Vampire Innocent #1
Sarah Wright woke up a few times after parties in strange places―but the morgue’s a first.
At eighteen, she’s eager for a taste of independence, moving out of state to attend college. A change of scenery is extra-needed due to a bad breakup with her boyfriend, Scott. However, soon after escaping the body cooler, she makes two startling realizations: vampires are real, and she is one.
There’s nothing quite like an untimely death to ruin plans. California’s sunny beaches aren’t the best place for vampires to chill, and worse, not only does she wind up stuck in Seattle, she’s still living (figuratively) with her parents.
They take the news surprisingly well―after all, it’s better than burying her―even helping move her bedroom to the basement. A disinterested sire, distraught friends, nosy Men in Black, and awestruck younger siblings complicate her adjustment to the new normal of being an immortal still subject to her parents’ rules.
Undeath has its perks, but it also brings enemies. Without a copy of ‘Fangs for Dummies,’ Sarah’s left scrambling for answers when one such new enemy attacks her siblings and friends. If she can’t figure out how to vampire, her attempt to spare her family the grief of losing her may wind up killing them.
Publisher: Division Zero Press
Sara doesn’t know what to think when she wakes up in a morgue after a night spent with her friends, but she’s definitely not expecting to meet Dalton and find out about an entire world she never even dreamed existed. Of course, no one told her that the first rule of being a vampire is walking away from your old life. Trying to fit back in among her family and friends is not easy, but Sara can’t imagine it any other way, at least not until things really start getting complicated. As if learning how to drink blood and manage life only going out at night isn’t bad enough … she’s suddenly got some strong enemies in A Nighttime of Forever: Vampire Innocent Book 1 by Matthew S. Cox.
If you’re into the paranormal and supernatural, you’re going to love this book. Sara is a great character and one you want to read more about. Her friends and everyone she meets along the way are interesting as well and they’re going to make you keep turning the pages. This is a story that really pulls you into the more fun side of what can happen in your life. Sara is the type of girl who can roll with the punches and she’s not afraid to jump into anything to protect the people that she loves. Between her and Dalton, you’re going to want to find out even more (I can’t wait for that second book in the future). I know I’d recommend A Nighttime of Forever: Vampire Innocent Book 1 to all of my friends.