Surge by Mechele Armstrong

Marroc is the first vampire ever made, so his followers put him into a deep sleep buried in a grave to keep him safe from his evil, power-driven ex-lover, Orrick. While in the grave, Marroc feeds on human life forces to keep alive until he is awoken by “the one”. The problem is that his long-time psychic, Daly, didn’t tell him who this one would be and all he has to go on are some riddled descriptions. Once Marroc finds “the one” then he can defeat Orrick and his minions for good, saving mankind from his cruelness. One more problem: it will take 1,000 years to find the one who will wake him. Throughout his slumber, he dreams of a vampire named Cheyenne with whom he begins to fall in love. Night after night, they have passionate dreams about each other that seem so real. Finally, Marroc awakes and tries to find Cheyenne because he believes she is “the one” that can help defeat Orrick. Cheyenne has schizophrenia so she lives with a group of vampire protectors who don’t want Marroc anywhere near her, especially Sarah who is like a sister to her. Can Marroc prove to her and the protectors who he really is and that his intentions are nothing but good before Orrick finds and destroys them all?

Cheyenne is a sweet, pretty, young vampire who has a problem dealing with what is real and fake due to her schizophrenia. She has been dreaming about Marroc for years, and when she finally sees him, it’s hard for her to believe he is real. Her good friend Sarah wants nothing but the best for Cheyenne and thinks Marroc is not any better than Titius, a horrible vampire who murdered her mother and took advantage of Cheyenne, leaving her in shambles. Although having a relationship with a dream man leaves her a little skeptical, Cheyenne has a good feeling about Marroc – if only her vampire family would allow it to happen.

Marroc is the first vampire and has an amazing power to feed on life forces instead of hurting or killing humans. For protection, he was buried in a grave for 1,000 years by his loyal human followers until he found the one which is believed to be Cheyenne. His tall height and muscular body with a strong presence makes him irresistible to Cheyenne. Can they find more in common than just amazing sex to make their relationship work?

This book had passion, conflict, drama and humor which makes it a great read. Cheyenne’s character was very believable because you saw her slowly losing control over her schizophrenia which was heartbreaking. You really want her to get better and feel so bad because the other characters in the story think she is insane and just a bother. That’s why I really liked Sarah’s character because she always took care of Cheyenne and stood up for her when everyone else was ready to give up. Their bond is powerful and it’s refreshing to see a relationship like that. Overall, I thought the concept of the story was good and I really liked the bitchy attitude Orrick had with everything – it was a nice choice of comic relief. You will understand what I mean when you read Blood Line 6: Surge, by Mechele Armstrong. Thanks, Mechele, for a very entertaining story!

Book Stats:

* e-book, digital format
* Publisher: Loose ID LLC
* Book Length: Novel
* Language: English
* ISBN: 978-1-60737-453-4

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Books in the Blood Lines series in the order they should be read:

Currents
Blood Kiss

Conduit

Crimson’s Rose

Night’s Journey

Bitter Love

Surge

Marroc is the first vampire ever made, so his followers put him into a deep sleep buried in a grave to keep him safe from his evil, power-driven ex-lover, Orrick. While in the grave, Marroc feeds on human life forces to keep alive until he is awoken by “the one”. The problem is that his …

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