Saturday, June 9, 2012

Review: Believe by E. Leighanne Grimm-Weever

 Title:  Reflection
Author:  E. Leighanne Grimm-Weever
Rating: 4/5

Summary:   Vampires don’t really exist right? That’s what Andrea Dayla always believed despite her Uncle’s stories and constantly painting Vampires and things in such a bad, evil light.  Heading off to college, leaving the only life she’s ever known Andrea meets Shane Brennen and his family, and falls in love.  However, it turns out Andera is only one in a long line of vampire hunters and her new boyfriend is a Vampire.  As if relationships aren’t already complicated enough lets throw that in the mix! Andrea just needs to believe.

Review:  I received a copy of this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review. 

Okay, aside from a few spelling errors, I absolutely LOVE this story.  Vampires are one of my favorite creatures to read about, and how the mythos have been changed through different series is something I either love or hate, this one I love.  I was sucked in at the beginning, and I want a Shane Brennen of my own, because damn, Edward Cullen has nothing on this sexy man.

The different relationships in this story had me hooked, and I’m looking forward to reading more of this story as it unfolds in future books.  The relationships flowed effortlessly Andrea and Shane, Jack, the entire Brennen family (who I wish is my family), her Uncle and Roger, her mother, and all of it simply worked perfectly.  I love that Andrea was able to get close to everyone and show them how to understand and be at ease with what they were and how each situation was different. 

It also helps that I am a sucker for a good love story, so Andrea and Shane were really my biggest driving force in finishing this book – and it’s a paranormal love story, brownie points there! That ending is something I am still hooked on, that’s all I gotta say about that.  Definitely a must read.

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