The Golden Apple of Discord by Lauren Hodge
(The Discord Trilogy) (Volume 1)

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The addition of Alex, Rueben and Thomas bumped up the energy of the story by opening the door to some romance and entertaining scenes (blue vampires are awesome). 
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Taralie Severin and her three sisters are a powerful coven of modern-day witches who banish mythical creatures in between classes and shifts at the police station. But when Taralie is kidnapped by vampires and converted into the undead, her sisters are ordered to execute her for crimes against the Milunfran order. Refusing, the sisters become fugitives from both their kind and vampires alike. Ignorant and hunted, Taralie becomes entangled with unlikely allies, a band of vampires in hiding from the ruiling vamperic government. With this new addition to their coven Taralie must balance duty with desire while learning not everything is as it seems, their enemies are worse than she knows, and she could be on the verge of ending a thousand-year-old civil war.
 

About Lauren Hodge

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Lauren Hodge lives in Richland, Washington, although not on purpose. As the oldest of seven children, and having three of her own, family reunions look like the cast to "Yours, Mine, and Ours". Lauren got into writing by accident but in doing so, found her true passion. Trained as a chemist she also plays piano, cello, and sings with her sisters when they're in the same time zone. What sets Lauren's writing apart, among other things, is the insane attention to detail. Every setting in her books is a real place, verified by Google Earth. Every home in The Discord Trilogy is real estate she found on Zillow, and historical events mentioned are real with character names taken from the people recorded in history as the actual participants. She will continue to write until someone pries her laptop from her cold dead hands.
 
Published January 9, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 388 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction
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The addition of Alex, Rueben and Thomas bumped up the energy of the story by opening the door to some romance and entertaining scenes (blue vampires are awesome). 

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