Unbound Review

Betrayal, passion, family secrets, murder, and vampires…

What else would one expect during their freshman year of college?

After her birth, Danielle Vaughn, and her mother were ushered out of town in a surreptitious attempt to save her life; vampire prejudice can be deadly.
Like any normal nineteen year old, her biggest worry in life was blending in and working hard to keep her grades up. Her departure from a small town in search of a higher education causes a domino effect; she quickly finds herself maneuvering through a maze of enemies and lovers who are all hell bent on capturing her at any cost.
Danielle’s life is turned upside down by the return of her father and the society of vampires that shattered her human mother’s life. She must find a way to survive in the new world she is thrust into by a power hungry rogue on the hunt for gifted vampire youth. The hierarchy of the vampire nation is rocked by the existence of a demi-vamp who has challenged their narrow-minded views of the human race.

Warning: Adult Content

I really liked this book. I love vampires in fact there is not much about vampires I don’t know (classes taken, many many hours of research done.) The only problem with that is I tend to not like many vampire related books (shows I will watch because I end up being able to play the same dvd for background noise for days) but books they can get a bit much for me. But lately there is a great group of paranormal writers out there and this is one of them! I would suggest checking this book out! For 2.99 you can’t go wrong, and it will give you hours of entertainment… In fact I may go back and read this one again soon! I loved the characters, they seemed so real! Characters are not only dealing with the drama of a hidden secrets, love hexangles (like a love triangle but with the number 6!) class structures, but they also they are growing up, coming into the adult world of serious commitments, college, the loss of innocence, and many other things that takes you from child to adult. I thought it was great that the author allows the characters to, for lack of a better description, have multiple relationships, this is rare with romance or almost any other novel, which makes them seem more real to the read, at least this reader! So you 18+ crowd check this book out!!! I did give it only 4 1/2 stars because of a few parts that did have me skimming over them, but nothing to major!!! Check it out!!!

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