Scent and Shadow: an Aether Vitalis Novel

Scent and Shadow: an Aether Vitalis Novel

Mercy Loomis / Sep 17, 2019

Scent and Shadow an Aether Vitalis Novel No soulmates No love triangles No sparkles Madison WI When vampire Gabriel Chapel decides to take on a fledgling he knows not just anyone will do Newly turned vampires kill at least one person

  • Title: Scent and Shadow: an Aether Vitalis Novel
  • Author: Mercy Loomis
  • ISBN: 1230000113818
  • Page: 458
  • Format: ebook
  • No soulmates No love triangles No sparkles.Madison, WI 1999 When vampire Gabriel Chapel decides to take on a fledgling, he knows not just anyone will do Newly turned vampires kill at least one person a night for the first decade or so a fate most humans could never adjust to For college student Amanda Bairns, nothing is important than finally taking control of hNo soulmates No love triangles No sparkles.Madison, WI 1999 When vampire Gabriel Chapel decides to take on a fledgling, he knows not just anyone will do Newly turned vampires kill at least one person a night for the first decade or so a fate most humans could never adjust to For college student Amanda Bairns, nothing is important than finally taking control of her life But when Gabriel forces her to drink his blood, Amanda is pulled deeper and deeper into a supernatural underworld she never knew existed, where mages have their fingers in local government, shapeshifting faeries control infrastructure, and aether rich ley lines attract a host of creatures welcome and unwelcome With the vampire s blood coaxing her to become a murderer, Amanda has four weeks to discover which means her freedom and humanity, or the power Gabriel offers But neither Gabriel nor Amanda realize Amanda is a pawn in a much bigger contest one which could have lethal consequences not only for the two of them, but for the entire city Contains violence, explicit sex.

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      • Mercy Loomis

        Mercy Loomis grew up in a haunted house, and has had quite enough of ghosts for one lifetime, thank you Though she now lives in a 150 year old house, it is remarkably ghost free That, or they re staying on the down low She doesn t care which Mercy finished writing her first vampire novel when she was in middle school, and hasn t stopped writing about them since She loves stories about the paranormal because monsters are scary, but less scary than real people Or at least less depressing.Mercy graduated from the University of Wisconsin Madison one class short of an accidental certificate in Folklore She credits her love of mythology to her mom reading Greek myths as bedtime stories, and her love of fantastical adventure stories to watching cheesy movies with her dad Her love of history and coffee is completely her husband s fault, but she doesn t know who s to blame for the fascination with physics She guesses that hanging out with Dad while he butchered deer also had an effect on her character, but exactly what effect, she leaves up to the reader.See what Mercy s up to and find links to her other work at mercyloomis.


    216 Comments

    1. 4–Shockingly Good–starsI'm shocked and somewhat alarmed that I actually liked this book. In fact, I couldn't put it down and stayed up all night reading it. This book is not for the faint of heart. It's a paranormal romance, but mostly a vampire horror story. It's gory, violent, sexually explicit, and appalling at times. However, it's also slightly romantic, unique, fascinating, engrossing, provocative, and deliciously aberrant.There were times the prose and plot felt slightly convoluted and [...]


    2. This is a Quickie Review. For the full review, please visit The Romanceaholic.Expected Release Date: October 17, 2011 (Available Now!)Publisher: Self PublishedAuthor’s Website: mercyloomis/My Source for This Book: GiftPart of a Series: NoSeries Best Read In Order: N/ASteam Level: SteamyMadison, WI, 1999.College student Amanda Bairns is finally about to take control of her own life. Getting her degree and finally getting out from under her mother’s thumb should mean this is one of the happies [...]


    3. ~~~ 2.5 STARS OR 5.5/10 ~~~It's very refreshing reading about vampires that act like vampires. I admit, when Twilight came out I was a huge fan and read all the books in the series. Then, like following like, many vampire novels followed the same trend of the repentant, animal eating vegetarian that has feelings and moments of acute humanity. There's of course nothing wrong with that. But vampires by definition are predators, MEANT to hunt and devour humans. This is what I miss, so I try to find [...]


    4. 4 1\2This is the story of a sociopath. This is the story of a serial killer. This is the story of a monster.All of the phrases above are true. All of the phrases above are true for one or the other of the 2 leading characters. This is a dark, dark book, almost a parody of a romance. There are no heroes and heroines here. If you think what I said is bad, you are wrong. This is not criticism, it's a praise. But if you like puppies and flowers and sunny HEAs, stay well clear of Scent and Shadow. Th [...]


    5. Check out my review and a few teasers here: frommetoyouvideophoto/2011/11/feasted-on-scent-and-shadow-by-mercyml


    6. I totally enjoyed this book! It's refreshingly different from any of the paranormal stuff I've been reading. I will positively be looking for more books by Mercy Loomis!



    7. It was very interesting to read. I liked it a lot for the fact that it wasn't all sunshine and rosy hearts. However, if a book is going to be more about the horror and gruesome side of vampirism, I wish the heroine committed to the dark side sooner. Loved the ending. Wish it would've happened earlier in the book. No real complaints, really fun read!



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