Book Review: The Blood of Cain by T.L. Gray

Teagan Dacre loves fast cars, loud music and beautiful women, however he carries a secret that keeps him isolated from the general population; he has strange silver eyes, heals really fast and hasn’t aged in over a hundred years.
The darkest secret of all – he has a blood thirst that must be satisfied by each new moon.

Believing himself unique, Teagan’s world gets turned upside down when he meets an unruly family of immortals seeking their father and maker, none other than the world’s first murderer, Cain.

Everything Teagan thought he knew about himself is transformed when he learns how vampires came to be and for what purpose he was made.

For everything, there’s a price to be paid, Teagan wonders if he’ll be strong enough to pay it.

If I had to pick one word to describe the book The Blood of Cain by T.L. Gray it would be unique. Often I can guess where a book is going but I never had a clue with this one. Full of twists and turns it kept me guessing until the end.

The Blood of Cain mixes Christianity with fantasy for a very different kind of story. The vampire mythology in this book is unlike any I have ever read. The story focuses on the Biblical character Cain who is marked with silver eyes and is cursed to live his life alone until he inadvertently discovers a way to transform others. The story is told from the alternating perspective of Cain and modern day silver eyed Teagan.  It’s a face paced novel that could easily be read in one sitting.

Overall a well written story. I’d like to have seen the relationship between Teagan and Tatiana developed a little more.

Content: A clean read for adults – there is some violence and a little language but nothing that stood out or made me concerned about recommending it.

Rating: 4 Stars

Source: From Author For Review