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Book Review: The Vampire Wish by Michelle Madow



Annika never thought of herself as weak—until the day vampires murdered her parents and kidnapped her from our world to the hidden vampire kingdom of the Vale.
As a brand new blood slave, Annika must learn to survive her dangerous new circumstances… or face imminent death from the monstrous wolves prowling outside the Vale’s enchanted walls. But not all in the kingdom is as it appears, and when a handsome vampire disguised as a human steps into her life, Annika discovers that falling for the enemy is sometimes too tempting to resist.
Especially when becoming a vampire might be her only chance to gain the strength she needs to escape the Vale.

Series: The Vampire Wish #1
Source: Sent by the author
Format: ebook
Genre: YA Fantasy
Rating:
Publisher: Dreamscape Publishing
Release Date: 1st June 2017

My Review...

Ever since I found out Michelle was writing a vampire book I couldn't wait to get my hands on this one! I just love starting one of Michelle's books, they are always fun, fast-paced and original! And what can I say... What an interesting take on vampires!

From the very beginning, I feel for Annika, she goes through a terrible tragedy by losing her entire family. Despite all of her struggles she doesn't lose herself and is determined to find beauty in life in defiance of all her hardships.

I love the world that Michelle had crafted and can't wait to see where the rest of the series takes us readers! A paranormal world filled with love, betrayal, revenge and tons of action, not to mention originality!

All-in-All: A fun, action-packed book filled with vampires, witches, romance, betrayal and a HUGE cliff-hanger!


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