Review: Echoes of Blood by Fiona Glass

 “A gay New Romantic club in Liverpool harbours chilling secrets, drawing newly-single Daniel into a web of history, blood and deep desire. Only by going back to what he fears most will he find the love he craves.”

Cover Art Design: Fiona Glass

Synopsis:

Daniel Poole is a man on the run – from his ex-lover, from his civil partnership, from life itself. His flight takes him to his home city of Liverpool, to a job at the university, and to his old passion for dressing up. Colleague Edmund sends him to the Fallen Angel, a gay club that specialises in New Romance. There Daniel starts to live again.

He meets and falls for two different men: elfin Nick and the stunning Vincent, who take him under their wing. But when Vincent attacks him and drinks his blood, it’s left to grave young stranger Michael to help.

As rumours sweep the city of men being murdered, Daniel begins to fear for his sanity as well as his health. Who is the mysterious master who appears to control Vincent and Nick? And what is the link to the famous Ninth Legion of Rome, which disappeared?

Only by going back to what he fears most will Daniel find the answers he craves, and someone to fill his lonely sky.

Want to Be A Judge?

Echoes of Blood: The Loneliness of a Liverpool Vampire explores the journey of a young man who thinks he is at the end of his rope and is given a chance at new life by Fiona Glass.

Daniel’s journey and exploration into his own sexuality and life journey is interesting, mysterious, and entertaining. Glass balances known mystery and unknown with finesse. Glass also brings forth a poly relationship in a natural way which I love being a poly girl myself.

Echoes gives the reader a dramatic and lustful romance. It is a quick read and one you will not want to put down until you have finished it.  

I received an ARC of this book and I am writing a review without prejudice and voluntarily.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

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Further Details:
Publisher: Vitreous Press, 2020
Settings: Liverpool
Pages: 98; Sex: PG-13

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