Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider
Beth Rider is a bestselling author until she meets up with the Rakum. Her life is turned upside down. The Rakum is pretty much the same thing as a vampire. Beth Rider is a Christian (the good) who meets the Rakum ( the bad). This is where we first meet our good vs. evil in Rabit: Chasing Beth Rider.
The Rakum is a creature that lives on the blood of humans. The Rakum have their own groups of people who donate blood to them. They are volunteers who seemed to enjoy being blood donors. However, they do not get the usual donate buttons. They are just allowed to stay alive. The Rakum have other humans who give blood involuntarily. These people are marked by the Rakum and these people are called “Rabbits”. Beth Rider has writen a book which has insulted the Rakum leaders and she is made into one of these rabbits. Beth Rider’s book introduce humans and Rakum (alike) to Jesus Christ. This is very destructive to the Rakum world.
That is until Jack Dawn, a real-life vampire, vows to kill her because of the vile redemptive message her book is bringing his people. The ancient race of bloodthirsty immortals to which Jack belongs, known as the Rakum, have spread evil among mankind since the Beginning. But Jack alone recognizes the novel’s destructive potential and she must die.
Jack’s proselyte Michael Stone was brought up from his youth to be strong, sensible and brutal. But at one hundred and thirty, Michael is old enough to appreciate his quiet and ordered life. When he stumbles upon the beautiful and apparently innocent Beth Rider, he is puzzled by his Elder’s unreasonable actions against her. Instantly smitten, Michael takes it upon himself to protect her from the limitless lust of his brethren.
Beth Rider is taken by the Rakum. Their plan is to kill her. Through the trials, Beth Rider continues to trust in her Lord and Savior. She does not give in to her fears. She prays to God for herself and other victims of the Rakum.
When the book ends, Beth Rider is safe in the arms of her hero Rakum, Michael. He is no longer a vampire. He was changed (like all of us have been changed) by the blood of Jesus Christ. He beconmes a Christian. You can buy this incredibly enriching book at amazon.
A recovering vampire fanatic, Ellen uses her experience in that subculture to bring the Light into this burgeoning genre. Addicting and delicious, Ellen’s brand of story-telling is rife with deep character study and honest emotion. Ellen lives in Historic Montgomery, Alabama with her husband, daughter, four cats and one spoiled dog. This is her first novel and Ellen has no holes in her neck.