Be Not Afraid

War is imminent Evil has overtaken the world, although the world does not know it God must intervene on the behalf of those who love Him, and a war is brewing that will decide supremacy God s plan unfolds, and His subjects must retain their faith in the midst of every evil the Father of Lies can throw at them Lydia, because of her strong faith, is particularly seized uWar is imminent Evil has overtaken the world, although the world does not know it God must intervene on the behalf of those who love Him, and a war is brewing that will decide supremacy God s plan unfolds, and His subjects must retain their faith in the midst of every evil the Father of Lies can throw at them Lydia, because of her strong faith, is particularly seized upon by Vlad, a demonic vampire He brings her to the brink of despair, unknowingly causing her to cling even harder to her Lord and Savior When she is miraculously saved, Vlad finds and then harasses her friends and family, unaware of the angels and saints who are on the brink of attack against him and his minions.The faithful are tested to the ends of their abilities Will they be able to stand fast against the power of Death, remembering that God is with them Or will the Father of Lies rise triumphant
Be Not Afraid War is imminent Evil has overtaken the world although the world does not know it God must intervene on the behalf of those who love Him and a war is brewing that will decide supremacy God s plan unf

  • Title: Be Not Afraid
  • Author: K.R. Morrison
  • ISBN: 9781462852215
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Fascinating blend of paranormal romance and Christian fiction!“Be Not Afraid” is one of those books that pull readers into a mystery world from the first page. This story is a modern twist on the Christian novel, mixed with horror, evil, power, and faith. I must admit, it has been some time since I read a fantasy novel, and to my great surprise, it was a FANTASTIC read! I enjoyed the thrilling ride to the last page.I must warn you, it is a chilling and bloodthirsty tale, filled with vampires [...]

    2. I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Let me be honest by saying this is not the type of book I generally read, but I was particularly drawn in by the cover. Once I sat down to read it, I was unable to put the book down reading it in one sitting. The author did not disappoint in the manner in which the story is written. The characters in the Bronson family as well as all the others in the tale are well developed. Descriptions of the setting are so lucid that the reade [...]

    3. Fans of Teric Darken’s horror novels will know what to expect from this dark Christian tale of horror by K. R. Morrison. Aspects of faith are clearly and convincingly told, offering the truth that God doesn’t protect us from every danger, but does indeed, if unexpectedly, answer prayer.The story builds on a blend of Twilight with the everyday and middle age. Lydia is a convincing everywoman – no great heroine of life or of faith. But she faces challenges that blend darkness and light, lead [...]

    4. The battle between good and evil wrapped up in a compellingly readable package.This book proves that a story can have a strong moral message and still be a page turner. From the very opening chapter the reader is brought into the harrowing, but uplifting, account of how good people are forced to combat the evil that has beset the world since the dawn of time.Lydia, a loving wife and mother, finds herself in a deadly perilous situation when she is abducted by a demon/vampire and kept prisoner in [...]

    5. Be Not Afraid - A Review I will be the first to admit that vampire novels and other paranormal works are not usually at the top of my list to read. I have read some, but it has been a while. And no, I haven’t read the Twilight books or seen any of the movies. So, when one of my fellow authors offered up the chance to read her novel Be Not Afraid, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I was very pleasantly surprised. The book opens with an office setting and a woman working late. She encounters Vlad, [...]

    6. To have faith and be drug through the dirt by the evils of this world, losing that faith and then being shown the way once again is the greatest trial of all to survive. This is what the main character in K.R. Morrison’s “Be Not Afraid” – Lydia – and the entire family of Lydia goes through. Being a woman of faith, Lydia finds herself in a situation that even a person of faith cannot believe. She is kidnapped by a vampire and turned into one, killed by the vampire, and… well…. I won [...]

    7. I do like the style of this author's writing, even when I don't agree with the subject matter.Lydia has an unwelcome visitor one late evening at work and from that moment her life changes forever.Vlad is a vampire and wants a new recruit. Lydia's strong faith in God does not save her, however, things are not always what they seem.This was an unusual story, one told extremely well, but one that was a curious mix of Christian belief and vampire horror, certainly one about the forces of good v evil [...]

    8. I really thought Kathy did a good job writing about the wickedness of Vampirism unlike Anne Rice or Stephanie Meyer. Although Be Not Afraid is more than that. I love how she writes a story about good versus evil. Vlad is not just a vampire. He is a demon who was sent from Hell to destroy people's lives. God chooses Lydia to be his instrument in ridding the earth of such wickedness. She sacrifice her own life for the lives of others including her own family. I never really thought a Christian cou [...]

    9. The biblical battle of good vs. evil is played out in modern day. Lydia, a working mother in suburban America, becomes the desire of Vlad the Vampire. Lydia fights for her life and with help from Jesus (who, from nowhere, appears throughout the book, much like the legendary hitchhiker of the nineteen seventies) wages battle ‘til the end. Be Not Afraid is a nice, at times spooky, read from K.R. Morrison.

    10. A surprising twist to the old story of good versus evil. The author took Christian teachings and brought them to life. The protagonist, Lydia, is an ordinary woman until she faces an ancient evil.The author did a good job of maintaining the "ordinariness" of Lydia while the story develops with twists and surprises. If you have ever had a crisis of faith, this book is an uplifting must-read. The author took Christian teachings and brought them to life.

    11. Let me start by saying that normally when such a novel takes a religious stance from the beginning I tend to be turned off from the book because there is a fine line between a religious character and an approach to a book that is borderline demanding that you believe in that same faith. I've come across it too many times to not have it set off warning bells. (not to say that I don't respect other religions, I just don't like having them thrust upon me aggressively) However, despite the character [...]

    12. Be Not AfraidBe Not Afraid isn't your typical vampire book. The vampire character is more Dracula than Edward. The story combines a Christian faith element with a classic style vampire. The story starts with Lydia, a very spiritual family woman, working late in a regular nine-to-five job. Just as she's ready to call it a night, she's suddenly being stalked by a strange man with no reflection. The story goes quickly from there, Lydia is kidnapped by Vlad, the vampire, and turned into a vampire he [...]

    13. I have read a few vampire novels in my day. But, I had yet to read a Christianity-based horror novel involving vampires. Sure, the average vampire novel contains some religious elements (Holy water being the kryptonite for vamps, etc). But, this novel transcended the basic myths of vampires, taking it to a demonic level; which seems more plausible( if at all could be) from a Christian stand point. It was intriguing how the author utilized scripture from the Bible to support her storyline; I like [...]

    14. This book is very different from the usual novels I read. Sometimes trying something different can be a wonderful thing. This was definitely the case with Be Not Afraid. This is definitely not your standard vampire novel! In this novel its the classic good vs. evil in a way that I have not previously experienced. God vs. Vlad using Lydia as their common factor.There is a wonderful theme that prevails in this book. No matter what comes at you, trust in God and you will be just fine. Lydia definit [...]

    15. A vampire novel that incorporates Christianity, it is mentioned on every page! To be brutal it did not bring anything new to the table. The first few pages, if I'm honest, did not hook me, and the entire book was tedious. But, I love vampires so thought I'd stick with it. I had hoped it would offer something different. I'm still waiting for someone to knock my socks off with a good, modern vampire novel. To say it is a horror novel would be very strong. It is an easy read and did little to scare [...]

    16. What a new concept!! I’ve read a few vampire books and they all seem to travel the same road, but this one took a new path by incorporating God as huge part of it. Taking the classic, and yet touchy subject, of good vs. evil, the author creates a well-rounded story that follows Lydia, an average woman just trying to live her life, through a battle with Vlad, a vampire who ‘s only goal is to change her, and the tumultuous relationship that surrounds them. When she is saved by God and the ange [...]

    17. I was lucky enough to receive a review copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I'm not normally a fan of Christian redemption fiction, but add other supernatural elements, and I'll usually give the book a go. Be Not Afraid was a pleasant surprise. The horror aspect was as intimate and compelling as anything Anne Rice has penned. The plot line, while a little heavy on the Christian faith side for my taste, was spot on, and the narrative flowed neatly without being overly wordy. I'm lo [...]

    18. Be Not AfraidBe Not Afraid is a paranormal spiritual warfare novel. K.R. Morrison shows in this book that just attending church does not make you a believer and faith is not something you can take lightly. Although I typically am not a fan of vampire books, this book is using the vampire to show how demons come in all forms and the demons don't take rejection well. Where Gods love is forgiving and even when he is rejected by his children he will forgive and welcome them back with loving open arm [...]

    19. The biblical battle of good vs. evil is played out in modern day. Lydia, a working mother in suburban America, becomes the desire of Vlad the Vampire. Lydia fights for her life and with Jesus’ (much like the legendary hitchhiker of the nineteen seventies appearing throughout the book from nowhere) help, the battle wages battle ‘til the end. Be Not Afraid is a nice, at times spooky, read from K.R. Morrison.

    20. Well, this is certainly not a book to read late at night with the wind howling outside in the trees, cats shrieking, all…alone. Right from the first page I was hooked. It’s a most compelling read. It’s a frightening read. But it’s also a great read. I’ve not yet read a story of vampires versus our Christian belief, so it was most intriguing for me.

    21. This book is truly unique. The author has gone to great lengths to explain the what if? of the plot and the scenario. Part horror, part Christian-fiction and part Vampire - the book appeals to a wide audience. If for no other reason than to answer What does a Vampire have to do with God? it's worth a look. I think you'll be very pleasantly surprised. I was.

    22. Very well written and I would absolutely read another book written by K.R. Morrison! I like the Vampire Genre and I have read my fair share, that being said I prefer my Vampires more on the thriller sexy side less on the Horror side. The lead character Lydia is strong in beliefs and strong self preservation, she is also in for the fight of her life for good versus evil.

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