Uncover The Mystery Of Immanuel’s Veins


It comes from Ted Dekker, so I’m just going to take it for granted that this is supernaturally slanted somehow. I know it’s not a vampire tale, because Ted has posted on his Facebook that he didn’t jump on that bandwagon. Supposedly, it is about the Undead somehow. I’m confused. Regardless of any of that, it’s a Ted Dekker book and he is immensely popular in the Christian horror genre so I’m going to cover it. His new book Immanuel’s Veins hits bookshelves on September 7th through Thomas Nelson. The book takes place in “in 1772, (and) Catherine the Great sends trusted warrior Toma Nicolescu to protect the Cantemir family. Bound by duty, he’s forced to keep silent as their daughter, Lucine, steals his heart. But when Vlad van Valerik begins courting her, Toma’s senses are on high alert. Is it because of his military training—or his own jealousy?” After the jump, you can check out a little more about the book. It looks like it’s the teaser text off the jacket of the book.

This story is for everyone–but not everyone is for this story.

It is a dangerous tale of times past. A torrid love story full of deep seduction. A story of terrible longing and bold sacrifice.

Then as now, evil begins its courtship cloaked in light. And the heart embraces what it should flee. Forgetting it once had a truer lover.

With a kiss, evil will ravage body, soul, and mind. Yet there remains hope, because the heart knows no bounds.

Love will prove greater than lust. Sacrifice will overcome seduction. And blood will flow.

Because the battle for the heart is always violently opposed. For those desperate to drink deep from this fountain of life, enter.

But remember, not everyone is for this story.

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