“This story embodies the phrases, “There is a fine line between love and hate,” and, “Be careful what you wish for.” The synopsis very accurately depicts the plot-line of this book. Chaos erupts and emotions run high, as the destinies of two very different people finally merge. Secrets are revealed, painful pasts are faced, and closets full of skeletons all break free at once.
Amelia is a pretty relatable female-lead character. She's stubborn, strong-willed, determined and loyal. Even though she's found her soulmate, she tries to break free from him, simply on the principle of not belonging to someone else. Mitchell is a pretty accurate vampire guy, I'd think. He's possessive, emotional, stubborn, and hot-headed. Together, they make an explosive combination, that easily creates an interesting story. With the help of some fantastic side characters, this intense page-turner quickly grips you, and keeps you gasping in surprise.
Ashley Stoyanoff has created an incredible story with this book. She put a fantastic new spin on vampires and soulmates, giving an imaginative and romantic twist to an old myth. With quick writing and a good mix of humor to balance out the seriousness of the situation, this book quickly grabbed my attention, and left me very thankful it's only the first in a series. Overall, I really enjoyed it, and I would recommend it to any YA/NA paranormal or vampire fan.
*I was given an eCopy of this book, from the author, to read in exchange for an honest review. ”
Well, you're not really into vampire stories, so it probably would be to you :) it's great for vampire fans though.
Yeah, i'm not... What other books do u think r good for me to read?
Well, what kinda books do you enjoy reading? I know you're not really a fan of paranormal or romance. I honestly can't think of many books that don't have any kind of romance. You would probably like realistic fiction, but I don't know.
Well, i like to read historical fiction, fiction, LONG books(like harry potter and more), based-on-true-story-books, and more, but that's all i can think of
I think you'd like a book I read recently- Armored Hearts, by Pauline Creeden. It was historical, although there was some magic (faeries). Uuuum, Holding On and Letting Go by Lucy Kelly was pretty good- it's a realistic fiction YA novel, very good! I liked it quite a bit. Pure Vision by Perri Birney is one you may like- it's a lot like Dan Brown's books (The Lost Symbol, The Da Vinci Code, etc). Very exciting, suspenseful, mysterious, etc. Shredded was really good too- YA realistic fiction about BMX sports. That's about all I can think of at the moment- my shelf may have quite a bit you'd like, if you poke around there :) Hope those helped some!
Thx soooo much, Pandora. I try to find them at the library and read them. Hopefully, i'll get a chance to read them