April 2, 2013

Giveaway, Cover Reveal, & Review!

Violet Midnight (Violet Night Trilogy, book 1) by Lynn Rush

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Genre: YA Paranormal (New Adult)
Edition Reviewed: eBook
Amazon: Paperback | Kindle
Goodreads: Violet Dawn

Let the Hunt begin…

Blending in with her college co-eds proves difficult for vampire Hunter, Emma Martin, considering the mystical tattoo on her wrist glows whenever Vamps are near. And after three months of silence, the glow is back with a vengeance.

Jake Cunningham witnesses Emma, a violet-eyed beauty, using unimaginable powers to fight off a fanged creature. Finally, after two years of searching, he may have found out what he’s become—a Hunter, like Emma.

Thankful for an ally in the fight against the Vamps, Emma finds hope and comfort in Jake’s arms. As she learns more about her new love’s family and its dark heritage, she may be forced not only to hunt them but to sacrifice her life to save Jake’s soul.

***Portion of all proceeds donated to American Cancer Society***


Review:

Right off the bat I was put off. A vampire with a mark that starts to glow when vampires are near? Sorry, but that’s just stupid. First off all the hunter has to cover up the mark so no one notices, which begs to question why the glow. Secondly if the hunter forgets about it then they’re just glowing out there like good vampire bait. Then the magic weapons pulled out of thin air happened and I was all in! Yes, girl and their toys.

Emma is a college student by day and a vampire hunter by night. She keeps a low profile and only has a few select friend. She’s mind wiped a few—which to me is kind of crappy—and does what she needs to to keep under the radar. However, after months of quiet the vampires are starting to attack in clusters. Something is up, and then Jake steps in.

While the name is kind of common in the genre, the man is not! There’s some great chemistry here! Which I love you just can’t top great chemistry to get your blood pumping. The action scenes are edgy and only add to the great passing of this book. It’s the perfect kind of action.

Sure there are a few minor problems that irritated just a itsy bit, but the over all funness of this book. It’s a great action book highlighting the fun bits of why readers love vampire hunter stories.

Sexual Content: It’s clean for the kiddies.

 
3/5- Adored it, just a few minor details held it back


Previous book(s) in series:
Reviewed on BW: Amazon: Goodreads:
Violet Midnight (1)
Violet Dawn (2) 

Violet Midnight (1)
Violet Dawn (2)
Violet Midnight (1)
Violet Dawn (2)

Cover Reveal:

Time for the for the big reveal of Violet Dawn, the second book in The Violet Night Trilogy!

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Violet Dawn by Lynn Rush

Links above to add or grab the book to your Goodreads or Amazon account.

In the darkest place, the Light shines brightest.

Emma’s love saved Jake from life as a vampire. But their happily ever after is threatened by a savage Vamp seeking retribution for destroying the Avenos Trinity of Evil.

A mysterious stranger enters the mix, coinciding with the first Vamp attack in months. Emma’s new friendship, and the suspicion and deceit surrounding it, further drives a wedge between her and Jake.

To complicate things, Emma is bitten by a Vamp with abilities no one has ever seen before, and that bite has left its mark.

A mark that might tear Jake and Emma apart forever…


Giveaway!

So excited to host this amazing giveaway! Click on the image below if you have problems entering the giveaway.!

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So what’s up for grabs? A free kindle E-reader! Giveaway ends after April 2nd, so jump in on it!

Enter the giveaway here!

2 comments:

LynnRush said...

Thanks for participating in the release day festivities!!

Shera BookWhispers said...

No prob! Thanks for dropping in!