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Haven by Celia Breslin – Review


Blurb:

San Francisco nightclub owner Carina Tranquilli works hard, plays hard, and never allows the death of her parents and her twelve-year memory gap to get her down. But her life takes a left turn when a witch attacks her on her twenty-fifth birthday.

Three hauntingly familiar vampires emerge to reveal she possesses a latent power. To protect her from their enemies, they admit to wiping her memories clean and abandoning her as a child, but now they need her help. As she struggles to evade her new protectors and even newer enemies, she meets Alexander, an enigmatic, undead musician. Insta-lust flares, leaving her wanting more.

With evil’s minions hounding her every move, and everything she thought she knew turned on its axis, Carina must harness her burgeoning power, unravel her vampire family’s web of deceit, and fight to have a love life… without getting killed in the process.

My Review:

What do you get when you cross childhood trauma, weird-ass family and some hot and sexy vamps? Haven. Haven is a dark and brooding twist of a journey, from a hangover-laced birthday party to a life-or-death fight that won’t leave a single cast member unchanged.

I loved Alexander, hunk that he is, and I wasn’t too sure about Rina. No matter what side he’s on, I’m not a real fan of Jonas. The twists were wonderful and kept me guessing, while I couldn’t help but be dragged on in the plot and characters’ lives.

4.5/5

Buy Links:

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July 18, 2014 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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