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Stormi's Review: His Haven (Redemption #1) by Harper A. Brooks

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Publisher: Secret Cravings Publishing

Released: July 26, 2013

Genre: Historical, Paranormal

Length: 161 Pages

Format: eBook, Paperback

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Handsome and diligent Avrum Brenin should have died in the fire with his mother and older brother. Instead, he is saved by the powerful and wealthy immortal, Lord Henri. Placed under his care, Avrum shares in his world of endless splendors. He must do one thing in return—look after Haven, a human and Lord Henri's newest rescue. The simple task proves to be more complicated than it seems. Haven is disobedient, ungrateful, and hostile, yet she is beautiful and mystifying at the same time. One night, when Avrum stumbles across Haven barely clothed and bound at the wrists, the world he has trusted in unravels before his eyes. He soon discovers that no one—from Lord Henri and Haven to his closest friend, Lysander—are who they seem to be. Now faced with the truth, will Avrum choose to surrender to the man who rescued him, or will he have the courage to save the woman who captivated him?

Review - 5 Stars

This book was filled with hate and love. Haven is a young woman who is brought to the manor and is beaten and used. Avrum, while a vampire, is her unlikely savior. Together these two find love and work together to fight the evil lord who runs Greystone Manor. I found this book to be a very good read. It was so easy from page one to love both Haven and Avrum and so easy to hate Lord Henri. In my mind this book wasn't your normal vampire read. Many of the characters do not even know what they are. It gives the reader a bit of a different perspective. A different look from both perspectives, human and vampire. The ending couldn't have been any better, but I hate not knowing what happened to Lysander and the Emma. This book was very well written and was easy to read and enjoy. Once I picked it up, I did not want to put it down. So I want to say thank you for allowing me to read and review this book and I will definitely be recommending it in the future.

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