Thursday, 30 May 2013

Lengths for Love - A review

I impetuously decided to be a part of the Charisma Media Book Tour for CS Patra's new novel Lengths for Love. I love fantasy novels and I love to read. So I was doubly excited to be a part of the blogs reviewing Lengths for Love. It has been awhile since I read a good vampire story. Plus, you can't beat the price or the freedom of reading a novel via kindle.

Description:   People say they will do just about anything for love. Some might go far enough to try and find the impossible. Some will stop at no lengths for the one they love. When Ian Choi’s girlfriend gives him the most difficult task…find her someone, a vampire, to turn her immortal…he is faced with a choice he never imagined he’d have to make. And little does he know just what could happen while he’s trying to make her wish come true.


It is outrageous (in a good way) about how far two people will go for love. Alexis is observed by vampire lore. She accumulates vampire stories and memorabilia like others collect baseball cards or coins. When she falls ill, she has an usual request. Will Ian move to Vienna with her to live with real vampires? Ian takes it with a grain of salt. However, because he loves Alexis, he agrees to travel with her to Vienna. What happens next is an unique twist on the typical vampire romance stories. Ian has a myriad of difficulties but is still someone you can relate to. 


It is well written and I thoroughly enjoyed the dialogue. There was a good mix of action and romance. The novel is a great length. It is also easy to read on Kindle. All in all Lengths for Love is the perfect summer read! I recommend it for anyone who enjoys fantasy romance.

The Author:

The author, CS Patra has written several books. You can connect with her on Facebook or Goodreads. You can purchase it on or 

Book Info: 

Published March 21st 2013 by Pendium Publishing. 
Genre: Supernatural Romance/ YA Fiction

What would you do for love? Relocate? End a relationship? Start a new career? Search for miracles? 

Thank you to Charisma Media for allowing me to participate! This review is 100% my own. 

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