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Posted July 14, 2013
3.5 Stars. What if vampires were relegated to live in a town to
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What if vampires were relegated to live in a town to follow certain rules and were not allowed to leave? Some might think it would be a good plan to keep humans safe, but what of the human in the town. As Twilight Falls tell one such story.
Driving into Morgan Creek was a simple mistake on Kadie’s part. One wrong turn, low on gas and late at night were just a few of her problems. From the moment she ventures into the town she knows something is off. The vibes she gets are off the charts wrong and the sudden appearance of Darrick does nothing to ease her feelings.
It doesn’t take long for Kadie to realize she is trapped in Morgan Creek and the residents don’t hold back on letting her know what is expected of her. They also fill her in on the mysterious head vampire, Rylan Saintcrow. Luckily he hasn’t been seen in a long while, because the women he takes interest in disappear forever.
Suddenly awake after decades of rest, Rylan is drawn to a new presence in town. From the moment Kadie enters his territory, he knows he wants her for his own. Even Darrick’s claim on the girl will not stop him from having her.
Things have changed in his town since he went to ground. The vampires are restless and the humans are not content. He never cared about the human’s happiness before Kadie, but now he is seeing things differently. Times have changed and now he must change too.
As Twilight Falls was a good story. Ms. Ashley has built a unique town and interesting characters. While it was not perfect for me it was a nice change in my usual paranormal reading material. The novel is more storytelling and sweet romance and less erotic than my normal reads. This will interest many readers. I can’t quite put my finger what was missing from the novel to make it great for me, but as a whole, the story was nicely written.
Another very important point for this book, it reads as a standalone novel. The story is wrapped up and complete, with a nice ending that leaves you gratified. What a wonderful change in the world of serial novels.
Pick up As Twilight Falls if you enjoy standalone novels, unique paranormal storytelling, romance that focuses on the relationship more than the bed play and the writings of Amanda Ashley. She has written an enjoyable classic vampire novel.
Posted September 25, 2013
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