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Alone (The 'Serenity' Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I really loved this book. There are a few typos, but it is beautifully and skillfully written. The characters are likable and believable. The story is a perfect mixture of the paranormal, mystery, and romance. I would definitely recommend this book.
There was a lot of abuse, both mental and physical in the book and it didn't end until the book was half way through. I nearly deleted it from my kindle because even though abuse is wrong, readers can only take so much. This woman ended up pissing me off. Over and over again, she said she was leaving, then got scared and didn't. She got truly pathetic and then, got even more so. Hate to say it, but the reader wants to smack some sense into Serenity as well. Just LEAVE already and quit talking about it; I'm already half-way through the book for crying out loud.
A vampire named Madeline called Serenity pathetic and I wholeheartedly agreed.
Id have covered the abuse in no more then three chapters, then moved on to make the main character stronger, sooner.
Serenity and Sebastian are weird as well. He's gonna stay, then he doesn't. She wants him with her, then she doesn't. Back and forth....
Yes, it was a decent enough story to at least finish it, but I agree with some other reviews that there were too many typo's, grammar issues and just weird analogies. One analogy had me reading it a few times out loud and I just shook my head because it was so odd.
"She wanted to make him hurt, to prod at it like a hole in a molar." Lol
Then she asks officer Dawson...
"Can I ask what this is about?"
Officer Dawson replies
"of course not."
Meaning, no. She cannot ask. Lol. I think the author meant Serenity to ask if the officer minded if she asked what this was about. Then his answer would have worked. Editors, PAY ATTENTION.
There were sentences that were one complete thought, but separated into two sentences instead.
Then, the exact opposite.
A comma, when there should have been a new sentence created instead or even a semicolon would have sufficed.
Very depressing story and the main character doesn't even end up with the one she loves. Mr. Vampire that is. There's just a lot of asking going on and a lot of the word no, being given in reply.
I've always said, in a series or trilogy, you MUST have a complete book in each separate part of the series. You can't leave blanks and holes thinking "Oh well, the customer will be so interested in what happens next, that they'll go buy the second installment. Not true.
I started out feeling sorry for Serenity in all that she went through and it was so good to see her slowly get her strength back and reclaim her life as the book went on. It was also completely refreshing to watch as Serenity saved herself! Her realizations about saving herself and forming a plan.
However scary the plan was she followed it and the love her life followed her direction which was a nice refreshing change as her bastard and incredibly cruel husband had told her what to do their entire marriage!
The book made me want to cry in places, made me smile in others, and completely captured the "nosy" want to know what happens next that had me turning the pages for the better part of the day! Starting and finishing a book in a day is something I rarely do so thank you for keeping me glued to the book!
Great book highly recommend it....In fact I enjoyed it so much I have already started the second in the Serenity series, Buried, and I am once again finding myself sitting on the edge of my seat only this time I feel the need to run at times as things have been kicked up a notch in this book and I find it scary as all hell! I want to run for Serenity...maybe I should make this a book to read while on the treadmill...I can pretend "that thing" is after me...after a second thought maybe that isn't the greatest plan I have ever had as you don't really go anywhere on the treadmill! I am thinking that would induce a nightmare of epic proportions where there would be no Sebastion to save me!
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