Friday, January 1, 2010

A Conundrum....

Okay readers....
I received a book for review recently that I was very excited about reading...after I started reading it (about 5 pages in) I realized that this book was not all it seemed....or was more than it seemed...or something of the sort.

The book is titled Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider. It looks to be well written, but while listed as fiction/fantasy/paranormal, it is not listed as it should be, Christian Fiction.

I have no issues with Christian fiction, non whatsoever...but I'm not at all interested in it.

I would still like to have someone review this book, but someone who is remotely interested in it.

If any of my readers are interested in reading this book and reviewing it, I will send it to you, along with whatever information I have received about it.

Drop me a line at mybooksmylove @ if you're interested in reviewing the book. Here's the back of book description:

Bestselling author Beth Rider enjoys her fame as the South's newest literary star. That is until Jack Dawn, a real-life vampire, vows to kill her because of the vile redemptive message her book is bringing his people. The ancient race of bloodthirsty immortals to which Jack belongs, known as the Rakum, have spread evil among mankind since the Beginning. But Jack alone recognizes the novel's destructive potential and she must die.

Jack's proselyte Michael Stone was brought up from his youth to be strong, sensible and brutal. But at one hundred and thirty, Michael is old enough to appreciate his quiet and ordered life. When he stumbles upon the beautiful and apparently innocent Beth Rider, he is puzzled by his Elder's unreasonable actions against her. Instantly smitten, Michael takes it upon himself to protect her from the limitless lust of his brethren.

Facing the most terrifying trial of her life against creatures known only in fables, on simple woman will threaten the existence of a powerful and accursed people. In the climatic final battle, it is a race to the death, or if Beth has her way, a race to the life--of every Rakum who makes the choice.


  1. I've had that happen, start a book only to realize it's not for me. I used to be one of those individuals who had to finish a book no matter what, but time is to short to read or do things in which you have no interest.

  2. Same's happened for me! What a sticky situation...

  3. Hi, Melange! I also am not into Christian fiction. I don't think that I've ever liked a book in this genre. I'm sure you'll find someone who's willing to take on this review.

  4. From the author of Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider. Thank you for being gracious and professional regarding reviewing my novel; especially since you were surprised by the redemption/faith theme woven within. I apologize for misleading anyone. I was vague on the book cover to reach a wider audience. Because of your honesty and professionalism, I have realized a flaw in my marketing technique and am going to make things more clear on the back cover of the Rabbit sequel and subsequent books. I still hate to classify it as Christian lit. since I am not a Christian...and we all know it will be pigeon-holed in that genre. But I will endeavor to find a happy medium because I find merit and value in your opinion and these preceding comments. Thank you very much, Ellen C Maze, author Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider.


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