Publish date: October 2012
Publisher: Crescent Moon Press
Pages no: 254
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
, New Adult
Series: Violet Night Trilogy (#1)
Started off well, but lost momentum. I'm pretty sure i know where this is going, but I'm not engrossed enough to keep reading and see if I'm right or not.
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 glowin...
Violet Midnight is book one in the Violet Night series from Lynn Rush. This was my first foray into Rush's writing and I wasn't disappointed.Emma Martin finds it a bit hard to blend in with her fellow students on campus these days. She's got a glowing tattoo and unimaginable powers and... well, sh...
Violet Midnight by Lynn RushViolet Midnight is the beginning of new series that I am looking forward to reading; I found I quite enjoyed Lynn Rush’s writing. The plot, characters, and over all flow of the story was written extremely well, I found myself wrapped up in the novel and read it in one a...
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