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Crimson Born: A Young Adult Vampire Romance (The Crimson Accord Series) Paperback – October 30, 2020
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- Publisher : Oxford South Press (October 30, 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 248 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1946166138
- ISBN-13 : 978-1946166135
- Item Weight : 11.8 ounces
- Dimensions : 5 x 0.62 x 8 inches
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The fact this was published in 2020, when anti-Asian sentiment was at a high because of C*OVID makes the "Chinese medicine" comment especially inflammatory. I get the whole animal rights angle...that it's awful what we do to animals. That alone would've been fine without specifying "Chinese." Quite frankly, killing animals for medicinal purposes or other things is a worldwide phenomenon--driven by an equally greedy Western and Eastern market.
It's disappointing especially when, after looking at the author's social media, she posted in support of #stopaapihate. Does she not realize that normalizing the "blaming" of an ethnicity/race is only fanning the flames of hate?
Disappointed to say the least.
The story is about Vampires and humans, presently, trying to live peacefully together.
Abigail and Reece meet at a gathering. They enjoy meeting and chatting. Abigail is from an strict Amish family, so she is careful, but, meeting Reece, has her head spinning. They both agree to try to meet again.
Sadly, on the way home a terrible accident occurs. Abigail is dying. A group of vampires arrive at the scene. The leader bites and claims Abigail and then Reece.
Soon Abigail realizes her life as a human, is over. She is invited to go live with other turned humans, in an underground cave settlement. Perfect for vampires, who can’t be out during sunlight, or they are turned to ashes.
Reece finally makes his way to the vampire settlement, with the help from loyal vampires to their leader. Abigail wants a relationship, with Reece, but, the leader, she has other ideas.
Abigail and two vampire friends, decide they want a peaceful existence, with humans. The leader doesn’t. The 3 friends leave the cave settlement, hoping for a new life in Los Angeles.
Abigail has had to leave Reece behind, as he hasn’t chosen to be with Abigail, but, with the Vampire leader.
Now onto the next installment- Crimson Storm!
Kathy Barber Doyle
By DesiB on November 1, 2020
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Am looking forward to reading the next one to find out what happens next.
The best word I can use to describe this book is cute. It was a very quick read (one sitting without any bathroom breaks 🤣) and I enjoyed it even though it is probably meant for a younger audience.
3.5 stars 🩸🩸🩸✨