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I had to stop reading halfway through to check and make sure there would be a sequel as I didn’t want this to be the end of Alexis’s story! Thankfully there will be one coming soon. I can’t wait to read it too!
-Angieleigh, Once Upon a Book
Seventeen year old Alexis finds herself on the eve of her eighteenth birthday. What generally means a step into adulthood instead opens its way to a terrifying truth about not only her family, but herself. She comes from a long line of vampire hunters, and her real dad wants her to carry on the family quest. At the same time, she is falling for a new boy at school who has his own secret. He is a vampire. Alexis is forced to make a decision from which there is no turning back. – Will she deny this newly discovered heritage, or embrace it.
Twin Souls is the first book in KA Poe’s Young Adult Nevermore series and is approximately 60,000 words in length. The second book of the series, Hybrid, is now out!
This reader gave it five stars!
I got this book while it was on a free promotion through Amazon. Usually when I DL a free book (I download tons) I will read a couple chapters to see if I will eventually read it, or should just go ahead and delete it. By the time I finished chapter two I think it was, I was hooked. I ended up going ahead and reading the whole book in a day, and it isn’t a short book. Longer than most free I think.
I read some of the reviews here AFTER I read the book and just needed to say that I really like the fast pace. I love the style of book, semi-short chapters that keep you needing to read the next. I loved it being fast and not having hours of filler stuff that I end up getting bored with in most other books.
Another thing I liked was how the romance is on the back burner. Love is a big part of the story, but not in the same way as like Twilight or 50 Shades (shudder). It’s not shoved in your face and crammed down your throat. The story is about vampires, vampire hunting, and what those two things existing in our otherwise normal world would affect.
Overall an awesome book that I think a wide audience can enjoy. I’m a guy and still liked it a lot. – Brad