Blood Prophecy is a tale about A Young woman named Amber. She is a genius who graduates college with double degrees early and finds herself drawn to Seattle where she meets fellow museum employee Chloe. Both of them unaware that they are part of a prophesy old as time. Michael is a Vampire looking for his queen, a queen fated to be his soul mate. He will stop at nothing to find her.
I found it a bit tough to follow this at times as the story tends to jump from different time periods quite a bit, and different perspectives. And Michael isn’t a particularly likable character through most of this book. He doesn’t come off as a very nice guy, and does some pretty deplorable things. But he does redeem himself in the end.
Amber Stone, once a child prodigy, has just become curator of a special collection of Macedonian artifacts for the Seattle Museum of Natural History. Chloe, a prodigy of a different sort, holds a position at the museum focusing on tribal art. The two become fast friends, united by Amber’s unsettling dreams and Chloe’s unorthodox ways of dealing with them. Two strangers arrive in town, bringing with them a prophecy recorded more than three-thousand years ago, a prophecy that places Amber directly in the midst of a battle that has spanned a millenia.