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Wake Me When the Sun Goes Down (Forged Bloodlines Book 1) by [Olsen, Lisa]
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"The fact that this book is not one of the top sellers in PNR/UF just shows that marketing is everything since this is much better than many of the better selling authors have put out in years. The story of Anja is compelling, filled with just enough details to give it that requisite "real" feeling and characters you can emotionally bond to as the story progresses. Highly recommended." - Douglas C. Meeks, top 500 Amazon reviewer

"This is such a great vampire story. Anja is a strong female character that only bows down when she needs help and shows her strength when determined to find out who turned her." - Dark Night Reads

"Once I started reading I started getting more and more into the book to the point I was addicted!" - Ashley G., A Risque Affair Book Blog


"Lisa Olsen brought a piece of fresh, fangtabulous fiction our way and I'm very happy she did. It was very well written and made me smile." - One More Chapter

"Her female lead character left nothing to be desired, her quirky nerdiness very refreshing! Lisa Olsen has become my favorite writer--one of those questions I could never really answer before." Ashley Fae, Truth About Books

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Feedback is Love! If you enjoyed this book, please leave a review today!

I've just published my 30th book, Chase the Moon, Book 3 of The Wolves of Cutter's Folly. I'm currently working on Book 12 of my vampire series, Forged Bloodlines.

Here is a list of my Forged Bloodlines series in order:

Wake Me When the Sun Goes Down
Meet Me When the Sun Goes Down
Find Me When the Sun Goes Down
Miss Me When the Sun Goes Down
Follow Me When the Sun Goes Down
Hear Me When the Sun Goes Down
Release Me When the Sun Goes Down
Trust Me When the Sun Goes Down
Tempt Me When the Sun Goes Down
Kiss Me When the Sun Goes Down
Carter 
Forget Me When the Sun Goes Down 
Book 12 (announced)

Product Details

  • File Size: 1870 KB
  • Print Length: 264 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1468135406
  • Publication Date: January 4, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006OUJYXY
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,667 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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What could be worse than waking up in a morgue with no idea how you got there? Finding out you're a vampire. Anja has no idea what happened to her that night and is determined to find out what happened to her. When Bishop shows up at her door asking for her license and registration, she thinks he's the police and there to help her. Well, he's the police alright, the vampire police. Anja will need Bishop's help to stay alive and learn how to be a vampire but her attraction for him just might push him away. Anja and Bishop will have to work together to find out who turned her or she just might end up dead. This is such a great vampire story. Anja is a strong female character that only bows down when she needs help and shows her strength when determined to find out who turned her. Bishop is such your typical male brooding vampire with a secret past. Always fighting what he is feeling because, well men are stubborn. Mason adds humor to the story being the flirtatious friend of Bishop, and what could make the story more complete than Leandor, the rival male suitor. I am looking forward to the next book in the series.
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I don't write customer reviews. I don't normally think that I have an opinion that requires me to write a customer review for books, movies, or other products. I either like them, or I don't.

This series is too amazing. It deserves to be gushed about. This review won't do it justice, but perhaps it will help change the mind of one buyer that is on the fence.

I'd never heard of Lisa Olsen before Tuesday when Amazon suggested I should try Wake Me When the Sun Goes Down. It's Thursday morning and I just bought the next two in the series, and her Angel series. The upcoming Demon Hunter books? I've never been so excited for an unwritten series.

So, let this be a lesson to others - listen to Amazon when they give you a random author based off your previous purchases. My love of authors like Kim Harrison and Brandon Sanderson led me, happily, to Ms. Olsen.
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This is not a typical book about Vampires, Anja Evans is not like the heroin of most Vampire stories. In face she's really the opposite, as an unwilling participant in the Vampire world. She's not the meek and mousey female lead that is the norm, willing to give herself up for a guy. when she finds herself in this strange new world, she fights to merge old self into her new self, so as not to lose her humanity as she embraces who she has to become.
Bishop is a character that is inspired by actor Chris Evans, and I must say, Chris Evans should be honored to have inspired such an amazingly written character. They say that all the best ones are either married, gay, or fictional characters in books, and after reading the character of Bishop, I have to agree.
I can't wait to read more about these awesome people, and I'm looking forward to the next book Lisa Olsen graces us with.
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Remember the first time you met Sookie Stackhouse? She was sunny, her internal monologue was sharp, and she fell head first into a world of supernatural shenanigans. She kept defying the external expectations various supernatural communities placed on her, mostly because of her ingenuity and stubborn refusal to sell herself short. She was likeable, wasn't whiny, wasn't a badass ninja fighter, but still used what she had to get out of sticky situations.

Anja is that kind of character. I'm reading book #4 of this series right now, and I want to tell you all -- DO IT. Pick it up and READ THIS SERIES.

Here are it's strengths:

1. It's well-written. Granted, it's not what I'd call "literature-quality" where the prose reads like poetry (that'd be the Charley Davidson books for those of you who want a UF experience like that). But it's also not sloppy. It's good, solid prose. You won't find yourself cringing at terrible word choices and embarrassingly bad phrasing (as so often happened in the Sookie Stackhouse novels).

2. The heroine is upbeat, even when Bad Things Happen. So few urban fantasy or paranormal romance books give us an upbeat heroine. They're usually deeply scarred and/or emotionally volatile and whiny.

3. The heroine can be a badass, but only in a realistic way. She's like you or me or the girl next door. She has no intense work out regime, no latent sword wielding kung fu. She's just a regular girl who finds herself discovering and growing into her powers as the series progresses.

4. The stories have romance, but it's not so canned. When I read the first novel, I was afraid that she'd end up with the first guy she fell in love with and each story would just show their relationship progressing (kinda like Cat & Bones).
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Wake Me When the Sun Goes Down pulls you in from the very first page. When Anja wakes up in the morgue not remembering anything you automatically know the story is going to be full of twist, turns, mystery, and intrigue. You immediately cheer for her and hope she overcomes every obstacle in her path. Add in the sexy hot and cold alpha male Bishop and sit back and watch the sparks fly! Wonderful book that I highly recommend.
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