Violet Midnight

Violet Midnight

by Lynn Rush



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ISBN-13: 9781937254810
Publisher: Crescent Moon Press
Publication date: 10/15/2012
Pages: 254
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.58(d)

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Violet Midnight 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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donnas1 More than 1 year ago
Fantastic start to a new series. I was hooked from the beginning. The story is full of great characters, believable settings and plenty of action with a touch of romance. Emma is not your typical college student. After a terrible accident she wakes up with a mysterious tattoo that glows whenever a vampire is near. She also has new abilities that help her not only fight but kill the vampires she runs across. Jake is new in town and at the school. And he also has a mysterious tattoo that appeared 2 years earlier. Unlike Emma he has not figured out what his means yet. But upon meeting her he think he might have found the answer. Unfortunately what they dont know is that there is a reason the vamp attacks are increasing and they are showing up in greater numbers. They end up in a race against time to figure out what is going on and what it means not only for them but for their friends as well. I really loved this book and Emma and Jake. I wanted everything to work out for the best and when the story had its twist adding more suspense I couldnt put it down until I found out what happened. Excellent author and story teller and I cant wait to read more of her books. Looking forward to finding out what happens next in this series as well. I hope we dont have to wait too long.
shyd More than 1 year ago
I read the summary on this book and just knew I had to read it as it sounded so amazing. I have to say I was not disappointed. This books jumps you right into the action and it was a promising start to what will be a great series. We start off by meeting Emma who we quickly learn is a Hunter as the book starts us off with her fighting some vampires. I have to say that I loved the concept of Emma being a Hunter. It made her so strong and fierce and she was unstoppable. She was such a powerhouse and I loved that about her. The author did an awesome job of creating her as such a complex strong character that was also a little vulnerable as we learn throughout the book. Emma has such a cool best friend in Ava. Ava was such a funny character and such a great friend to Emma. I hated that Emma couldn't tell her who she really was. Emma eventually meets Jake at a party and that's when her life takes a turn. I loved Jake. He was so cool and just what Emma needed to open herself up and let someone into her life. I have to say the author knows how to create suspense because I found myself sucked into this book because I had to know what Jake was. The twist the author throws out didn't disappoint me either. I loved how she threw it but made the choice such a cool one. I loved that Jake and Emma were there for each other in every way and truly were an awesome couple. The world building the author created was so cool too. The fact that all this was happening on a college campus was enough to always have Emma on high alert. The normal colleges experiences like parties and every day college life were something that Emma kind of had a back seat too because she was too busy hunting. I liked that the author still showed the college life though and chose it as a background for everything. I loved that once Emma meet Jake she tried to have a somewhat normal life though although I hated she didn't get to enjoy it as much as she would have liked. Overall this book was cool read. The aspects of Hunters and these vampires was really cool.I feel like too often we see Vampires portrayed as nothing more than people following their blood lust. These vampires were more intelligent and more human like. Yes they wanted to take over but I could see their reasons why. The author did such a good job crafting them that she made me feel for them for a split second then I remembered that they were vampires and had to let that thought go. I highly recommend this one for a great vampire read and if you love for your heroines to be strong. I received a copy of this book from Roxanne at Bewitching Book Tours for review but this in no way infulenced my review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago