Dark Heirloom

Dark Heirloom

J.D.Brown / Jun 16, 2019

Dark Heirloom You re a vampire is so not what Ema Marx wants to hear when she wakes from a two day coma in a cryptic yet exquisite castle in northern Finland Unfortunately it explains a lot Like why she s able to

  • Title: Dark Heirloom
  • Author: J.D.Brown
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  • You re a vampire is so not what Ema Marx wants to hear when she wakes from a two day coma in a cryptic yet exquisite castle in northern Finland Unfortunately, it explains a lot Like why she s able to see in the dark and walk through solid objects What she doesn t understand is why the other vampires expect her to have all the answers It s their fault she turned into You re a vampire is so not what Ema Marx wants to hear when she wakes from a two day coma in a cryptic yet exquisite castle in northern Finland Unfortunately, it explains a lot Like why she s able to see in the dark and walk through solid objects What she doesn t understand is why the other vampires expect her to have all the answers It s their fault she turned into one of themright Jalmari s hatred for his old man intensifies when he s ordered to bring that troublesome girl to their castle He has a clan to run there s no time for babysitting newborn vampires no matter how they were converted to their culture But when a two thousand year old premonition threatens to take the crown and his life, Jalmari sees no other choice than to take out the catalyst, Ema Marx Fortunately for Ema, she could also be the clan s only savior The race to figure out her vampiric origins is on And maybe she ll get the hang of the blood drinking gig along the way.

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        J.D Brown knows that vampires exist because she s dating one and no, he doesn t sparkle Unfortunately, he s not immortal either or maybe her standards are too low A magnet for subcultures and weirdness, J.D was that socially awkward girl with fictional friends than real ones As a child battling a hearing loss and a medical condition with no name, J.D found comfort in books where strong women always saved the day and got the guy An obsession with Charmed, Sabrina the Teenage Witch and Buffy the Vampire Slayer led J.D to believe that her mutated chromosome made her something , not something less Thus her stubborn flare to persevere was born A lover of fine cuisine, coffee, and shoes, J.D never understood why shoe stores don t serve Starbucks and souffl She resides in Wisconsin were she writes urban fantasy aka vampires for adults and has political debates with her dogs She loves to hear from fans and is active on Facebook AuthorJDBrown


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    1. Series Free on Kindle Unlimited. To lots of paranormal reads check out facebook/ParanormalBoAll up I found this one fairly annoying. The main character isn't too bad, and there's a fair amount of creatively worked circumstances. The fact was it dragged on too long in too many places with information overload, that wasn't truly necessary. This bogged down the story big time. Hence my skimming.I didn't enjoy this enough to consider going on to the next novel.


    2. Ema goes from being a woman cheated on by her boyfriend to having a scary guy try to kill her in an alley. Even though Ema escapes her life goes downhill from there. After being tracked down by scary guy Ema wakes up in Finland of all places. The worst part isn’t waking thousands of miles from home it’s being told she’s now a vampire. Ema can’t return to Chicago, her mother, or find closure with her ex-lover, Anthony. What does she do now?Ema Marx is an ordinary woman thrust into extraor [...]


    3. First let me say I did enjoy this read. My wife (who ironically won't watch zombie or gore movieske An Incovenient Truth) got me into vampire books more heavily than my casual enjoyment of the Vampire Hunter D animes. They are entertaining for their part, though I'm definitely more of an epic fantasy reader.The GoodJ.D. has a good handle on the technical writing. The story is first person from just a few main characters' points of view. She physically structures her prose to match the story it c [...]


    4. ughI had good expectations for this one but just seemed to be lacking in too many areas. the romance was basically non-existent. the storyline pretty vague and never really pulled me in. the characters seemed one dimensional. I doubt this will be a series I continue.


    5. This was a waste of my time the h/ was TSTL the author had a serious effort habit of info dumping throughout the book.


    6. I really did enjoy the story, but there are some things that could be improved in future works that I'd like to point out. What I did really enjoy was the sense of place and world building. Also the narration was excellent. What needs to be worked on:-Character development. They seemed a little flat. And some things they did were absurd for their characters.-The ending. Too many weird twists popped up in the end. I do like twists, but these seemed to not really connect with the main story.Overal [...]


    7. From readingandwritingurbanfantasy.2.5 starsAt a GlanceDark Heirloom was exciting from the beginning then it lagged for the majority of the book and picked up a little at the end. This book had potential that it didn't quite reach. The GoodEma is mysteriously turned into a vampire. She is taken far away from her life and pretty much held prisoner for reasons unknown. The master of the house hates her but the brother is nice. The brother, Jesu, starts to teach Ema how to enhance her new vampire a [...]


    8. Enjoyable YA story. Ema becomes a vampire and does not know how it happened. Nice touches of genetics, geneology and history along with vampire lore.The characters need more development and I am hoping to see this in the next novel


    9. With complicated characters, a “How did I become a Vampire” mystery, a few personality conflicts, some “budding romance” moments and a demon entity living within his vampire son’s mind, one would think that being held captive upon finding out you are now a vampire would be a little overwhelming, but Ema is no shrinking violet! So what if she gags at the thought of drinking blood, that is, until she gets a bag or two in her hands. I also wouldn’t call the main character, Ema a complet [...]


    10. This book was a freebie I picked up on instafreebie. I went into this series with no expectations and was pleased at how good it was. It is the story of Ema Marx and how she went from being a human to finding out she was actually born a vampyre. We see what she goes through as she discovers her powers and hear the prophecy of her future. I am looking forward to the next book.


    11. Dark Heirloom is your standard Vampire book. Now I should preface this with the statement that I really enjoy vampire books. The only reason I said this one is standard is because it stays pretty close to the typical vampire lores. Now I did really like the explanation of the different clans and the description of the evolution of the creatures. I especially enjoyed learning about the various powers and abilities the vampire clans have. Ema is a very strong willed character. I liked her a lot. B [...]


    12. This is a good beginning to the Ema Marx series! It's an interesting twist to the same old vampire story. The characters are well developed. We easily fall in love with the lovable characters and instantly hate the villains. Ema was being chased by supernaturals all of a sudden wakes up as a vampire and has no idea what happened. She is brought to a castle by the person she is sure wants her dead. But why?There she meets Jesu and he instantly takes to her and begins to rest her to see what kind [...]


    13. I absolutely loved this book! It grabs you from the very first page and sweeps you through to the end. I had a hard time breaking myself away from the story to do that pesky sleeping and working thing, and could have easily read it through in one sitting. J.D. has invented a intriguing vampire history and it certainly made me think of gypsies in an entirely new way. I adored her characters and with the open ending I'm thrilled to know there will be a second book so that I can delve a little deep [...]


    14. I absolutely loved this book! It grabs you from the very first page and sweeps you through to the end. I had a hard time breaking myself away from the story to do that pesky sleeping and working thing, and could have easily read it through in one sitting. J.D. has invented a intriguing vampire history and it certainly made me think of gypsies in an entirely new way. I adored her characters and with the open ending I'm thrilled to know there will be a second book so that I can delve a little deep [...]


    15. This book is surprisingly very good and well put together. The author touches on things that most authors in this genre forget about and really gets you thinking on how it feels to be in each character's shoes. This book also touches on theories that I've contemplated before about origins of the race. I highly recommend to any new coming readers looking for a refreshing new take on on vampires.


    16. This book was over the top good. It has depicted the next phase of this series where Apolliyon is supposedly dead. But not all evil dies in a traditional way, and now Jalmari and Jesu are grown men dealing with their own secrets where Ema is concerned. Jesu saw her in a premonition that meant the destruction of his father and Jalmari, but how can that be when his father is already dead. Twists and suspense are strong factors in this story and once again gives you a completely different outlook o [...]


    17. The writing was good enough, but the story went on and on. I think this author needs an editor. Worse, the main character is not someone you can easily like. She selfish, clueless, and scared throughout the novel. I never really liked her. I don't see the point of reading any more of this series.The heroine, Ema, was attacked by a vampire, but not bitten, and then she turned into a vampire anyway. WEIRD, even from the vampire's perspective. Someone tells the vampire to keep her alive, and he has [...]


    18. First off, I have to say I love this book. It is so descriptive, you can actually feel yourself in the middle of it all. It is written by multiple points of view. Ema Marx is a woman who was nearly murdered by vampyres twice in 24 hours. She is swept up from Chicago and ends up in Europe with vampyres and vampires. They want to know who sired her before they kill her, but she has never been bitten. They kill all Romani offspring they find, but she is not killed on orders of Jalmari, who is posse [...]


    19. J.D. Brown pulls you right in from page 1 with Ema being assaulted in an alley not once but twice back to back days. Then she wakes up in another country! All in the first chapter!So Ema becomes a Vampire and no one knows which clan she is from. Which I like that there are different clans of vampires and vampyres. Never known of a difference. I feel so bad for Jalmari with Apollyon in his head giving him commands that has to be followed weather Jalmari wants to or not. It gets sketchy in one sce [...]


    20. Dark Heirloom (An Ema Marx Novel, #1)J.D. Brown*Disclaimer I received this book as an ARC. This review is my own words and feelings about this book*This book was a faced paced entertaining story with vampires a little different then the ordinary. That is what I liked best about this supernatural storyline. It was slightly different. Very entertaining and makes you want to read what happens next. It’s not all love and hero’s save the day. It was real, and gritty and not just sunshine and rain [...]


    21. Could not put downI can't wait to see what happens next. Ema thinks is is just a girl from Chicago only to find out she is the descendant of a evil Vampyre named Apollyon . She first meets his son Jalmari and the his son Jesu. What comes next is a great story . That has a whole new twist on Vampires and history . I can't wait to get my hands on the next one to see where it will take me. Loved it.


    22. I thought this book was absolutely intriguing. Ema Marx is an incredible character. the book kept me wanting more. I was on the edge of my seat waiting to read what's going to happen next. Absolutely loved it. I received this book free in exchange for an honest review.


    23. Wow I was thrilled to have read this. The characters were great and how the mystery surrounds them. I was gripped from the start and couldn't put the kindle down. I wonder what will happen next, I cannot wait to find out. I was given this book as an arc for a honest review


    24. It was a refreshing look at a world I thought I knew fairly well. There were aspects in it that were classic vampire that has been done a thousand time but then there were the bits that came out of nowhere and managed to stun me. Loved it and will recommend to other vampire loving friends.


    25. This book was a great read. The characters were detailed and interesting. The plot was a bit confusing but helped make the story capture your attention. Can't wait to read the next book. I love Ema.


    26. So that's how it came about! I don't want to give a spoiler so I will just say, "You've got to read this book! ". You will be shocked when you find out how it happened.


    27. Interesting. A different way to look at vampires. Well written and an enjoyable read. I would suggest this book to anyone that likes to read Anita Blake novels.


    28. Love at first readAbsolutely brilliant plotline that in my reading knowledge hasn't been done, or overdone, before. Definitely worth reading. Great book and great series.


    29. A great take on vampiresLet me tell you the book is great, I read the second book first, It can be read out of sequence but I don't recommend it. If you like vampires read this series.


    30. Good book but felt like something was missing. Can't wait to read the next in the series to see if it catches there. On a note: Loved the cat idea.


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