The first book in the New Earth series is an intriguing futuristic vampire read with unique elements.
Humans are now extinct and the people of New Earth won’t acknowledge their hand in their eradication. Dr. Vaggo Blackmore is going to give his people back their long lives with… blood, human blood. Genesis Blackmore was genetically engineered in a lab and her father told her that the Federated Council sees her as a genetic mutation. She is a dark anomaly in sea of milky white skin, platinum blond hair and electric blue eyes. All Pars get their nourishment through blood plasma and find their match through tasting, forbidden by her father, Genesis can do neither and that’s never bothered her until now.
The plot starts out a little slow but quickly picks up momentum as the story progresses. There is lots of information given in the beginning that is vital to understanding this futuristic tale and while it may be a little slow paced and can be a little overwhelming at first it is very intriguing. The author engages the reader with vivid descriptions and intense detail that brings each scene to life and captures the imagination.
The compelling characters grab the reader’s attentions and are easily related to. Genesis is the main character the author gives her a personality that kind of sticks out from the others making sure the reader can easily empathize the heroine and totally gets totally caught up in her story. She has a couple of love interests but is torn by her upbringing and what her father has always told her and the sex scenes are hot and steamy.
The author has created a very intriguing futuristic fantasy world with different kind of vampires. I found the story to be riveting and entertaining and I feel that it has lots of potential for the future books in the series, but I must warn you the story does not have a happy ever after ending but Genesis’ story is far from over.