Sunday, June 26, 2016

Book Review: Wordless

Title - Wordless
Author - May Sage
Series - Age of Blood #1
Genre - Paranormal Romance
Published - May 6th 2016
Publisher - Sage House
Format - Kindle
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The vampires took over, and twenty-one-year-old small town girl Fay Turner had thought it meant that every human like her was destined to be a slave or a servant. 
Then, William came and set her free. 
Enrolled in the Academy, alongside humans and vampires alike, she learns that she wasn’t one amongst many; she was a victim.
Never again. Her goal: becoming kick-ass. Then, maybe she'd somehow manage to tell the vampire who saved her everything she needs to say.

William is currently solving a crime linked to an influential patriarch, and earning plenty of enemies in the process. Now is the worst time to develop an infatuation, yet he just can't stop thinking of Fay.

Thankfully for both of them, she seems to be the only woman in the world who isn't attracted to him.


Fay’s world changed 15 years ago when the vampires announced that they existed. The humans attempted to fight back against the vampires but things went horribly wrong instead turning them into slaves. Forced at a young age to grow up Fay has lived as a slave for the master vampire, her blood pure because she’s still a virgin. When a vampire arrives with blue eyes Fay can’t deny the attraction to the ancient one. William isn’t like Fay’s current master he doesn’t treat humans like slaves. 

When William leaves Fay’s home he brings her with him because he can’t deny the strange attraction to her either. Fay doesn’t know what to expect leaving the vampire but upon arriving in New York at his penthouse it’s clear her life is going to be far from what she expected. Given a new chance at life to live the life she has been denied she finds herself at the academy, getting tattoos and even thinking about training to fight. Will Fay be able to leave William or will he let her go?

I like Fay having grown up with the life she’s had a kind hand is exactly what she needed. I like the unique chemistry between William and Fay it’s more than just victim and savior. I liked seeing Fay grow into herself after leaving her old life behind. I like that William may be a vampire but he’s still a good guy with a good heart. Together they just work so well, and complement each other. I like some of the supporting characters they really just work well together. 

I loved the cover right from the start so I had to give it a shot. I’m not a huge fan of the concept of slaves even if it’s more of a vampire blood slave. However William redeems the story by being the good guy a vampire Knight who doesn’t agree with Fay’s prior master and does what he can to fix it. We had a little insight into future characters in future books, and I’m curious to see where they will go from here. I enjoyed the author’s writing style while the concept is a little taboo for me it’s done in a way that I didn’t mind it. A steamy captivating novel that touches on sensitive subjects but gives a happy ever after that just works so well. 

1 comment:

  1. Awesome review this book is really new too me, but it looks and sounds absolutely fantastic and right up my alley. Thank you for your great post.