When Kiara wakes up as a vampire, she knows things will never be the same. Her best friend is dead and the demon that killed her is still out there somewhere. They're back to square one and Kiara's newfound thirst hovers over everything they do. The hostility between Trent and Kaleib still brews just below the surface. Will Kiara hold it together or will she lose control? Will her new thirst be too much?
Kiara blames Trent for Sarah's death and hates herself every time she feels something for him. Their budding trust is tested. Despite everything, he tries to be there for her. By her bedside when she wakes, helping her figure out how to tell her godparents what she is now, even staying in her house when she can't sleep.
When Kiara's dreams are plagued with visions of Sarah threatening her, Kaleib and Trent say that it's coincidence. Her mind dealing with the loss. But as the visions come while she's awake, it looks less like coincidence and more like something sinister.
Is it her anger over Sarah's untimely death or is it something more? Something dangerous?
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. This book was so fun and entertaining to read. The pace was fast and excited with so much to keep the reader interested. The characters in this book was easy to invest in and easy to like. Kiara wakes up and everything that was once her life will never be the same again. What happens when her appetites become harder to control and friends just might not be friends?
I received a copy of this book from Booksprout and I gladly leave my review. This is book 2 of the series and this one had my heartbreaking. Kiara is mortally wounded, Trent goes to Kaleib to get him to help turn her into a vampire to save her life. Now Kiara tries to live as a vampire while trying to relearn her powers. Wow this book made me so emotional and I felt the pain of what the characters were going through. If I could give this book a 10/10 I would and I definitely recommend this book. It’s well worth the read.