- File Size: 1291 KB
- Print Length: 160 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 14, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004QTOEXA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #97,733 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Loved (Book #2 in the Vampire Journals) Kindle Edition
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Loved reminded me a bit of a younger version of an Indiana Jones type tale as Caitlin and Caleb are led on a trail from one clue to another, each leading them a little closer to their goal of finding the sword. Each clue leads to a historical destination where we are given a different explanation of the historical facts that we learned as children. The author gives us a different twist on vampire lore, with two distinct covens of vampires. There is good versus evil, where the good are trying to live their lives amongst humans peacefully and cause no harm, the evil are truly evil beings with nothing but distain for both their vampire counterparts and the humans they must hide from. There are three different plot lines in the book, all of which are leading toward the same goal. Caitlin and Caleb's quest is the main plot, Sam's search for their father factors in and yet another plot plays out with a truly evil being in the search as well. Amidst everything else, the attraction between Caitlin and Caleb continues to grow adding just another twist to the story.Read more ›
This is the story of the journey to find the Caitlin's dad and the sword...and what a journey it is complete with a HUGE cliffhanger.
Be prepared to be glued to your seat
Reveiwers like Rachel G. hated this book dont judge the book by other peopes review including mine rate the books by your own review but trust me on one thing the book is good i judged the other reveiwers by what they said and what i said about the book myself
Be true to your self base the book on what you think not what others or your friends think rate it and review the book the way you based it
just follow my advice an you will be able to say stuff about the things you want to without anyone elses words or opinions
Judge stuff in your own words not others like my friend she asked me which shirt she should wear i said i dont know you choose im not the one wearing it she said your right
You see judge stuff in your own words,opinion, and style not by others
If you are wise you will listen to me
P.S. my name is not mellanie shes my mom i go by Starfire on reviews and stuff
- Caitlin has not evolve, as the One and with the help of a powerful vampire;
- the relationship failed to flow and develop - somehow it was all flat... one moment she is so unsure, the next she feels in love, then she remembers the 'other' boy, and finally the intimacy - and I felt a complete disconnect between those events (almost as though parts were cut off to make it for more younger audience(?))...
- Caleb failed as a powerful figure at the end of the book, which was completely unexpected and it was too easy for the opposition to get their hand on, especially when so many failed for thousand of years to get it and she was supposed to be the One;
- I found dialog very boring - too many 'like' and 'oh yea'... If this book was written for teens, even then I would expect a better communicative skills...
I expected better and this book came across as flat, but overall there is still hope... and so 3 stars as an advance for the next book, hopefully...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Keeps you wanting to know what's going to happen next in the series to comePublished 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is a good clean story that is based on a little true history. When is the movie coming out??? HahaPublished 3 months ago by Stephanie Hobbs
Even better than the first one, I found myself wondering who would get to it first, and if they ever would. Definitely kept me gripped all the way though itPublished 4 months ago by LISA
so many of this type of book on the market now ...this has been been done before and done betterPublished 4 months ago by J. slowgrove
I thoroughly enjoy this series . I am 80 years old and am reading about vampires. Who would have thought it.Published 5 months ago by Dixiegirl