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When your choice of life has been brutally taken from you, would you have the strength to remain good? Reviewed by: Michelle Hughes – Author of the Tears of Crimson Series.

With his debut novel release, Neesa, C.T. Todd lead us into his world of vampire mythology with a strong lead in that keep the reader waiting for the next page. We follow the lovely Neesa as she suffers brutally at the hands of vicious poachers who decide to hunt humans instead of the creatures in the forest. The story is easy to read and introduces the characters in such detail that the reader will feel they have known them personally.

Todd brilliantly crosses the thresholds of what we expect from the vampire world and delivers a new concept that will leave you spellbound. In Neesa, we walk through many adventures of her new undeath and watch as the battle between good and evil wars within. The battle to retain the light becomes the underlying theme of this novel, and you will find yourself cheering her on with each conflict she finds herself placed in.

We are also given a glimpse in Neesa about how the vampire curse affects her love interest, Wolf, during her transition. Wolf is a loveable character and you will feel your heart reach out to him, wanting to protect. With Wolf we discover the complexities of having to change roles in a relationship as Neesa becomes the stronger partner.

Neesa is a captivating story and will hold your attention until you reach the last page. As book one in a continuing series it was in this authors opinion, a great temptation and a must add to your library. 

                                               Review By Katrina Rose Author of "Connect's"                                     Beautiful Neesa. Her smile prompted me to open to the first chapter which is all it took to feel right at home in this modern day vampire story. I know what you’re thinking I’m female so this On the front cover of Neesa, A Vampire Story written by C.T. Todd is the portrait of the automatically says I’ve read all The Twilight series, except I would have to correct you by saying that I’ve not read a one. In fact, this is my very first vampire book that I’ve read, since I’m typically draw into stories about ghosts.  To my surprise there is even a chapter entitled ghost. It teases with little spooky history as an added bonus to this paranormal tale of good vs. evil.

Learning the author created his Neesa series from a nightmare could be the first scene when Neesa is attacked and automatically thrown into becoming a vampire to survive. The book symbolized the struggles we have within ourselves and face daily. Neesa battled her wills not wanting to give into the kill weighed heavily upon her shoulders, but so did the desire to stay alive.  Although the story does a good job of offering a little evil and darkness from time to time, I felt it uplifted and made me want to embrace love and life much more than I felt any darkness. However, when it had to speak the truth and be dark it did a good job without any overkill for those with sensitive stomachs.

Neesa is a sexy modern day vampire story drawing me into her, and her romantically sensitive and protective boyfriend Wolf.  The author writes such flirtations scenes between the two of them often outdoors, as he loves to recreate his love for hiking and nature within his story. The author has a way of making the butterfly feelings come rushing back like a giddy school girl which is one of the most endearing aspects to this book. Their romance is written with flirtation and not trashy, in fast it’s so refreshing and gives hope to all couples that their lives can be this alive and beautiful.  

Behind every good woman is not only a loyal and loving boyfriend but so is a BFF. Neesa doesn’t disappoint when she meets Hannah who quickly becomes her BFF, and vampire mentor who helps her transition daily into her new immortal life.  Their friendship and eternal sisterhood is inspiring, and strengthens the bond between women. Except since they are both vampires in the modern day world this bond comes with some problems associated with being hunters of the night. The author wrote some scenes with some humor behind the necessary functions of a vampire reminding us to laugh when faced with adversary.  

I really liked this sexy flirty nitty-gritty vampire story giving it 5 Stars because I felt it delivers a fun story about good vs. evil.  Neesa, A Vampire Story has a 4.5 rating on Amazon. This book is available in paperback $13.70, prime and on kindle for only $2.99. If you don’t have a Kindle I’d like to say Amazon has made it very easy adapting the book to your PC.

 http://www.amazon.com/Neesa-Vampire-Story-Series-ebook/dp/B005ESF5FS/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1365114261&sr=1-1

" Great Stuff!" - Wendy Starland: VH1 and MTV Artist, Host.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      "Awesome vampire series. This isn't your everyday vampire book. With amazing characters and  a addictive plot, you wont put this      down until you're at the back cover!" - Dan O'Connor.

" Loved it! Amazing! It's Fangtastic!!! Recommended it to all my friends!"- Lisa Marie Linder. Austria.

" I just finished reading Neesa, Awesome! I loved every page!" Shannon Finegan.

"Reading "Neesa" and I'm loving it! It's hard to put down! - Priscilla Lynn Jaramillo.

All Reviews are from people that actually read Neesa and not paid reviewers! 


2012 Kiss tour program & magazine
Fangoria Magazine
Authors With Bite 2011
The Gettysburg Experience Magazine 
Gettysburg Times
Interview with Fred Snyder on the WGET Morning Show
 

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