Split Blood: The Ancient Codex - Part One (Book #1 ) - COMPLETED

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Louise By FantasyFairy Completed
When Faith’s mother starts organising the second stage of her arranged marriage to wizard, Damien, Faith knew she needed to escape, so she used her school as a place to retreat. 
    
    Throughout her after school duties, she meets the intense, alluring Rohan, who changes her life forever. 
    
    With his ice cold skin, transfixing eyes and enchanting voice, Rohan took hold of Faith’s heart and soul as soon as they looked at each other. 
    
    She knew it was wrong. 
    
    They were from two different circles and if the Elder’s found out, the consequences would be catastrophic for all involved, but the more time they spent together, the stronger they’re love grew, until one day someone sees them and they are forced to go on the run together. 
    
    Will their love be strong enough to combat their conflicting mythical needs? And what will they do when Faith is dealt a life threatening blow that forces her to make a heartbreaking decision? 
    
    INTENSELY PASSIONATE WITH EXTRAORDINARY TWISTS AND TURNS, SPLIT BLOOD IS A LOVE STORY WITH A DARK MYTHICAL DIFFERENCE 
    
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    ***OTHER STORIES BY LOUISE HERMAN***
    
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    2) The Orcus Games: Mistress V (Book 2 in The Orcus Games Trilogy) - YA Fantasy Vampire Story
    
    3) The Orcus Games: New Awakening (Book 3 in The Orcus Games Trilogy) - YA Urban Fantasy Story
    
    ***NOTE***
    
    This book is available on Amazon and Smashwords (like the other books by Louise Herman but the front cover for this story is different on Wattpad to the other book websites because I'm testing some new ideas with my covers!
I was quite intrigued by the story. Your descriptions of the ritual and chanting were very adequate so I knew exactly what was going on the whole time. You did a good job capturing the mood and setting. The only suggestion I have is where you describe the two sisters. It's one long, continuous sentence, but it should probably be broken into two sentences. Other than, that you did a really good job. The story shows promise of a gripping plot.
I was quite intrigued by the story. Your descriptions of the ritual and chanting were very adequate so I knew exactly what was going on the whole time. You did a good job capturing the mood and setting. The only suggestion I have is where you describe the two sisters. It's one long, continuous sentence, but it should probably be broken into two sentences. Other than, that you did a really good job. The story shows promise of a gripping plot.
I was quite intrigued by the story. Your descriptions of the ritual and chanting were very adequate so I knew exactly what was going on the whole time. You did a good job capturing the mood and setting. The only suggestion I have is where you describe the two sisters. It's one long, continuous sentence, but it should probably be broken into two sentences. Other than, that you did a really good job. The story shows promise of a gripping plot.
I was quite intrigued by the story. Your descriptions of the ritual and chanting were very adequate so I knew exactly what was going on the whole time. You did a good job capturing the mood and setting. The only suggestion I have is where you describe the two sisters. It's one long, continuous sentence, but it should probably be broken into two sentences. Other than, that you did a really good job. The story shows promise of a gripping plot.
I was quite intrigued by the story. Your descriptions of the ritual and chanting were very adequate so I knew exactly what was going on the whole time. You did a good job capturing the mood and setting. The only suggestion I have is where you describe the two sisters. It's one long, continuous sentence, but it should probably be broken into two sentences. Other than, that you did a really good job. The story shows promise of a gripping plot.
I was quite intrigued by the story. Your descriptions of the ritual and chanting were very adequate so I knew exactly what was going on the whole time. You did a good job capturing the mood and setting. The only suggestion I have is where you describe the two sisters. It's one long, continuous sentence, but it should probably be broken into two sentences. Other than, that you did a really good job. The story shows promise of a gripping plot.