Author: Zona Haselton
Published Date: August 21st 2016
Genre: Teen Fiction
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Caroline Auburn is devastated after the death of her parents. Although she is taking her time to heal, it seems as though her life will never be the same again.
But Caroline will soon discover the ugly truth behind her parents’ passing. She is quickly introduced to the world of vampires, and it seems as though the life she once knew is vanishing before her eyes. With the help of a vampire by the name of Elliot O’Brian, they come up with a plan to destroy the man who took away her parents, and Caroline will learn that he has more planned than just her parents’ murder.
Can Caroline have her revenge despite the many secrets that surround her? Or will all the lies lead her down a dangerous path?
You see they first meet as small children. Caroline’s ball went through the fence and when she went to get it, a small boy was standing at the door window. They made eye contact and talked a little before Caroline was called for. Strange thing about it was that the house was empty for a long time. No one lived there.
Boy meets girl, boy is protecting said girl from a killer. Girl is grieving the loss of her parents. Said boy knows what really happened to them. As the story unfolds, Caroline and her best friend hook up with this boy and his friends. They are all out to keep Caroline safe. She learns what it is like to be a Vampire, but she never ever thought she would fall madly in love with one. And he knows the truth about her parents. The truth! She so desperately wants to know it, but at what price will it come?
This story line was fun to read. It is your typical teen romance with a side of action, mystery and vampires. I really enjoyed reading it and look forward to the next book that follows.
Zona Haselton is a new author to me. I like her style of writing and her story line. The pace was spot on and I had a hard time putting the book down. She brought the vampire world to ,light in a different way then most. It was almost like they were an Indian tribe instead of a pack of vampires. They were more human like then most stories and I liked that. I look forward to more of her work in the future.
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