A Violet Fire



A Vampire Tale With A Heady Mix Of Defiance And Doubt, Rebellion And Romance Kirkus ReviewsIn The Vampire Stratocracy Of Cain, Human Blood Is Scarce For Centuries, Councils Have Sought To Assuage The Blood Shortage By Enslaving And Breeding Humans, Turning Them Into Profitable Supply Units For The Rich And The Abled Today, Eighteen Year Old Wavorly Sterling Is Officially A Supply Unit, Bound To Serve Her Blood Willingly To Her Master For The Rest Of Her Life One Of Only Few Humans That Was Not Bred In Cain, Wavorly Knows Freedom Better Than Anyone, And She Is Determined To Escape The Clutches Of Her Oppressors, Even If By The Hands Of Death But Surprises Lay Beyond Every Certainty, And Within Every Doubt Where Wavorly S Hatred For Both Vampires And Her Enslavement Once Flowed Free As Blood, It Merely Trickles As She Grows To Admire Her Reserved, Yet Receptive Master And Savior, Anton Zein Although Warmed By Comforts Never Felt Before, Danger Still Lurks In The Castle, And A Prophecy Calls From Beyond The Walls Of A Lavender Gate Concealing The Horrific Secrets Lodged Between Handsome Smirks And Cinereous Eyes It Will Take Everything Within Wavorly To Face Her Fears And Her Doubts To Harness The Truth Of Her Past Despite What That Means For Her Future The Only Question Is, Will She Set In A Richly Detailed World Of Fantasy, A Violet Fire Is A Gripping Journey Filled With Passion, Betrayal, Lies, And The Encouragement We All Need To Take A Stand For Our Freedom No Matter The CostA Violet Fire

To contact me regarding offers, rights, or business, please email me here ambyrlane gmail.comKelsey Quick is 27 years young with a burning desire to create complex worlds apart from our own She does not kill any pets in her books at least not yet so no worries there, nor does she spend her time figuring out how to best ruin your day as a reader Really, she merely writes fantasies with deep ch

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  • Paperback
  • A Violet Fire
  • Kelsey Quick
  • English
  • 01 January 2017

10 thoughts on “A Violet Fire

  1. says:

    I received this from Netgalley for an honest review All thoughts and feelings expressed are my own This is quite possibly the worst book I ve read in 2019 I was intrigued by the comparison done with The Handmaid s Tale and A Court of Thrones and Roses but it does not even compare to those two The writing drags on, our main character Wavorly is bratty, unlikeable and is even lowkey slut shamey She dislikes girl a lot than she dislikes men in the same conditions Zein is instantly dislikeable, the background story we are given is bloody And it does not feel real I don t fall for it I was hoping for an awesome vampire story with awful vampires but I didn t get that The breeding houses is the only similarity I can make to The Handmaid s Tale but all in all, they aren t that comparable at all There is also an element of The Chosen One and God and honestly, just awful shit I think you would enjoyment of throwi...

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    Review to come

  3. says:

    Thank you Netgalley and DB Management for sending me a digital copy of A Violet Fire This book is quite different from typical vampire stories In a world ruled by vampires, Wavorly is a mere human, trained to become a supply unit humans who provides blood to the vampires for the dark brooding Lord Anton Zein, one of the five rulers of the vampire nation, who rescued her years ago from an attack of rogue vampires But just because Wavorly owes her life to him does not mean she is willing to serve as his slave and live to feed his blood lust She loathes him and chooses to defy him in every way she can but as she spends time with him, she starts to question whether he really is the monster she thought him to be But in this ruthless world ruled by bloodsucking monsters, things are not the way they seem Soon her life takes an unexpected and dangerous turn as she learns about sinister plots and hidden prophecies SPOILERS AHEAD I was quite torn on whether to give it a 4 star or 5 star, so i guess I am settling for 4.5 stars This book gave me everything I needed dark and forbidden romance, chosen one, c...

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    I really enjoyed this book The main character s name is Waverly and as you read through the book her early life story starts to emerge The complexity of her past and how she survived it and continues to try too not only survive, but live, in a society where humans are not the dominant species She grows from a rebellious young girl to a woman with a purpose I don t want to say about the plot because I don t want to give anythin...

  5. says:

    Vampires are really letting me down in 2019 Is this replacing my mermaid disappointment trend of 2018

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    I received an ARC of A Violet Fire via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.1.5 starsThe premise of this story didn t sound all too bad to me Even while I was reading I was still hopeful that, at some point, maybe the story would grip me and I would start feeling entertained That point was probably at around 85% into the book, which is when I started feeling entertained because of the whole mess that started to unfold The actual main plot, a supposedly huge twist in the MC Wavorly s identity, starts in the last 15% of the story, cramming a whole lot of information in about 4 pages, followed by an action sequence that I mainly skimmed through.I can honestly say that I was disappointed in a sad sort of way when the plot twists were all revealed, simultaneously, at the end Besides the fact that I had or less figured them all out before they were revealed which can happen, no huge book breaking problems there , they were just smushed into the book quickly right before it ended, while the first 3 quarters of it didn t really have much substance If the actual plot that was introduced at the end was spread ou...

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    An e ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher to this user in exchange for an honest review All opinions stated in this review are mine and mine alone THIS BOOK I never expected to be so invested in multiple books just one after the other but in my case, it happened This book got me hooked and reading through it was a hell of a roller coaster ride Okay, at first, I didn t have much expectations for this one because a vampiric dystopia sounds like a odd combination to me since I really expect vampires to belong in like fantasy or urban fantasy but wow A Violet Fire somehow made these two blend together to become a very interesting combination I liked the world building since it was so dark and foreboding and it is very atmospheric and draws you in quickly Imagine, vampires ruling over what remains of the earth and having humans be at their beck and call and become livestock YEESH The story immediately drew me in because it started quickly We get Waverly, whose a human rescued by the ever my...

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    ARC received from Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review.You can view this review others on my blog www.speakingofspellbooks.comWell I m torn with this one I really wanted to love this book and there were points where I thought yeah I really dig it but then several where I found myself really struggling to get on board.My initial thoughts about Wavorly are that she s a pretty cool chick We encounter her attempting to carry out a bold and fearless escape from the Stratocracy of Cain and her vampire overlords , where humans are bred, and then kept as slaves blood bags until they lose their looks and get sent off to breed themselves.Unfortunately, this opinion fades pretty quickly We re treated to a bit of a spectacular info dump about 4% into the book, courtesy of two characters that turn up for absolutely no reason at all, other than to say As you know to each other and then leave, somehow giving us too much and far too little information about this world all at once.This lack of world building continues through most of the book We re drip fed certain details and slapped round the face with other, often inconsequential details, causing me to spend a lot of time trying to figure out what the rules of this fantasy world actually are Why all the French That being said,...

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    ARC was provided in exchange for an honest review I enjoyed this book It did have kind of A Shade of Vampire feel to it, but it was definitely darker The word building was good I liked the world the author built The h was probably close to the dumbest person alive She acted like a spoiled ungrateful brat I liked Zein q little better, but honestly i just couldn t connect with either main ...

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    I struggled on weither to give this a 4 or 5 star rating Ultimately I am selecting 5 Let me start by saying I LOVE vampire books I have had a long time love for all things vampire so this struck my interest instantly This book started out much different than most vampire books I have read The H is slightly annoying in the fact that her desire to escape seems to outweigh everything including self preservation.Zein.awww.Zein I shall claim you as my book boyfriend I know I should not like him He is not such a nice man really but I just can t help myself I am very anxious to read and do hope he redeems himself in future books There were two thing that made me question the rating, 1 The ending felt a bit rushed and perhaps a little out of place 2 At times I felt like thinga were overly detailed for my liking However I decided that with another book...

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