- File Size: 562 KB
- Print Length: 184 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 4, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0089PFDLY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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- #557 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Paranormal & Urban > Werewolves & Shifters
- #782 in Books > Teens > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Paranormal & Urban > Werewolves & Shifters
- #1142 in Books > Teens > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Paranormal & Urban > Vampires
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While Katrina may not know her past her sister and friends have been searching for her for a long time. Having found her with her memories missing they are forced to wait but deep down it’s killing her sister Suzanne just watching her sister not know who she is. However Katrina isn’t the only one with someone stalking her. Will the sisters be united? Will the ones hunting them get them? What’s really going on with Marcus?
I liked the characters we have multiple points of view Katrina, Emily and Suzanne. Each girl has a little different of a background with their own tragic story and how they came to be. I like the girls and found that I was able to connect with them more than the guys. I don’t think I can pick my favorite just yet because each one has a quality or personality I liked.
I wasn’t sure about this one the cover is what hooked me in. I think the author has created an interesting paranormal concept that is set in the late 90’s which I loved. I like the way that she mixed the humans in with the vampires and werewolves they worked together instead of fighting each other. The world building wasn’t bad I could have used more but it was still a good amount and the storyline flows along smoothly. All in all it is a really captivating story I just really wish it was long because I enjoyed it very much. I have high hopes for more in the future because I would love to spend more time in Katrina’s world. Overall great first installment.
Book One focuses mostly on character development with primary emphasis on the main character, Katrina, who suffers from amnesia. Although she has no idea who she was before, her past is gradually revealed through dreams and flashbacks (but I won't say any more about those, too many spoilers). Hostile supernatural enemies, unknown past, a lost sister that haunts her dreams, what more could you want?
If you like reading about young people, vampires, werewolves and mystery, you'll probably enjoy this book.
Again, this is the first in a series and is not a standalone book, but that didn't stop me from enjoying it.
On the other hand, by the time I'd finished it I was left feeling that there were still some loose ends and I wasn't sure about the cliffhanger ending. I'm glad it says it's Book One as that implies there's more to come, and I'll definitely be checking out the next book whenever its released so I can find out what happens next to the two main characters. All in all though, it was a bit of fun escapism for a few hours and that's the main thing for me
Read this it is excellent.
Katrina was beaten and left to death but wakes up from coma with amnesia. She is in a foster home because nobody came forward to identify her and the school on which football field she was found had no record of her. That alone is very fishy to me. She’s 17 years old and nobody is looking for her? It’s not like she was alone in this world. We know from that phone call that someone knows about her.
The story was very slow paced and I was waiting for something to happen. It never did. There was a hint of suspense with the note and the phone call but it was unbelievable how Katrina dismissed it and wouldn’t tell her foster parents. And we know pretty soon who is making trouble which is disappointing because I prefer at least a little excitement.
This was short read with not much of a storyline. We find out everything important in the epilogue which is concerning because not many people read it.