Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Romance Book Review: Mary Abshire's The Awakening
Genre: Urban Fantasy/ Vampire
Publisher: Lyrical Press
Purchase this book here
♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
When a young woman is rescued from a junk yard where a group of burned bodies are found she realizes she can't remember a thing. The men who come to her rescue tell her a story that horror movies are made of. Apparently she's a vampire, but that's not all she's also a few other species that aren't human.
The only think she knows for sure is that she has a knife in her boot with the initals SB on them.
With no other choice but to go with the men, "SB" must follow the trail of missing werewolves and vampires and currupt politicians to find out who she really is.
This is the first book of a continuing series. For a starter book this book is interesting and held my attention pretty well, despite the fact that vampire stories aren't my thing. Keep the eye on the goal of the mystery of who is SB and what was she doing with the group of chard bodies kept me going until the end.
She's the only one of her kind. And she doesn’t even know her name.
Two investigators--one human, one vampire--find a young woman among a mass of dead bodies. She has no memories, and nothing but her clothes, two receipts, and a mysterious dagger carved with the initials ‘SB’.
As she seeks her identity, SB realizes she's unlike any other creature in the world, making her the most valuable person on the planet. And the most wanted.
WARNING: Language, violence, and graphic sex.