(eBook) Blood Moon by Rosaline Saul
Young Adult Vampire Fantasy eBooks
In the young adult vampire fantasy novel, Blood Moon, readers are transported to the dark and intriguing streets of 1886 London. This captivating tale intertwines the quests of Joseph, an Alchemist in search of the fountain of youth, and Maggie Abbot, a resilient young woman struggling to find stability amidst the challenges of her life.
Joseph Burke, an enigmatic figure, conducts his alchemical experiments in the shadows of an ancient church while a serial killer prowls the impoverished corners of London, preying on unsuspecting victims and draining them of their lifeblood. As the city grapples with fear and darkness, Joseph's clandestine pursuits take an unexpected turn when he encounters Maggie Abbot.
Maggie, a tutor seeking steady employment, faces constant difficulties due to her alluring appearance. Dismissed from her latest job after enduring the advances of her employer, she dreads returning to her home, where her father resides with his new wife. However, fate takes an unforeseen twist when Joseph approaches Maggie with a proposition—tutoring his ward, Beatrice, who has a tendency to run away from home.
Drawn into Joseph's mysterious world, Maggie discovers a man who captures her heart unexpectedly.
Yet, as Joseph's relentless pursuit of the fountain of youth bears fruit, he experiences an insatiable thirst for blood, turning his existence into one of darkness and eternal night.
Now faced with a monstrous affliction, Joseph battles his own inner demons while struggling to protect Maggie and Beatrice from the dangers that lurk within his immortal existence.
Imprint : Fiction for the Soul Books
Published by : Lynette Ferreira
First Published Date : 29 April 2011
Language : English
Reading age : 13 and up
Rosaline is passionate about writing and loves sharing her stories with others. Her books often contain messages of hope and empowerment. She strives to create stories that are inspiring and meaningful, and her books often have a positive impact on young readers.