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Monday, February 1, 2010
Review - Turning Ash by Crymsyn Hart
Title: Turning Ash
Author: Crymsyn Hart
Publisher: Phaze Books
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Rating: You Need to Read
Reviewed By: Janelle
After a year of talking, Ashling is finally going to meet Devlin in person. Devilishly handsome, he's haunted her dreams ever since she saw his picture. However, their first meeting doesn't go as planned. Nearly killed by a vampire hunter, Ashling is pulled into a dark world she never thought existed. One where vampires are real.
Devlin isn't the man he purports to be and Markus, his sire, has another agenda for Ashling. On the run from the hunters, she finds herself in a new city and a die-hard attraction to Markus that she can't shake. Trying to blend in and forget about vampires, she's dragged back into their blood soaked world. And then the hunters find her once more.
Will Devlin come to her rescue? Will Markus reveal his true intentions? Or will the hunters get what they really came for?
This book is an exciting adventure about a girl who finds herself in over her depth in a world she never knew to be real. One of the best part of the story is the ability to identify with Ashling, she’s scared and confused, but willing to forge ahead despite these things. But while she is strong enough to stand on her own two feet, she also knows that she cannot always be her own savor. This makes her a very likeable and relatable character.
The romance in this story, however, fell flat. The main couple have been communicating for over a year on IM by the time the story begins. So all the flirting and getting to know each other parts of a typical romance have been skipped over. It leaves the whole relationship feeling very forced.
Overall, I recommend this book for those looking for an exciting story that isn’t too heavy on the romance.