Chasing Daybreak (The Dark of Night #1) by Ranae Glass (Review by Melanie V””V #NerdGirlVamp)

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Title: Chasing Daybreak (The Dark of Night #1)

Author: Ranae Glass

Published Date: March 24th 2015

Genre: Urban Fantasy


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Isabel Stone wanted a normal life. But when the unexpected death of her father leaves her at the helm of the family business, things quickly go from weird to worse. Vampires are on the loose and out of the coffin, and only Isabel can walk the fine line between the world of the living and the world of the undead.

Torn between letting go of her past and embracing her future, Isabel will have to decide who she can trust, and be willing to use all the weapons at her disposal, to get to the bottom of a terrifying string of deaths that lead right to her doorstep—before she becomes the next victim. In a city where nothing is what it seems, ending up the target of a deranged killer might actually be the high point of her week. Because in this town, the things that go bump in the night… just might kill you.


***Contains Strong Language and  Adult Situations. Not for young readers***
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***Melanie  – #NerdGirlVamp’s  Review***
WOW!! As an avid vampire reader I am always looking for the next series to grab my attention and any time you have vampires “Out Of The Coffin” I am definitely on board to see what’s going on.

Chasing Daybreak is the first in the new Dark Of Night series and the sooner this author sits down and writes the rest of them the happier I will be.

Filled with amazing characters, consistent vampire lore (yes this is important), and a brilliant plot, this book had me hooked from beginning to end.

Vampires, action, and a seriously kick ass heroine makes this a totally addicting page turner. One of my new favorite series! V””V


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