Dragonfly Nightmare

Dragonfly Nightmare

by Erin Richards

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ISBN-13: 9781943800056
Publisher: Midnight Muse Publishing
Publication date: 09/05/2016
Pages: 332
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.74(d)

About the Author

USA Today best-selling author, Erin Richards, writes suspenseful paranormal, fantasy and contemporary young adult fiction with a splash of romance. You'll typically find Erin's characters in peril, whether based in reality or in a fantasy setting. Magic, murder and mayhem are all in a days' work!

Erin lives in sunny Northern California, and in her spare time, she enjoys reading, photography, and re-landscaping her backyard, even though she hates digging holes...unless she's burying fictional bodies! Erin also confesses to a fascination with American muscle cars...and reality TV shows. For more information about Erin and her novels, please visit her website at http://ww.erinrichards.com

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Dragonfly Nightmare 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
13835877 More than 1 year ago
I received an ARC of Dragonfly Nightmare in exchange for an honest review. Staying true to my recent suspense and thriller trend, I decided to read Dragonfly Nightmare by Erin Richards this week. Dragonfly Nightmare is a suspenseful young adult romance that makes me question the idea of letting any future children of mine go to summer camp without me attached to their hips as a chaperone. Erin Richards combined two of my favorite genres in Dragonfly Nightmare: suspense and romance. Poor Allie Bailey has had such a traumatic childhood. First, she was kidnapped when she was 12 years old and now she finds herself in the middle of a murder plot, when all she was expecting was a great time at summer camp. Richards writing enables the story to flow smoothly from one point to another. The details she includes in the story make Dragonfly Meadows summer camp come to life and seem like the perfect place for a teenager to spend summer break. Well, if you exclude the whole murder plot. The romance scenes between Logan and Allie were so sweet and helped bring lighter and sweeter moments to the story line. I’m glad Allie and Logan were able to repair their friendship and move past the resentment and guilt they had been holding onto for the past 4 years. Logan’s protectiveness over Allie was so sweet. Their friendship with each other and Logan’s sister Laurel makes the relationship even sweeter in my opinion. I think having a great friendship as the basis of a romantic relationship makes the romantic relationship even stronger. Overall, I really enjoyed reading Dragonfly Nightmare and was very excited to read that it is the first book in a series! According to Erin Richards, “it’s a very loosely connected series and the next book will center around another character completely.” I kind of hope that the next book will center around Laurel and Nick…