Kindred (Night School Vampire Hunter Trilogy) Novella#2

Kindred (Night School Vampire Hunter Trilogy) Novella#2

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by Michelle Cornwell-Jordan

The Kindred is the second novella in The Night School Vampire Hunter trilogy.

Angel and her friends at Ame Academy, a boarding school for preternatural and humans are back, and they are preparing for battle against the dark forces that kidnapped Angel’s younger brother Jordan. Angel had recently discovered that she was a Hunter and that she alone has a…  See more details below


The Kindred is the second novella in The Night School Vampire Hunter trilogy.

Angel and her friends at Ame Academy, a boarding school for preternatural and humans are back, and they are preparing for battle against the dark forces that kidnapped Angel’s younger brother Jordan. Angel had recently discovered that she was a Hunter and that she alone has a special weapon against her enemies, her blood, which is discovered to be toxic to her enemies. Angel is prepared to use her training and all that is at her disposal in order to save Jordan, even if that means joining forces with the strange and mysterious Rafael, who at their first meeting, she recognized him as the boy she had dreamed about for weeks prior to his arrival at the school. Angel cannot shake the feeling that she knew Rafael before, and is hopelessly drawn to her extremely handsome fellow hunter.

Rafael frightens her, he hints of a secret; another time and another life lived.

Can love survive two lifetimes?

Events unfold that provides the answers to who Rafael really is and what they mean to one another; and along with these strange and blossoming emotions for Rafael, along with guilt and fear for her brothers safety; Angel discovers that she is more than just a Vampire Hunter, and that she plays a major role in a ancient prophecy, which she must fulfill by facing an a force so evil that survival is not promised.

But she will face the Dark One, Angel will sacrifice all, if it means saving all whom she loves.

Many questions are answered, but the drama is just beginning…

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Editorial Reviews - Nancy Allen
The following review is my opinion and not a paid review. I received a free copy of the book from the author for an honest review.

In Kindred we pick up where Night School Vampire Hunter the first novella left off with Dasheen, whom everyone calls Angel is still looking for her little brother Jordan. Jordan had been taken by a gang of rogue vampires in the first book where he is in the process of being turned. Angel intends on finding him before the transformation is completed. She will - Monica Gongju
It has been a while since I have read another vampire novel. Stories about the supernaturals once piqued my curiosity, but after the Twilight saga, it seems that my interest for vampires and werewolves died. I tried not to read books in the same genre since then.

However, it is high time to read another novel like that. I accepted this novel to review and guess what I found:

Kindred is the sequel to the Night School Vampire Hunter series. Even though I haven't read the first bo - Emma Meade
from: Kindred (Night School Vampire Hunter Trilogy (Novella series)) (Kindle Edition)
Last time around, I wanted to find out more about Elin, Ismet and Bella Donna (half human/half vampire, Jinn and natural born vampire, respectively). I was happy to discover more about these ladies in Kindred. The end of the last novella saw Angel meet Rafael, literally the boy from her dreams, and we were left wondering what exactly their connection was. Yay for us girls, Rafael is back and ready to work - Witchy Writer
I have been waiting for months for the second installation in this trilogy and I'm excited to say that it exceeded by expectations. The first book left off with Dasheen, whose nickname is Angel, discovering she was a vampire hunter and that her high school was filled with vampires, djinns, and other creatures that she had believed were only legends. Her brother had been taken captive and was being turned by some rogue vampires. There's a handsome guy named Rafael who Angel is very drawn to but s

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Kindred (Night School Vampire Hunter Trilogy) Novella#2 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
rainsir6 More than 1 year ago
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review. I hate having to give a bad review to any book because I know that to an author their book is like their child and to have it talked about in a negative way is very upsetting. I hope that this review will be looked at in a helpful way and not as an attack because it is definitely not meant in any hurtful way. The premise of the book is actually pretty good. I did like the idea of the their being a school for supernatural kids that is blended in with a traditional school in such a way as to allow it to remain hidden. I also really liked that it was described like any other high school complete with that one group of girls that every past and future high school student will recognize. Whatever they are called at different schools; plastics, barbies, etc., we all know who ‘those’ girls are and no story of any high school would be complete without their inclusion. The premise of this book is that a crazy supernatural person that wishes to take over the world and it is up to Angel and her friends to stop the threat. Pretty good idea for a book. The problem that I have with the book all comes down to writing style and proofreading. This book is set up as several blog entries that are written mostly by the main character interspersed with flashbacks. There is nothing wrong with this format but I just felt that there was little thought put in to the writing of each post. Several times throughout the book there were instances where it seemed the author had forgotten a necessary detail and instead of going back and writing it in to past pages where it would be logical she would just tack it on as ‘oh, I forgot this detail but here it is now that you absolutely have to know it.’ These entries felt so out of place and threw off the whole flow of the story. There were also several obvious grammatical errors that should have been caught in the proof reading. The one that sticks out in my mind, mainly because it drove me crazy, was the use of ‘maybe’ instead of ‘may be’. These errors were so obvious and frustrating that it completely ruined the story for me. I also wish that there would have been more character development. The basic story of the characters was told in the story but I never felt like I got to know the characters on a personal level. There is a huge potential for amazing characters there and I would love to see them become more real. Without better development of the characters I feel this book will just never be more than mediocre. The one thing that I did actually like about this book is the ending. I never expected the book to end the way that it did. I do not want to give anything away but in a part of the book where you expect an epic fight the story goes in a completely different direction. Putting it like that makes it seem like it would be a big let down but it actually worked very well and left me stunned. I am hoping that the author will do some more work on this book and then try republishing. With a little more work I feel this could actually be a really great read.
Fantasybkgirl More than 1 year ago
Kindred is a great sequel to Night School. I have been waiting to read Kindred, I loved reading the first one. It is set in the same format as the first one, in a blog post style, which I think is really neat. Dasheen (aka Angel) with the help of her friends is trying to figure out a way to get her brother back from a group of Vampires. But that's not all, there is one that wants to release an ancient evil, a Wasiki that will destroy some of the others. Then there is her mysterious relationship with Rafael and how he fits into her background. In this one, we are introduced to the Thunderkin, a creature/being I have never read about before. I really enjoyed reading about the Thunderkin and finding out how they fit into this story. Most of the book is told from Dasheen's point of view. Although we do get to read some from her friend Elin and from Rafael. I was a bit shocked by some of the background information we learned and the unique twists and turns that this book throws at you. I would have liked for this to be longer so we could have learned more about Dasheen's other friends backgrounds and just more happening in the present. Most of this novella was packed with the background of Dasheen, Rafael and the Thunderkin. I'm waiting patiently (ok trying to) for the third novella. I would love to see this be made into a longer series, love it that much! This e-book was provided to me by the author for review. This did not affect my review in any way.
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WiseGal More than 1 year ago
I think this book was well thought out, you describe every detail very well, and this makes the reader seem as if they are right there with the character. Being a vampire hunter searching for her brother, while learning to make her body bend and twist to escape the lunge of a vamp attack. Then learning about the different types of Vampiric ghoul or Revenant was a great addition to the story made it more interesting. The journey and the love that everybody shared with each other, they had each other’s back. I didn’t see any fragments, spelling errors or overrun sentences. The story was compelling and makes the reader make the journey with everybody just to lose a loved one sacrifice her life for them and the world. I wish you luck and I enjoyed reading the story very much.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago