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Yvette told Zane “I hope you fell in love with your worst enemy”. Little did Zane know how true her words would ring. Zane’s Redemption is exciting, passionate, soul redeeming book.
Zane is a fierce warrior who doesn’t believe he deserves to be loved because of what was drilled into him as a young man inside of a concentration camp. He has become a jaded, cold, violent vampire whose only motive in life is to kill those that wrong him and his family. He believes his heart can’t love again until he meets the young innocent Portia that tempts him like no woman ever has. Portia is a hybrid (half human, half vampire) determined to lose her virginity before her body set into its final vampire form. No man has ever made Portia body sizzle like Zane has and she is determine to learn more about the man than just a physical attraction.
I am a huge fan of all the Scanguard books so this was no exception. But of all the books in the series, this book was the most beautifully written with a heartbreaking back story. Zane was scarred not only emotionally but mentally as well. Portia has her work cut out for him, trying to save Zane but it’s worth it in the end. To say that I enjoyed this book is an understatement. This book is a great addition to any PNR fan that loves, romance, excitement, a little suspense, some hot sex scenes and a HEA to top it off.
It’s worth a download. All the books in this series are worth a download. Love them!
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Would you consider the audio edition of Zane's Redemption to be better than the print version?
Both the print and audio were amazing.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Zane's Redemption?
Zane coming to terms with his past.
What does Kevin Foley bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
He brings the story to life
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Any additional comments?
One of the best books in this series. I love Zane!!!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
This book is a very special one, Tina married fact and fiction beautifully. It ddosnt make light of the dark history it represents but not does it wallow in the misery of that time. The characters are strong and give life to the book. I'm going to start with Porsches father he is not the man you expect. At first you believe like most father's he's a protector and loves his daughter with no question. But when his daughter confronts him in a fact made known to her by her best friend you see a side to him that is more then a bad guy although the twists in this story may make you wonder where it is going but stay with it it's worth the wait.
Ok porshe her self is not what she seems either she at first comes across as a shy residing girl who followed what her farther days goes to her college lessons and all in all is an a student but later she seems brattish and shallow only to be the second strongest character in the book.
Zane what can I say finally i understand his lone wolf approach to his life his need to gaurd what he loves as well as protect who he is. You glimpse the man who became a monster in his own mind only to find that he wasn't the monster he thought he was.
This book touch's on the true horror of the holocaust and the men who caused it and the people who lived it. I'm not Jewish but being disabled had i lived at that time I too could have found myself in a concentration camp as did many others gypsys, gays,lesbiens etc for it wasn't just religious beliefs that landed you there. It was the idea of a mad man who played God with his country and all those he invaded. This book reminds us it should never happen again.