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Addicting, heart-warming, and thought-provoking. ‘Being Human’ is an original tale of love, friends and family that will have you questioning what it really means to be human, and wondering if the real monsters aren’t already in our midst. – Daniel A. Kaine, author of Dawn of Darkness
Being Human is everything other current vampire stories are not. Surprisingly touching, the story of Tommy trying to regain his humanity after being turned will have readers wanting to befriend him and help him learn to live again. – M.B. Mulhall, author of Near Death
For Tommy, there is only one thing he needs to do: survive.
Only surviving isn’t that easy. The hunt for blood can be tricky when humans know to fear the night. Desire sits on the edge of his mind, urging him to become the monster humans think he is. Vampire Forces, a special branch of police, is determined to turn every vampire to ash. Tommy included.
The only human Tommy can trust is his twin brother. A bond connects them, and with Danny’s help, Tommy starts to understand the human world he struggles to survive in. He’ll learn what friendships means and feel the sting of betrayal, find that sometimes the worst monsters are very human, and come to understand that family means more than blood.
Tommy just wants to survive and he knows what he needs to do. But with the number of humans that mean more to him than a meal growing, he’ll learn there’s more to life than simple survival. He’ll discover being human doesn’t mean being a human.
This reader would recommend it!
Being Human isn’t your typical vampire story. It’s a story about family, bonds and learning what it takes to be human. I love that it spans several years, but not an insane amount of time. This vampire isn’t hundreds of years old. The story is touching, entertaining and an overall good read. It gives you that paranormal fix you need but without shoving the same ole story in front of your face.
A great debut novel. Looking forward to what she puts out next! – M. B. Mulhall