Dead Camp 1 by Sean Kerr

5140s4E6EYL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_Title: Dead Camp 1

Series:  Dead Camp, #1

Author: Sean Kerr

Genre: Ghosts/ Historical/ Horror/ Paranormal/ Vampires/ Angels/ Demons

Length: 260 pages

Publisher: Extasy Books (December 22, 2015)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts

Blurb: Sometimes the past refuses to stay buried, and sometimes it comes back to bite you in the ass.

Eli is an ancient vampire with an ego the size of a planet and a sex drive to match, but his tumultuous past left him broken, so he hides from humanity and cowers from love, left to endure the crushing guilt that haunts his every waking moment. Even his best friend Malachi, a ghost who is hopelessly in love with Eli, remains unaware of all that transpired in London. Malachi can never know the truth.

When the Angel Daniyyel pays an unwelcome visit, Eli must face his secrets, secrets that he has tried so long to hide. To make matters worse, a chance encounter with the most beautiful man he has ever seen shatters his beloved isolation, pushing him into the world of the living once more.

Something about this strange man seems so familiar, but Eli can’t even remember who he was before he became a vampire, never mind explain the unwanted emotions the enigmatic stranger ignites in his dead heart.

So Eli has a choice—return to the world that ruined him, or continue his self-imposed exile with no hope of salvation.

ISBN: 978-1-4874-0569-4

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Reviewer: Shorty

Review: This is the first book in the Dead Camp series.

This was an interesting story. Eli an ancient vampire who has a past shrouded in mystery. There are a few characters in the book that aid Eli through his journey.

A mysterious young man shows up and Eli tries to remember if he knows him or not. He feels as though he should. I liked the history aspect of the story. It’s set in Germany when Nazi’s occupied it. So it definitely had its dark side throughout the story. There are Angels, demons, vampires and ghosts in this story.

There were surprising twists that had me on the edge of my seat awaiting the outcome. I loved the story except for the m/f part. Although I liked the book I did not like the brief m/f scene. There was no need for it and I’m an m/m reader only.

Great read.

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