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Conversion (Volume 1) Paperback – September 3, 2013
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About the Author
S.C. Stephens is a bestselling author who enjoys spending every free moment she has creating stories that are packed with emotion and heavy on romance. Her debut novel, Thoughtless, an angst-filled love triangle charged with insurmountable passion and the unforgettable Kellan Kyle, took the literary world by storm. Amazed and surprised by the response to the release of Thoughtless in 2009, more stories were quick to follow. Stephens has been writing nonstop ever since. In addition to writing, Stephens enjoys spending lazy afternoons in the sun reading fabulous novels, loading up her iPod with writer's block reducing music, heading out to the movies, and spending quality time with her friends and family.
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One day running late, she smacks right into Teren Adams, and proceeds to spill her coffee all over him. She apologizes profusely, and hands him her business card so she can pay for his cleaning bill. Mortified she flees to work as fast as she can.
Teren Adams is a handsome man and a very gentle soul,he is also a successful writer, and he likes Emma immediately, calls her that same afternoon and buys her a cup of coffee and they start seeing one another. Teren loves how Emma, is and he feels like he can be himself with her and winds up giving himself away after 3 weeks of dating. Teren has a secret, and he is nervous to tell Emma, as he has already developed feelings for her and does not want to lose her.
This book was well written, had a good story line, a little bit of angst between Teren and his family members, on occasion, as they love him but pressure him too much; you will see why as the book progresses. This book was fast-paced, and Emma was really a likeable character with her attitude about everything and the way she sees thing, and it totally entertains Teren. There are some good sex scenes between them and Teren is everything that Emma could ever wish for, and he feels the same about her. They have a rough spot after she visits his home the first time, but luckily they get back together.
Something terrible happens to them however, which will have your stomach tied in knots and your heart racing - it changes the whole dynamic of Teren and Emma's life. Will they be able to live with what happens? You will have to read it to find out! Will they have their happily ever after- you will have to read it to find out!!
AND-remember you know this book is going to be good before you even read it-after all this is the brilliant author that brought us Kellan Kyle! And you will love this trilogy of books every bit as much as that one. I know I did.
I gave this book 5***** brilliant stars because this book was awesome, and look for ward to telling you about the other two books as well. Happy Reading!
Good start to a new-to-me paranormal romance series!
This book was cute, fun & exciting. I liked Teren. I liked Emma. And I really liked the both of them together.
Teren's family had quite the characters in it & provided some great moments in the story. The bad guy part was unexpected but the intrigue surrounding him/what he thought his life mission should be was welcome & makes me even more curious to see who else the family might encounter in the future. And that ending... #SweetAsCanBe
The only big negatives I had with the story centered around descriptions. I wish there were way less details about the rooms in houses, the outdoor/wildlife, the clothes, etc & loads more about their sex life. I need me some racier bedroom antics. PLEASE.
Excited to see what's in store for Teren & Emma in book two of the series, Bloodlines. I wanna hear the pitter-patter of little part-vampire feet! :)
Side Note: I understand that her sister was scarred from the accident but I didn't think it was necessary for Emma to say how "horrific" (her words) she looked each & every time she talked about her. It was a bit redundant.
I was a fan of Ms. Stephens’ Thoughtless series, so when I saw she had written a vampire series I was very interested. I knew going into it that it would be different, but what I got was totally unexpected:
The two main characters, Emma and Teren, have a meet-cute and the attraction is instant. They quickly get into a relationship but Teren seems to be taking it slowly… until he accidentally pricks her lip while they’re kissing. She takes the news that he’s “sort of” a vampire pretty well. I enjoyed the twist on traditional vampire lore. Then it gets weird. They visit his family and secrets are revealed; things are not as happy-go-lucky as Teren has led her to believe. Emma must make some pretty momentous decisions, and she doesn’t have a big window of time to make them in. Then it gets weirder. I’m not going into spoilers, but it felt like I was reading a category romance with a paranormal twist. Just as I’m thinking I know what’s going to happen, a villain pops up out of nowhere with a weak premise.
There were some funny bits, but even so the story itself kind of dragged in spots; it definitely could have been shortened and the plot would not have suffered. Throw in a self-centered best friend, a horribly scarred sister, and a really sweet ending, and you end up with a book that left me wondering what the heck I just read… and looking up the next book. I have issues, I know.
If you’re looking for a vampire tale that’s a little different and not too dark, you might enjoy Conversion. It’s lighter than traditional vampire lore, not dark and broody, and the hero is pretty likable.