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by Elizabeth Hunter
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Jessica's Book Thoughts
Jessica's Book Thoughts rated it 1 year ago
This was a good read far surpassed my expectations. I like how Hunter created her vampires. Not entirely unique but very well thought out and their history is nicely added to the story bit by bit. I really like how she kept it sexy but not smutty. The two main characters are good together, I do wish...
Rachel's books
Rachel's books rated it 1 year ago
Dr. Giovanni Vecchio is a vampire and a rare book dealer. Beatrice De Novo or as she prefers "B," is an information sciences major with plans to be a librarian. Through individuals in their past, their present is mingled. As is usually the case, Gio is an older vampire, wise in the way of the world....
The Batty Girl Blog
The Batty Girl Blog rated it 3 years ago
I loved the first two-thirds of the book, but when it tumbled it went right over the cliff for me. B's reaction to circumstances didn't at all mesh with anything I would expect from her or any other rational intelligent woman like her. 3 stars because I'll likely read the second installment and pra...
The Book Blog at the End of the Universe
Anyone with the name Dr. Giovanni Vecchio will start to peak my interest. How could a name like that not be interesting? Well, A Hidden Fire doesn't disappoint. Add to the hot name a personality that men should kill for, and he's wicked smart? I love books, they make even the most impossible dreams ...
Tami
Tami rated it 5 years ago
I so liked this! Interesting and realistic characters and behaviour - banter and humor, action and suspense and so on. Two little things that weren't great: The take on vampires was far away from original, actually more like sticking to most tropes as close as possible. Also the whole "book hunt...
mikabull
mikabull rated it 5 years ago
This book took me a while to get through. First off - it's boring! I don't think anything actually happened until the end of the book. I felt like the whole book they were sitting in the library studying and talking. The back and forth banter between B and Giovanni reminded me of how high schoolers ...
Just Another Reader
Just Another Reader rated it 5 years ago
A Hidden Fire was one of those kindle freebies I picked up a while ago and promptly forgot about. It was picked for me in a group I'm in. I'm glad I read it. The beginning definitely reminded me a lot of A Discovery of Witches, which I didn't love, but it was much better. The relationship was well...
Nichole ~ Bookaholic
Nichole ~ Bookaholic rated it 5 years ago
I'm not real sure how I feel about this one, for me it was extremely slow until the last 20-30% of the book and while the ending is not a cliff hanger after all that build up...really really frustrating...I will read the next book but it will be a "make it or break it" book for me
TaylorCaitlin
TaylorCaitlin rated it 5 years ago
How to write a vampire love story:1. Take a man who is perfect in every imaginable way and make him a vampire.2. Add sociopathic, obsessive, and possessive traits to said perfect man.3. Add a girl who is boring, plain, over emotional, and kinda stupid, and have vampire "fall in love" with her for ap...
I Am Carina And I Speak For The Books!
3.5 to 4 starsHere's the thing:If you're looking for a new concept, fresh idea, original paranormal being, etc, you're not going to find it here.What you WILL find here, is an excellent execution on a familiar theme.The story, the plot and the characters, oh specially the characters! The characters ...
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