Thursday, August 11, 2011

Review of Sugar Rush by Kimber An

                                                          Overview 
Running and screaming will have to wait. A blood-sucking dead guy may be a vampire to you, but he’s an alien/human hybrid to Ophelia and she really must examine his olfactory nerve under a microscope first.

Ophelia longs to be free, free of Diabetes, free of her ex-boyfriend, free to live. She loves Adrian, but she loved Martin once too. Something transformed Martin and made her his drug. If he has his way, she’ll never achieve the freedom to learn his true nature and origin. 



                                                   About Sugar Rush
Ophelia a diabetic girl learns her blood holds the irresistible pull to all vampires. There are two species of vampires that are incredibly powerful. In the middle of it she must fight to remain unclaimed. While at the same time falling in love with Adrian a sweet and fierce human boy. Ophelia is a smart and funny girl who the likes most ,young adult readers, haven't seen. She's no Bella Swan(Twilight)or Rose Hathaway(Vampire Academy) but rather a real-life type girl. Giving it it's much earned appeal.
              
                                    Book 1 of The Ophelia Dawson Chronicles      

                                          Overall: Good read                                                                
                            Genre: Romance, Paranormal ,  Young Adult  


                                                 My Star Review
                                                                   
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E-book:  221 pgs.
Recommended Ages: 15 and Up  
Published: October 22nd 2010 by Decadent Publishing (first published October 21st 2010)

                                       For This Review: *Author Provided Copy For Review*

                                                                    About the Author 
Kimber An never had enough books when she was a kid and the ones she didn't turn out the way she wanted. And so she started writing her own. She also loved babies a lot, but didn't know how to talk to boys. Instead she became a nanny and took care of other people's babies. Finally, she moved to Alaska where she met a boy who understood getting whacked on the head with a wadded up piece of paper meant true love. She married him and now she reads books to her own babies, and is is living happily ever after. Visit Kimber's website: www.kimberan.com. Kimer An is published by Decadent Publishing: www.decadentpublishing.com ,one of my favorite,  new publishers on the rise. They have some great book and authors.

                                           
     

1 comment:

Kimber An said...

Thank you for reading and reviewing, Cassandra!

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