Monday, July 23, 2012

Stolen Sun (The Juliana Lucio Series)

Stolen Sun: The Juliana Lucio Series
Stolen Sun (The Juliana Lucio Series)
Author: L.C. DeCarlo
Adult Book
(Amy's Review)
4 out of 5 Stars


Dr. Juliana Lucio is violently attacked, and turned into a creature of the night, now she's fighting to protect her son from becoming the same.

Late one night following her shift in the emergency department, Dr. Juliana Lucio is violently attacked and left for dead. To her surprise she wakes up to find she has been turned into a creature of her dreams--a vampire. Now, two new master vampires are in town and want to use Juliana’s unusual abilities to further their own plans of destruction. Because of Juliana's refusal to join them, they set their sights on Juliana's teenage son, and they don't plan on leaving town until he has fangs of his own.

Juliana is then forced to turn to the woman who stole her life, and family, to get her help in protecting them. Can Juliana, her Sire, and her sire's sexy best friend stop the powerful master vampires before they take her son . . . or will none of them make it out alive?

I really enjoyed this starter book for The Juliana Lucio Series.  I enjoyed it so much I read it in one day.  This book is about Juliana who is a normal human mother and wife who gets turned into a vampire by Ana.  Ana is a old vampire who has never sired anyone before.  Along with trying to teach Juliana the ways of being a vampire, Ana has secrets of her own.  Juliana is desperate to try to keep her human family but realizes she can only do that from a distance.  While watching over her family in secret, she has unknowingly put them in danger, especially her 16 year old son Christian.   A very powerful vampire Nathanial and his companion Victoria want Juliana.  She has powers as a vampire that none other have.  Nathanial and Victoria have threatened to turn Christian or make him a slave unless Juliana joins them.  Juliana will need the help of Ana and William to keep her son safe.  This story will suck you in because it starts from the beginning.  You get to see the character begin and grow from her change.  This allows you as the reader to become engrossed wanting to see the character develop.  I can't wait to see how Juliana continues on her journey.

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