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My Viking Vampire (Sanctuary, Texas Book 1) Kindle Edition
|Length: 237 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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This was a new author for me and as such I was a bit leery of her writing style and man she did not disappoint me. There where a few errors in the story line but not enough to cause me to turn away from the book. One such error which did happen repeatedly as the story goes on is one min it is day light and the next it is night while it the story line makes you think just a few mins has passed.
Over all this is a super complex story line that will require you to think as you read but not in a bad way. It brings to light all kinds of things that go bump in the night that so need further explained. The one thing I want to know is how did the Genie and her ex come to combine forces which is left hanging in the story with no rhyme or reason.
Over all I have to say this story is a huge hit at least with me! I can not wait till the next book in this set. This is a stand alone story with no cliff hanger unless you want to know about all the souls who call the town their home! I did lose sleep from this story as I did not want to put it down till finished!
And I haven't even read the second book, yet. Book probation. Ugh. T_T But anyways. I LOVE THIS SO MUCH OMG!!!!! Bailey's on the run from a horrible ex who happens to be a cop (bummer deal, man) and just so happens, Erick saves her from another problem and takes her to his hometown, Sanctuary: a haven of sorts for the Others within the only one of three republics that still see Others as people and not vermin to kill on sight. What a way America's turned, hmm?
This whole Dystopia world is freaking awesome. I seriously dig the vibes! Like you have no idea. With the way Shannan wrote this, she managed to tell me everything that was going on in the world and still stick to the main story. No lagging, no "come on, get on with it!" thinking and not once did I feel the need to skip anything. Annyytthhiinnngg. It's a rare thing for me this weird week which is why I'm so relieved. I loved seeing her struggle with Erick and learning to trust people again- let alone a guy -but most of all, I loved the town. All the characters were great and I adore Bailey, but I have to say-- I fell in love with Sanctuary, and it's why I now cannot wait to get my hands on the rest of the series.
It just made me feel so happy, to have a haven that I as a reader can go to. I loved the people who made it up, a group of diverse species who CHOSE to bound together and think of each other as family. They're family. And I couldn't be happier for Bailey to be in such company.
Shannan did a fantastic job at giving every character their own flavor, and I loved how original and creative everything was. Calli's enchanted clothes, the sex club, the story of the Sentinals and Djinns- I could go on (and I probably will in my blog tbh) but overall, this was a FREAKING AMAZING MUST READ book. The world set up is already reason enough to read it.
4.5 rating. Bailey had a tough time letting loose and at times I felt it rough for me as well, and her ex was more 2D than the nightmare she portrayed. The only thing I struggled a wee bit with was the way she worked things out in her head regarding her putting all her trust in a stranger. I didn't connect with that part and even when I did, I'd still find myself wondering rather than enjoying the story to its full capacity. It was just a tiny little speck of wariness that got lost in the sea of OMFREAKINGG for me. Otherwise I thought everything was just perfectly brilliant. High recommend. Hiiiiiigh.