- File Size: 2814 KB
- Print Length: 463 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: March 6, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IUM98EY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #221,216 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Ward of the Vampire - Complete Serial Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I got the first book free and at first thought the story was somewhat jumpy, however, once I continued I found that it was well a thought-out storyline that contuined with instalments of the two main characters story. After which I started to care what happened to the two main characters. This is what books are all about to become immersed with the story and its characters. I ended up getting the complete set of books and as to the ending for Angelina and Morgan well you'll need to read their for story for yourself...
I must say, it definitely had my attention in wanting to know more. I got lucky after reading the first installment that the author had JUST came out with the first complete series in one book.
The author did a good job at keeping me on my toes and wanting me to read on. I read this whole thing within 24hrs! The beginning i felt was fast paced..The main characters met and things have happened unexpected - i had some jaw dropping moments which followed by WTH happened?! I had my moments where i giggled like a school-girl and wish I was Angelina...
Somewhere towards the middle-end..i felt it being a little repetitive...it was going back and forth with the same thing and i felt like it was dragging a little bit, like cmon already!! When i finished the book...honestly i wish for a different ending..something more..I was not expecting the book to end just like that with Morgan finally being able to overcome this fear/pain he has been carrying. An ending with more of what is now become of Angelina and Morgan...seriously, i thought the author had hinted something for an ending when Irene - the "mother" had mentioned to Angelina not to call her "mother" as only her children can call her that..for she is not her child...YET...blah.
Overall I still think this was entertaining..i would definitely recommend this book for those who like vampire story :)
Angelina determines to break through all of Morgan’s staunch defenses despite the many obstacles he puts in their way. She seems to have no unexpressed thought and constantly pushes him with questions about who he is and his past that he does not want to answer. She also has some endless internal monologues that can get tedious. I like this story for the most part; however, as I have found in other serialized work, it could use some paring down. The extended monologues drag out the action. I admire Angelina’s feistiness, but sometimes she can grate on the nerves. The one place I would have liked to see extended was the HEA as they had to work so hard to get there.
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