Title: Day Dreamer (Undeadly Secrets, #2)
Author: Aaron L. Speer
Published Date: May 30th 2016
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Alex Hensley thought that discovering vampires existing in Sydney was as dangerous as her life could possibly get, but she was wrong. Her very survival still depends on her ability to keep the secret. Just when Alex believes she has a grip on her new life, Nicholas, the teenage son of her estranged cousin shows up unannounced and gives her a chilling note from his mother, begging for help; the boy is in grave danger.
Nicholas, though kind and mild mannered is not forthcoming and Alex senses something is dreadfully wrong. The more Alex delves, the closer she is to igniting a war more personal for her than she ever dreamed. Though she cannot turn the boy away, something perhaps even worse than vampires has been unleashed in Sydney. The vampire nation scrambles as tensions rise. Their hold over the city has never been challenged like this, and they would rather destroy Sydney than relinquish it.
How can Alex hope to protect Nick, when the entire city is under threat and Alex can warn no one?
Ideals will be shaken. Friendships will be tested. Allegiances will be questioned.
The streets of Sydney will shatter as a bloodthirsty battle, once thought to exist only in myth, rises at the full moon.
We continue on with our beloved characters Dante and Alex. In this installment we get to see different sides to our beloved characters both good and bad. I love the way the author portrays the bond of love and sacrifice with these two. We also get two follow two new characters Nick and Nicole.
As always Mr. Speer does NOT disappoint. This installment is a complete edge of your seat page turner! So many twist and turns. This story definitely lacks predictability which I LOVE!! You may think you know what’s coming next, but you are always wrong. The mark of a good writer, to keep the readers on their toes. That is exactly what he does.
I loved the back story in this book on the vampires and werewolves. Without the extra knowledge of these creatures the story would have lacked a certain depth to the plot itself. I was immediately sucked in from the first page and honestly could NOT put the book down from start to finish. This book was a long read so that is saying something in itself right there.
With an incredible writing style, Mr. Speer truly captivates and intrigues his readers. He paints a picture perfect image of this amazing world he has created!
You have done it again Mr. Speer! I give you 5 stars and a standing ovation. Bravo!
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