Top positive review
Good Love Story!!
Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2016
The Willows was a resort area in Tennessee, particularly attractive to vampires and other paranormals who were able to hide their eternal young appearance among the transient human tourists who came and went. No one really noticed the paranormals among them. The witches, shifters, and vampires stayed with their own kind and ignored the others. But Isaac’s sister, a vampire, and shifter decided to fall in love, resulting in the murder of Isaac’s maker and an innocent witch. A battle was imminent!
To gain information, Isaac broke into a witch’s home and grabbed her. He took her to the cave he would be living in while he dealt with this situation, as he was now the temporary vampire leader. He was curious why his body felt so shocked just from holding her as he ran to the cave at vampire speed. She stared at him, but not fearful as he expected. He was sure she was using magic on him and he bellowed in anger. But her shock came from knowing him, remembering his horrible car accident and how she and others tried to save him. She hadn’t known he was still alive.
He told her he needed information from her about what the witches planned in retaliation. But she told him she was sort of an outcast and they did not tell her their plans. Instead, she was attracted to him, the object of her long ago school-girl crush. She wanted him. Would she be able to convince him that they needed each other? Would the hostilities among the paranormals erupt and make them enemies, forced to choose sides?
First, the book really needs an editor, mainly due to incorrect words, extra or missing words, wrong verb tense, and misspellings throughout. But ignoring that, which I assume will be corrected at publication, the story itself was pretty good. The inner conflicts among the characters really brought out their qualities. And Isaac and Winter completed each other in a very good way. It made the reader hope for a future for them. I do recommend reading this book for its engaging story. I voluntarily reviewed this book and my comments reflect my honest opinion.