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Don't read this. Just because it is about vampires and werewolves and witches, does not make it a worthy read.
I mean you got Zach the older brother with a smart mouth and alcoholic tendencies, Sam the younger brother with a gentle heart and soul. Gabby, the neighborhood young witch still discovering her powers. Liz the newlywed vampire both brothers want, and Alex the useless human.
The only original character I found was Aya, who was a breath of fresh air. A strong female lead who kicks butt verbally and physically is always a plus tiny favor. However the likeness of the five other main characters is too much to ignore. For the first 5 chapters I felt as if I were reading a vampire diary spoof or something. Even Zac's coloring, dark hair green eyes, is like a rip off of Damon Salvatore.
I don't know if this was deliberate or a huge coincidence but I was slightly amused and highly irritated by this work of fiction. Not to mention it was boring. Good thing it was free other wise I would have been mad if I had bought this.
So the main vamp, who was pretty unlikable, has a jr witch cast a summoning spell for a witch hunter. He needs help because powerful folks want him dead, mainly because he was so unpleasant. So this kick butt woman suddenly shows up. The 'good' vamps think it might be the one they summoned (you think?). The witch hunter thinks they are the ones who summoned her, but is not sure (even though they are the only vamps around that could have) because of some convoluted story that everyone is after her. This is not a spoiler because the story is told with multiple points of view. So you know she is her and they are them (you know what I mean). However, they don't finally get this all figured out until about 52% of the way in. Very frustrating. I did finally make it to 72% and I think some action was getting ready to start, but I didn't really care anymore. So I quit.
One star: Unlikable characters (The only likable one was the ignorant human, but he was just a side character) and a slow plodding plot.
Two star: Good action sequences and pretty good grammar and spelling. Plus, I did get all the way to 72% before I kicked it to the curb.
That said, I did like the author's writing style and look forward to reading another story by this author after all, the story line is not a bad story. It really is good and I loved VD. I have a close friend who also read this book and watched VD and for her, it made her like the book even more so you never know. Pick up and copy and decide for yourself. Happy reading to you all.