Professionally edited by KMS Freelance Editing and rereleased 1/17/13 Traumatized by her past, and struggling to move on from it, Sera has spent the past three years of college hiding herself from the world and content to stay that way. A chance encounter with Liam shatters her sheltered world,... show more
Professionally edited by KMS Freelance Editing and rereleased 1/17/13 Traumatized by her past, and struggling to move on from it, Sera has spent the past three years of college hiding herself from the world and content to stay that way. A chance encounter with Liam shatters her sheltered world, leaving her stunned and shaken by the strange feelings and emotions he arises in her, feelings she never thought she would experience and that frighten her in their intensity. Harboring a dark and deadly secret of his own, Liam knows that he should stay away from Sera; that he will only bring her more hurt, but he is irresistibly drawn to her and unable to deny himself the pleasure that only she can bring to him. But when their pasts collide with their present, and Liam's true nature is revealed, will their love for each other be enough, or will they be torn apart forever? 18+ Cover art by www.EbookLaunch.com
Publish date: July 29th 2012
Pages no: 450
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Adult Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, New Adult
Series: Vampire Awakenings (#1)
Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest Awakened is the first book from the Vampire Awakening Series and it is written by USA Today bestselling author Brenda K. Davies. This is a book where a guy meets a girl. Girl has a secret and tells it on their first date. Boy is a vampire, but we are...
This was a really good beginning to a series. I do agree with most of the other reviewers that this would definitely improve from some time in the hands of an editor. My English Composition and Grammar professor would have been scrawling all over this if I'd handed in a paper with even half this man...
I like books with a soulmate storyline and this one has been added to my collection. A couple of additions to the plot i.e. the aggression factor but overall the book keeps to one of my all time favorite themes.