicity’s car
Friday, midnight

Felicity felt as though she were on autopilot driving back to Cain’s. Cain was sitting silently beside her. It had been a long night. After sending home their last ‘customer’, Felicity had quietly questioned Ben. “What are we going to tell Mr. Penten?”

Ben had surveyed the remains of the vampire attack on the store and shrugged. “We were robbed… by a gang… they were probably on drugs.”

“There’s no money missing.” Felicity had pointed out.

Ben smiled. “That’s ‘cause I fought them off.”

That’s when Alyson had started laughing again. “You did? You and Felicity, that’s your story?”

“It could happen. Anyway, I guess you could have been here.” He’d gestured towards Cain. “But something tells me that he won’t want to be involved in questioning.” Sindy had already slipped out the door.

Cain answered. “I can have been here if you’d like. I’ve got valid I.D., and you must admit, it would make your story a bit more credible,” he’d added with a smirk.

Ben probably hadn’t liked the insinuation that no one would believe that he could have done it alone, with only the help of two girls, but he kept quiet. Felicity had then brought up another problem. “So where do we say all of the ashes came from?”

After a thoughtful moment, Ben had asked, “Got a blow dryer?”

And so, Cain and Felicity had gone back to her room for her hair dryer. Upon leaving the store they had been very surprised to find Sindy, sitting out front on the curb.

To Felicity, she had looked very frightened and alone. Sitting on the edge of the parking lot, hugging her knees and looking out into the dark. It had been very odd to see Sindy that way. She got up immediately at their approach, trying to put on a brave face it had appeared. Felicity tried to picture how it would feel to have to walk out into that darkness alone, and actually felt sort of bad for her. “You need a ride somewhere?”

Both Sindy and Cain had looked very amazed that she would ask, but of course Sindy hadn’t accepted. “Na, I’m good.” She’d quickly walked away and Cain hadn’t said anything about it.

They’d gotten into the car and then Felicity had turned to Cain. “You have I.D., like a driver’s license?”


She’d just stared at him for a moment. “I can’t really picture you standing in line at the D.M.V.” He’d laughed and pulled his license out of his back pocket for her to inspect. She’d held it up in the light from the parking lot lamps. “Who is that?”

He’d laughed again. “It’s supposed to be me. I paid someone to go get their picture taken for me. Tell me that there’s some resemblance,” he’d added hopefully.

She had studied his face and the picture in turns. “I guess. He does look a lot like you. But you’re definitely the better looking of the two.”

“Thanks.” He’d given her a smile and a kiss, and then she looked at the card a moment longer. It was issued in New York, but listed his address as being in a town that she didn’t know. The name read: Cain Herald VI, Sex: M, Eyes: Bl, Ht: 5’ 11”. He must have seen her looking a bit confused. “Something wrong?”

She’d looked up at him tentatively. “It says ‘Cain’.”

His eyes had turned downcast as he answered quietly, “Christian Herald has been dead for about two hundred and ninety years.” She must have still looked confused. “Did you expect me to list my date of birth as December 25th, 1664 as well? It’s not always easy, trying to live in the ‘civilized’ world but I’ve managed. In order to keep possession of the Manor and keep my bank accounts in order, I do have to die now and again, on paper that is.”

“What’s the VI?”

“That’s the roman numeral for six. I am actually considered to be my own great, great, great, great grandson. It gets a bit confusing I know. I’ve figured out how to keep things going pretty smoothly now though.

Every fifty years or so, I have a fictional girlfriend ‘give birth’ to a new persona, my son and namesake, to whom I am given sole custody of course. I give him about twenty years to mature and then I die and he takes over. It’s just a bunch of paperwork really. But you’d be amazed what you can accomplish by giving the right amount of money to the right people. There’s probably an easier way to go about it, but I prefer to keep things as legal as possible. I don’t like to feel as though I’m hiding anything.”

She’d glanced at it once more and then handed it back for him to put it away. It also read ‘DOB: 12 – 25 – 64’. “According to that you’re forty-one.”

He’d grinned. “I know. I look pretty good for my age don’t I? It’ll be time for a new one soon. I start at twenty-one and usually let it go until fifty or so. Much past that and I start drawing odd looks. Of course, I try not to use it unless I have to. It serves.”

Just then Allie had startled them by rapping on the window. Cain had rolled it down for her. “You two haven’t even left yet? Let’s get this over with and then you can get a room.” Cain had just shaken his head with a smile as Felicity started the car and Allie went to get into her own.

They had returned with a blow-dryer, to find that Allie had gotten hers as well. They did their best to blow all of the ashes out the broken window and door, while Ben used the attachments on the vacuum cleaner to try and clean up behind the counter. They didn’t want it to look ‘too’ cleaned up before they reported the incident, but at least the ashes were scattered around sufficiently, so as not to be noticeable. Then Ben had called the police and Mr. Penten, trying to sound out of breath and distraught.

They spent a good deal of time answering questions and standing around waiting to be allowed to leave. They had all agreed ahead of time as to the exact events of the evening, so that there had been no discrepancies when reporting to the authorities.

Since there was no money missing and only the windows were broken, they weren’t very closely questioned anyway. Mr. Penten was none too pleased about having to close for repairs on a Saturday morning, but at least insurance would cover the windows.

They had finally been allowed to go their separate ways. Allie and Ben each left in their cars, as Cain and Felicity got into hers. She had been about to automatically drive to Cain’s house, when he’d turned to her. “You’ll probably want to go home, to shower and change. I can walk if it’s easier.”

Felicity had been behaving normally, cleaning up, answering questions; to everyone else she must have seemed fine. But she felt as though she were in shock, doing things because she had too, but not really thinking about anything but what had happened and what it might mean for the future. Now that it was finally quiet, all she really wanted was to crawl into Cain’s bed and be safe in his arms.

Once he’d mentioned it though, she’d realized that a shower would be a very welcome thing. She’d had little bits of slimy mud, and God knows what else smeared on her from her struggling with the last zombie. She had washed her arms in the sink at the DownTime before the police had arrived, but she’d still felt grossly soiled. She had turned to Cain slowly and asked, “Would you come with me... and wait? I wanna go to your house, after.”

He’d looked a little concerned, as though just realizing that she might be upset. He’d given her a little smile and said, “Of course luv, whatever you’d like.”
She had driven back to her dorm and left Cain in the car while she went in. She had wanted to have him follow, but Maggie had been standing in the doorway, talking with someone. Felicity didn’t feel like being questioned, as to Cain’s presence.

She’d gone to her room and gathered her things for a shower. She’d come back to her room after, and found Cain sitting on her bed. He’d gestured to her open window. “I hope you don’t mind. Didn’t want people to think I was sitting out there casing the place.”

She’d just smiled, giving her head a little shake. Cain had busied himself looking through her school books, as she’d changed into her sheep pajamas and thrown clothes for tomorrow into a bag. She’d then slipped on some socks and sneakers, put on a sweatshirt over her pajamas, and went to give him a kiss. As much as she wanted to just melt into his arms, she gave him only a quick peck on the lips. She didn’t want to be here, Cain’s felt safer. “See you at the car.”

She’d planned to say she was going home for the weekend if asked, but Maggie was gone. Cain was already in the car when she got there. So now they were driving back to his house. All was quiet, and she was glad. She couldn’t talk anymore right now. She just stared at the road and wanted to be there already.

They entered the house and went straight downstairs. She dropped her bag and unzipped her sweatshirt, dropping it to the floor, while eyeing his bed. Cain looked at her thoughtfully. “Tired?” She just nodded her head, took off her shoes and socks, and went to get in the bed. He took off his boots and followed her. He was gazing at her curiously as she got beneath the covers. “Are you all right?”

She nodded again, but she could feel the tears welling up in her eyes. Cain must have seen them, because he instantly came to her and wrapped her in his arms. “Oh Felicity, it’s all right. It’s all right now, you’re safe.” She drew a deep breath and tried not to cry. He must think she was so weak. She didn’t know what to say, until he spoke again. “It’s all right, it’s over now.”

She looked up at him, through watery eyes. “No it’s not. You heard her. Chris wants me. He wants to kill me... or worse.”

He seemed a little shaken by the ‘worse’, but still tried to comfort her. “You know that I will never let you fall into his hands. Don’t be afraid, you’re safe now.”

“But there were so many of them, grabbing at me...”

He looked almost surprised at her. “You’ve fought far worse. You killed Luke, and that vampire in the cemetery. These tonight were nothing compared to them.”

“But they were so, rotten... and awful.”

“They may have seemed the stuff of nightmares, but you’ve seen them before. They are stupid, slow and easily defeated.”

“Yeah, for you. I’ve seen you fight. You’re so good at it.”

“Unfortunately, I’ve had a lot of practice.”

“Ben killed like four of them! Allie killed one. Even Sindy, did you see her? She was like, ripping them apart.”

“She killed two or three,” he said with a little shrug.

“I didn’t kill any. All I did was hide behind my vial and scream.”

Cain leaned back to smile at her. “You are a gentle soul, who shouldn’t be expected to engage in such pursuits. But you have a strong spirit, and have done remarkably well in these situations. You shouldn’t reproach yourself for not fighting like the others. Ben seems to have ‘hating vampires’ in his blood, that fuels his efforts. Alyson does usually fight well, but she’s had formal training, and still you’ve done just as well as her in the past. Sindy... Well, against mindless zombies, she hasn’t much to fear. They can scratch and bite at her all they like, but without a stake and the presence of mind to use it properly...” He shook his head. “They can’t really hurt her.”

“I guess knowing that, would give a person confidence. They all have something to make them feel confident and strong. I don’t have anything.”

Cain tipped her chin to make her look at him. “You’ve got me.” She tried to smile, but the phrase ‘screaming horror flick chick’ kept haunting her. She tucked her head back down into his chest for a hug. She loved the fact that Cain made her feel safe. But still, she didn’t want to have to run to him, every time that danger threatened.

There was a simple solution. Go home. Go back home where danger wouldn’t follow, just remove it from her life. It sounded so easy, but she wouldn’t do it. If she left, she knew that she would never see Cain again. He was going to take care of all of this and then leave. Somehow she just knew it. Felicity was unwilling to let him go, not yet.

Holding the vial out in front of her, to ward off that zombie, had seemed so flimsy and stupid. She wished she’d had the confidence to fight them like Sindy. Sindy seemed to be unafraid of anything. Well, she was frightened of Chris and Marcus, but who could blame her for that? Chris may not be all that intelligent, but he was smart enough to kill her for real and to get Marcus to help him do it. But Sindy sure wasn’t scared of much else. What must it be like, to have the assurance of immortality to fall back on?

Something else came to mind, a solution that she had been very carefully avoiding. She could let Cain mark her again. It wouldn’t guarantee anything; Chris may still be able to work around it. But she was pretty sure that it would protect her from any lesser vampires he might make. They were driven by instinct. They should have an overwhelming desire to stay away from her, if she were marked.
In fact, she suddenly realized that Ben had that advantage. No wonder he had managed to kill an impressive three zombies and one real vampire, without getting hurt. They were unable to bite him!

Still, she kept the experience of being marked by Cain, safely hidden away from her conscious mind. It was not something she had ever thought to consider again. It was so much easier to think of Cain as a man, and not someone capable of such strange things. He was just holding her quietly, trying to make her feel safe. She looked up at him again, trying to ‘see’ the vampire in him. It just wasn’t there for her to see, not now. He smiled at her. “You needn’t worry about Chris. I won’t let him get to you.”

“I know, but he had so many others.”

“Whom we killed.”

“He can make more.”

Cain looked thoughtful. “I suppose it’s possible that he kept a few in reserve, but I doubt it. As for making more, we won’t give him the time. Creations such as his, take time to reawaken. Unless he uses a considerable amount of care in making more, they will take a week or two to come back. In fact, judging by the condition of some of them, I’d say he made them more than a month ago.”

“Yeah, I guess. But he still has Marcus. Cain, no offense but I don’t even think that you could take him.”

Cain gave her a kiss on the forehead. “Don’t you worry about it. For you, I’d fight Satan himself. Now get some rest. I’m going to go and take a shower of my own.” He hugged her close for another minute and then got up from the bed. At least she felt safe here. She lay there, feeling very comforted just lying snuggled warm in his bed and watching him move about the room.

She admired his body as he undressed. She had to smile remembering that earlier, in her room, he had purposely not watched her as she disrobed to dress into her pajamas. He was such a gentleman. She had been glad at the time. He had seen her body often enough in the past week that she shouldn’t be self conscious... but she still was a little. Now she noted that he didn’t even seem to notice or care if she watched him. Everyone she knew seemed so much more confident than she was, in every way. He shut all the lights, save those behind the bar and disappeared into the bathroom. As she listened to the water begin to run in the shower, she drifted off to sleep.

Professional Reviews

Evolving Ecstasy - Shocking Volume 3 of the Almost Human Series - by
After recovering from their recent battle with vampires, Felicity was tired of being in danger. Cain made her feel safe, but she couldn't keep running to him every time danger threatened. All she knows is she can't walk away from him, for fear that she will never see him again. She has some choices to make, and they are not going to be easy.

Felicity draws Cain like no human or vampire before. She does not see him as an evil creature, but as someone worthy of her friendship and maybe even love. She trusts him with her life, and Cain has sworn that he will never betray that trust. But can he control his need for a companion over the need to do what is right?

Book three, Evolving Ecstasy had me going on a rollercoaster ride of who I wanted with who, with a surprise ending I did not expect. I love how this author throws you curve balls that completely leave you hooked and wanting more. Bravo on a job well done, Melanie Nowak is on my 'to look for' list! Can't wait for Born to Blood: Book 1 of the 2nd trilogy, I need my Cain fix!!!

Reviewed by Missy Brown

Evolving Ecstasy - 5*****STAR - by
In my estimation you can actually see the growth of this author in this book, Evolving Ecstasy, Book 3 of the Almost Human Series. As the plot thickens, the story becomes even more enticing.

Felicity is faced with the question, “Do I wish to become Immortal?” As their mutual attraction continues, Cain is faced with the dilemma of what to do with this child/woman that has managed to win her way into his heart. Years of experience and self-examination have taught him that decisions not carefully thought out come back to bite him…sometimes literally. He has already made a grave mistake with Sindy, and they both paid dearly for it.

Ally, on the other hand, has made her decision and wants to be with Mattie, and awaits his return to bring her into the immortal world. Cain has taught Mattie well over the years— beginning from when he found him in a parking lot awaiting death by sunrise, not long after being turned. Ben in the meantime, lives in a world of denial and fear based-hate, busying himself by dating every Barbie Doll on campus.

The end of the book has a surprise twist that might be painful to some. But I must say, even though our author has been preparing us for this conclusion, it is still an emotional read. I have chosen not include spoilers in this review so as not to take away from this wonderful story, or its surprise ending…you are all just going to have to read it for yourselves!

Reviewed by Gloria Lakritz
Senior Reviewer,

Good Choice Reading Review – Evolving Ecstasy (ALMOST HUMAN - The First Trilogy - Volume 3)
It has been weeks since I read this book and I am still thinking about it and recommending it to everyone. I just cannot get it out of my head!

What I liked the most about this book was that the world and characters Melanie Nowak created were very believable. Some of the things in this book happens in real life on daily basis, of course not the vampires, but school, work, life in general. So it was very easy to relate to her characters and be pulled into the town as if you were living there as well. It was not hard at all to feel like you were there at every scene just watching it all play out.

There were scenes that actually gave me goosebumps, and some that turned my cheeks red. I never had a book make my whole body tingle from just reading a scene. The scene was written so well that I felt every single emotion they were feeling towards each other. It was just perfect in every way!

Everything in this book just went together perfectly. From the first page until the very last. Honestly, there were so many times I thought I knew what was going to happen and was shocked when it went in a whole different direction. This book was well written and has a little bit of everything. You'll cry a little, laugh a little, scream a little and be in shock from time to time. I definitely recommend this book.

Reviewed by Damaris (Dee) Cardinali

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Reader Reviews for "Evolving Ecstasy (Volume 3 - ALMOST HUMAN - The First Trilogy)"

Reviewed by Melanie Nowak 4/2/2009
Reader reviews(as viewed on Amazon)
***** What A Ride!, February 25, 2009
By Vamp Vixen (USA)

This book is like an emotional rollercoaster! So many great moments and at times heartwrenching - but you come out riding a high. There are many unexpected twists and turns along the way - and even the ones I expected were amazing and emotional to read. These books really bring you in close to the characters and touch your heart.

Plenty of action, some really steamy romance and some very thought-provoking, touching moments that really stay with you. A nicely done ending to the trilogy! Also leaves some very interesting paths to explore for the next book in the series, with a great tag at the end for book 4. I can't wait!


***** Wow! What a shocker!, February 14, 2009
By Mandy Goldstrich Pavuk -

I just finished reading all three of these Almost Human books. Amazing. You have to read them in a row to get the complete picture. Comparable to Stephanie Meyer.


***** I couldn't stop reading!, December 30, 2008
By NeverSleepsaWink ;) " <3" (CA)

This book became an addiction. So well written, almost as If I were there. I could picture everything, and only wanted to read more. This author is obviously talented. I'm one of those people who aren't easily entertained...this book was wonderful. There was never a dull moment. I'm on to book #2, I know it will be equally as great. Hopefully by the time I'm done reading #3, #4 will be released. Please make a #4! :)


***** WOW - Coudn't put it down, October 4, 2008
By Micheal Cleggett "Book Crazy" (Lakewood,CA)

Wow, is really all I can say. I really enjoyed reading this book and can't wait for the continuation!!!.


Reader reviews of the ALMOST HUMAN 3 book series (as viewed on Amazon)


***** AMAZING!!, March 26, 2009
By Amber Smith (alabama)

These books are absolutley AMAZING!!! I have been caught up on the Twilight bandwagon for so long and have been unable to find ANY books that caugt my interest, until now!!! Melanie Nowak is a wonderful author, and she has made it SO easy to LOVE the characters she created!! These books are a MUST READ!!!!


***** So GREAT!, March 23, 2009
By regina (Texas)

I just finished volume 3 and can't wait for volume 4. It was so good and addicting. I even read it while running on the treadmill tonight because I just couldn't stop!!! So glad it's coming out in print because those who don't have a kindle or don't have the kindle app on iphone will surely enjoy it! Great writing, very creative, and totally awesome!


**** Worth the read, March 7, 2009
By T. Bergen "tbergen" (Sussex, NJ United States)

First let me say that I really enjoyed this story and will be looking for the next installment...hopefully sometime this year. Without giving away too much, I was satisfied with the choice made for the main characters at the end.
I did enjoy Twilight, but those characters were a little too perfect sometimes. The Almost Human characters are not perfect, the vampires are not nearly as invincible...and the content is more satisfyingly adult if you get my drift. Not to the other extreme of the Trueblood series, but just right. If you like vampire lore, you will enjoy these novels.


***** Awesome stories... Can't wait for the next one, February 8, 2009
By Crystal Rose "Everyone needs a good book now ... (New Jersey)

I really enjoyed this 3 book series!!! I love all the characters, and the way Nowak intertwined them all. I adore Felicity and Cain's character and feel that Nowak wrote each character beautifully (The innocence of Felicity and the "heart" of Cain... Just great). I thought the friendships between Felicity and Ben/Ally were so pure and true. The instant connection between Felicity and Cain was a pure delight to read. The struggles that Cain dealt with within himself seemed real and heartfelt. Even Sindy's character along with her all of her minions were great.Arif was a very interesting character and I really help we hear more from him in the next set of books.All in all I am happy with the way the books turned out.


***** Love this unique new series!!!, January 22, 2009
By Vamp Vixen (USA)

I really love these books! The characters and dialogue are very realistic and textured. They're light & fun, but can also be deep & emotional in an unexpected way.
It's really a trilogy, where one storyline is stretched over the 3 books, so you have to read them all - but it's well worth the read! It's very nicely developed and I liked the unusual pacing. Everything felt right without being predictable - and even things I expected, were done in a way that surprised me!
Great books! I'm excited to read book 4 - I hope it comes out soon!


***** Very enjoyable read!, January 14, 2009
By H. Watson "mom" (Bel Air, MD)

This is a great series. I got hooked on the Twilight series and wanted more vampire romance when I stumbled upon this new author. While this series is very different than the Twilight books, if you liked them, there is a good chance you'll like these as well.
Once I started reading I just couldn't stop! I highly recommend these books and am looking forward to #4!


***** Who needs sleep or T.V.?, January 8, 2009
By NeverSleepsaWink ;) " <3" (CA)

It takes a lot to fully grab my attention. Thanks to this wonderful series of books I've not watched my favorite T.V. shows nor have I slept. LOL! Its been a long time since I've read a great book. All of the books in this series were equally great. Buyer beware these books are addicting! Of course its a great addiction!
Melanie Nowak is a great writer, very talented. I know everyone could relate to the characters, and the stories were very realistic. Melanie Nowak knows how to paint a picture into the readers head. I'm anxiously waiting for #4. I was so sad to end my last book, and am looking forward to her next great works!


***** Great new author of Vamp Romance! , January 8, 2009
By raeve (tulsa, ok)

Ms Nowak's stories relate the lives of vampires to the human world with such empathy through the eyes of lovable characters: Cain, a centuries old vamp with a mission of good, even when he struggles with the monster within. And Felicity, an innocent and smart young woman who befriends Cain and awakens the fire within. Throw in some intriguing characters from both worlds to surround them all and you're in for the night! I hope these get published soon so everyone can enjoy! Personally I can't wait for Volumes 4-6...


***** Sooooo addictive!!, January 6, 2009
By Katie (Florida, USA)

I just want to say that if you're looking for a GREAT and EXTREMELY ADDICTIVE new vampire series to read then this is it!! I was looking for a good vampire series to read after I read the Twilight Saga and this surpassed what I was looking for...I would even dare to say that it was better since Twilight is very PG in terms of romance and leaves you wanting a little more. Melanie Nowak definitely has a cult following that is growing everyday...I wouldn't be surprised if she gets alot more attention in 2009.


***** FANTASTIC, SUPERB, A MUST-READ, December 20, 2008
By Chanon M. Wolver "chanonwithac"

For anyone who likes/loves Twilight, or even those of you who have never heard of Twilight, this series is a MUST!! The characters suck you in, the plot twists you around and the end leaves you wanting for more. I would buy a Kindle just to read this series. I truly cannot wait for the next chapter in the series!


***** Truly GREAT!! , November 6, 2008
By sherri "UrbanLove" (usa)

This is just a yummy series. I found myself really getting lost in it which is how I rate a truly great story.. After Twilight, few Vampire series have held a candle to it for me.. But this one I have to say almost gave me more satisfaction... Has everything you could want really... I was sad when it came to an end.. I just wanted more! Its a MUST READ!! :-)


***** Simply Fascinating, November 8, 2008
By Ariel Danielle Arias

I have read this series twice now and its still amazing! Honestly These are truely great books! If you love paranormal romance, or a vampire lover such as myself, you cannot go wrong with these books!


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