**Over 18 For Language and Violence**
Melanie here aka VampireLovingDork back with my review of Burn This Way by Aubrea Summer which was given to me in exchange for an honest review.
When I got this book I have to say I was really excited by the description “Hollowed by a loss still unyielding of a perpetrator, Rhiamon Delaney bends to her curiosity and becomes unwillingly entangled in a bloody web of murder, lies and deceit, where the only ones who know the truth may be dead and the ones who want her dead are not alive”. When you add to the fact that it is a vampyric paranormal romance promising murder and revenge I was all in.
The book starts off really well. Written from the perspective of the main character Rhia I was quickly able to get a feel for her and how she lived. The writing is good and the descriptions very easy to get swept up in and the first part is completely action packed. I was excited. This boded well.
Sadly for me the book then goes through too many words that I am all to familiar with. The ideas are ones I have encountered numerous times before and the edge from the beginning begins to fade as the story progresses. I think that this suffers from what I call “New Author Syndrome” and I have hope that as this writer grows her story telling will improve.
The end picks back up and for people that haven’t read pretty much every vampyric research book out there it will probably be an enjoyable read. I will definitely be interested to see what Aubrea does in the future. There is definitely scope for more novels with the characters we met here but the book is not left with a cliffhanger so at this point it is unclear whether we will see them again.
Overall a pretty decent debut outing.
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