Kindred author Erica Stevens review ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB

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Kindred author Erica Stevens review ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB º Librarian's note Alternate cover edition of ASIN B0086O637What do you do when the one you love is also you worst enemy Trapped in a destiny she does not want Cassie finds herself lost and adrift until he walks into her life turning it upside down and awakening heIrresistibly drawn to him Though worried that what she truly is will place Devon in danger she is unable to fight her feelings for him He is the one light and the only source of hope she has in a world that revolves around death and fear What she does not know is that Devon has some dark secrets of his own secrets even frightening and dangerous than hers Secrets that threaten to tear them apart foreverBook 1 of 5This is a young adult fictional story that includes some language violence and mild sexual situations Recommended for ages fifteen and upCover art by wwwEbookLaunchcom. I tried but I can't I hate to judge a book so soon but so far it hasn't held my attention and I find myself focusing on the awkward writing instead of what's actually going on Thank goodness this one was free

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Lissa’s aid Cassie struggles to rid the world of the monsters that murdered her parents Though Cassie knows it is her fate she chafes against her heritage and is resentful of the shortened lifespan that has been placed upon her by the circumstances of birth Struggling to get through every day Cassie finds herself simply going through the motions of living That is until Devon arrives Tall dark and mysterious his arrival turns the school and Cassie’s life upside down Fighting against her fierce attraction to him and the chaos he represents in her carefully ordered days she is. Wow This was terrible and I'm sad about that because Erica Stevens's other series is so goodThere were uite a few things that drove me crazy about this To vs too was one of them and possessives being used instead of plurals was another I don't understand why this is so hardAnother thing that drove me crazy is that this story was needlessly drawn out as the characters continually went over and over the same feelings in every chapter Sometimes the same things were stated in slightly different ways in adjoining paragraphs Very annoying 255 pages really could have been 100 pagesFor a group of vampire Hunters not Hunter's Erica there was surprisingly little action I would've loved to have seen Cassie's grandmother fend off an attack or seen Chris's mom embarrass him somehow This is a show versus tell problem The author tells us but neglects to show us The book would be stronger if there were actions instead of feelingsI won't be continuing this series I really don't care if Devon changes Cassie into a vampire I don't care if they kill Julian and I especially don't care whether Marcy lives or dies Nice try but not good enough for publishing Good thing it was free It definitely isn't good enough to pay for

Erica Stevens ☆ 3 review

Kindred author Erica SteveLibrarian's note Alternate cover edition of ASIN B0086O637What do you do when the one you love is also you worst enemy Trapped in a destiny she does not want Cassie finds herself lost and adrift until he walks into her life turning it upside down and awakening her in ways that she never dreamed possibleCassie is stunned and devastated to learn that she belongs to a long line of vampire slayers known as The Hunters A murderous rampage by a group of elder vampires has left the Hunter line decimated and the remaining Hunters scattered around the world With her friends Chris and Me. I read and absolutely loved “The Captive Series” by Erica Stevens so I decided to give “The Kindred Series” a try I must start off by saying that the book has a great story line and I love the characters However a lot of things in this book were repetitive; Cassie’s feeling for Devon his feelings for her and the need for her to cry which seems like every 10 minutes I still find myself liking Cassie’s character because she started off so strong it’s just that when Devon came into her life she lost all of her strength so it’s there she just needs to grab a hold of it It seems like just when everything stopped being repetitive the book ended and the ending was great It ended leaving me wanting but I feel stuck because if the second book is as repetitive as the first I don’t think it’s worth reading but then at the same time I would like to know what happens between the characters in the book The second book might be the one to hook me sweep me off my feet and blow me away