A new paranormal romance
The Colour of DEATH
“Mad, bad and dangerous to know.”
Olivia Parr doesn’t believe her ability to see auras is a gift. It hasn’t exactly done her any favours. Quite the opposite, in fact. Having become something of a loner, she tries to avoid people and
“Mad, bad and dangerous to know.”
Olivia Parr doesn’t believe her ability to see auras is a gift. It hasn’t exactly done her any favours. Quite the opposite, in fact. Having become something of a loner, she tries to avoid people and the glow surrounding them, preferring to view life through the lens of a camera, where she can’t see those telltale colours.
But when a rare visit to a theatre ends in death and bloodshed, Olivia’s life is about to become considerably more complicated.
During the mayhem, one man stands out, and not just because he seems oblivious to the terrible carnage. The reason? He has no aura.
But everyone has an aura, right?
Except for the dead.
Not only is she fascinated and intrigued by this strange, compelling man, in the aftermath of the tragedy she gains a protector; a man whose aura is deep, dark red – the colour of blood.
man whose aura is deep, dark red – the colour of blood.
Here's what readers have to say about it...
A true Gothic horror story. A particular brand of romantic horror tale with its roots in the most classic of vampires. (A Cat, a Book, and a Cup of Tea)
The Colour of Death was gripping and unique suspense. It was a really interesting take on the supernatural and I loved how the author played on history while adding her twist. The Colour of Death was gripping and unique suspense. (The World Was Hers For The Reading)
Elizabeth Davies has penned a well-paced and well-crafted novel. (Jessica Belmont)
from the Prologue of this book I was intrigued. It was an eye-opening start. Following that, the first chapter was EPIC, it was so emotional, there was so much happening where characters were introduced and as I read it I wondered how the rest of the book could possibly live up to that first chapter. I am very happy to say that I wasn't let down. The following chapters kept me captivated and I couldn't read the book quickly enough to see how it would end. (Dragonrose Books Galore Reviews)
It's dark. It's fascinating. And I really liked that the vampire in this one was a straight-up vampire. No frills. No fuss. No romanticizing him. (Jazzy Book Reviews)
This book has a real gothic quality to it and reminded me of the feel of Dracula. I really enjoyed the old school lore and this gave the book an edge to other paranormal books I have read recently. (The Midnight Review)
This book took me back to the original legendary vampire stories. (The Eclectic Review)
A fantastic start to a new series. The author did such a lovely job with the story and had a super writing style that really suited this genre . (donnasbookblog)
The Colour of Death has literally just blown me away. It was EPIC!. Full of suspense, intrigue and thrills galore… this is a vampire tale you can really sink your teeth into. (Tangents and Tissues)
Vampires, mystery, drama, this book had me hooked from the start. (K T Robson)
A lovely mix of paranormal, mystery, suspense and passion, with a historical connection that gives the story authenticity and depth. This is not a lighthearted story of vampires, but one grounded in history and legend. (Jane Hunt Writer)
Written with a swift pace, ups and downs were the emotions, the twists soon converged in the plot making it a fun read with a dramatic ending and a shocking reveal. A fun read, indeed. (Shalini's Books & Reviews)
What a surprising read this turned out to be! It is a mix of paranormal, mystery, suspense and detective work together with death and passion. This is a very different and dark story, with a historical character as the main protagonist. The tension mounts as the story progresses though there are some dark humorous moments, too. (Splashes Into Books)
Davies takes this paranormal story back to old school vampire tales. It’s a paranormal urban fantasy – a sizzling and steamy supernatural tale. It’s very much in the flair of old legends and tropes of the supernatural. Where glamour is still used to enable romantic encounters and allow long toothed predators to nibble on their prey. (Cheryl M-M's Book Blog)