• by May Sage
  • Narrated by Lisa Zimmerman, Kale Williams
  • 3 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The world belongs to vampires now, and 21-year-old small town girl Fay Turner thought it meant that every human like her was destined to be a slave or a servant.
Then, William, an ancient vampire, came and set her free.
Enrolled in the prestigious New York Academy, alongside humans and vampires alike, she learns that she wasn't one amongst many; she was a victim. Never again. Her goal: becoming kick-ass. Then, maybe she'll somehow manage to tell the man who saved her everything she needs to say.
Developing an infatuation while solving a crime linked to an influential patriarch - and earning plenty of enemies in the process - is probably not a great idea; it doesn't stop William. He just can't help himself, wherever he goes, Fay is foremost in his mind, consuming him until he knows he has to have her.
Age of Blood is a series of steamy, paranormal romance novels with dark and explicit content.
Each book is a stand-alone.


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Customer Reviews

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Great start

I love vampires and grab almost every book with them in it. However, this one surprised me a little. I didn't think I would like it as much as I did because of how short it was. But it was really good and drew me in. Faye is a sweet woman who is learning who she is and what she wants in this world. Love a strong female lead that knows asking for help doesn't make you weak.

William is an old vamp with a taste for sex and protection. He doesn't see humans as only a meal ticket but as equals. He saves them one at a time.

I don't have much to say without spoilers but I really did enjoy this book. Oh the narration was spot on! Great job!
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- Amy My Book Obsession

Vampires Rule

This is the first May Sage book/audio I've experienced. I thought the PNR world created was really interesting and the characters were pretty sexy. I would have like to see more action between Faye and William honestly, but this book definitely set up their world and introduced me to something I'd like to read more about. I thought the narration for this audio book was right on the money. Both narrators were engaging and didn't just talk or drone through the story. Since I'm picturing Williams as a more masculine alpha type of character, a deeper voice may have helped a bit, but it was still really good. I would recommend to others for sure.
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- Pam T

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-23-2016
  • Publisher: May Sage