Seriously I have absolutely no idea if I could recommend this book. Although it was no time-wasting reading it.
A psycho vamp (don't ever use the word vamp because it is not what he is) wants to bite (kill) a woman. The woman says (trying to protect herself and to have more time to come up with a proper plan) "noo. don't use my blood, use me as your sexslave". This is what happens. She is the vamps prisoner for 14 days and is very often confused about her body's response when being used. at some point she develops a weird form of stockholm syndrome.
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once released she finds out about her pregnancy, goes back and -surprise- is imprisoned - again! So now she is forced to give birth to the baby. the way she is treated would ask for amnesty international. she tries to escape.gets her memory erased and is sent back home. it takes her years to find out what happened. once she has all the information she goes back there to get her kid. final showdown: she loves him, gets turned and is all happy family with him and the son. Hooray. Happy End!
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The book is very well written (actually it is a great style)and the characters do make sense within their characters
but the showdown is a giant NO GO!
I would rather not rate it (only review it- but amazon doesn't give me this option). It reminds me of
de Sade and Sacher-Masoch (there is no "real" SM but still enough of it). It is art, but has nothing to do with a good read in terms of having a happy place.
So if you are into storys about broken women's behaviour or/and need a vampire book you can discuss (with a lot of different (stereo)types) it is the right one.
But please DO NOT give this book to a young person (if you do want to: please read it yourself first). It is way too disturbing.
Well, maybe you find out yourself and let me know what you think?