Friday, November 27, 2015

Short Story Review: Sian's Solution (A Family Blood Ties Short Story, 0.5) by Dale Mayer


About the Story:

From Goodreads ~

This 9k word short story introduces you to my Family Blood Ties series. This is Sian and Taz's story. The books in this series are Vampire in Denial, Vampire in Distress, and Vampire in Design.

When a vampire discovers the human man she loves has been captured and hung in a blood farm, she goes against her own kind and risks everything to save him.

From Amazon ~

This 9k word short story was originally published in 2011 as part of the Entangled anthology - sold to raise money for Breast Cancer awareness.

Sometimes the depth of love is only understood when it is lost forever...

When a vampire discovers the human man she loves has been captured and hung in a blood farm, she goes against her own kind and risks everything to save him.

Sian Tallant is a scientist and a vampire. Her lover is a doctor and a human. Their relationship is taboo. Taz doesn't know that she is a vampire. But when she tried to break up with him, he followed her into vampire territory and was captured.

Now it is up to Sian to free the man she loves - even though he might hate her for what she is.

Story Information:

Kindle File Size: 186 KB
Print Length: 40 pages
Publisher: Valley Publishing (November 19, 2014)
Publication Date: November 19, 2014
ASIN: B00PYWE4EW

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My Review:

This short story focuses on a female vampire that has fallen in love with a human. Doing what she thinks is best, Sian dismisses her feelings for Taz and walks away. When she discovers an illegal blood farm and Taz as one of the captured victims, Sian decides to risk her life in order to save his.

Sian's Solution is a great introduction to Dale Mayer's Family Blood Ties series. The writing is well done and story is very interesting. Please note that I have not read any other books in this particular series by D.M. but overall, the content in Sian's Solution has piqued my interest enough to add them to my TBR pile.

Review copy purchased for free on Amazon.

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