Review: Love's Prophecy by Brenda Dyer

Title: Love’s Prophecy
Author: Brenda Dyer
Publisher: Self / Indy
Series: The Prophecy, #1
Release Date: January 21st 2012
Genre: Romance, Paranormal
Pages: 310
Source: Purchased

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In the depth of time…

Lucifer vowed to destroy humans and take the Earth from The Creator. In secret, vampires were brought about to thwart Lucifer’s plan. Locked in a battle centuries old, vampires guarded The Creator’s children against annihilation from demons. But the era of a new breed of warrior needed to turn the tides of war has come. The time for the fulfillment of the Vampire Prophecy begins.

Dark warriors of might…

For Mel, a deadly vampire warrior sworn to hunt and kill demons in the dark streets of Vancouver, the mystery surrounding the Vampire Prophecy deepens when he meets Breeana, a human woman who not only bears the mark of the prophecy, but resembles the unknown woman haunting his dreams. A powerful link pulls him to her, overriding his willpower to stay away. When a vengeful demon spies Breeana in his arms, she is marked for death. To protect her, he must take her from the world she knows until he can eliminate the threat. But the real danger is the role Breeana must play in fulfilling the prophecy and the intense feelings she brings out in him. Mel is forced to choose between his obligations to his kind, the world, and the woman he loves.

Small warriors of light…

Veterinarian, Dr. Breeana Spencer is tired of being disappointed by love. Although love and a family is her greatest desire, she decides her career, friends, and romance novels are all she needs. But when she meets a mysterious stranger, she’s drawn to him by a connection so forceful it shatters all reason, leaving her incapable of resisting him. Yet there’s more to him than smoldering good looks and a rock-hard body. As she’s drawn deeper into his danger-filled world, she learns she’s part of an ancient vampire legend. Breeana fears her future is no longer hers and will not include Mel. A life altering choice is before her—one that will take all her courage and love to make.

I have to say, Love’s Prophecy is a unique and inspiring story about vampires, love, and destiny. At first I was a little on alert as it starts off with God and the angels / Lesser Gods, and as a Wiccan I worried that the religious tones would ruin the story for me. Boy, was I WRONG.

I loved the way she depicted all the Gods and how fate, free will, love, and need all interweave into a sexy, loving story of Breeana and Mel finding not just their way to each other but also in dealing with the Prophecy, and all the pain and fear it causes.

I don’t want to give too much away, but wow. Brenda spins a tale that kept me riveted to the page (and up well past midnight, lol) until the very last word. If you love a powerful romance, a hot man, and a little nummy fang action, then you have to pick up a copy of Love’s Prophecy today!

Brenda Dyer is married and a mother of two teenage boys. They live on a hobby farm in the small town of Sooke, located on the west coast of British Columbia, Canada.

Hobbies: Gardening, reading, spending too much time on face book, lake fishing, going to garage sales, and of course, writing.

Writing wasn’t something she aspired to do until five years ago. The characters featured in her novel, Love’s Prophecy, tortured her to the point where she couldn’t ignore them anymore, so she began typing up their story. She’s always had a good imagination and would make up stories in her mind, but the thought of writing seemed like a task too much for her. Little did she know writing would become her calling.

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    • Nichelle Williams on April 3rd, 2012 at 9:30 am

    Great review!

    1. It was easy with such a great book 😉

  1. What a wonder review.

  2. Great review and the book sounds amazing! Thanks for sharing with us!

    1. 😀 It was, hope you get a chance to read it!

    • Maggie O'Malley on April 3rd, 2012 at 7:01 pm

    Great review. Congrats.

    • Casea Major on April 3rd, 2012 at 7:33 pm

    Great review, Aine. This was a very good story!

    • Brenda on April 4th, 2012 at 1:47 pm

    Aine, thank you so much for the fantastic review. I really appreciate it. And thank you to everyone who stopped in.
    I’m just so thrilled!

  3. I read Love’s Prophecy not long ago and completely concur with your review, Mistress Anya. I too read well into the night and loved it. Great review for a great book.

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