Vampire's Forbidden Territory: Sídhí Summer Camp #2

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
Katie, Jared, and the rest of the gang battle to stay alive in Vampire’s Forbidden Territory, the second book in the Sídhí Summer Camp series. In Sídhí Summer Camp #1, Katie finds out the hard way peace is not what the Dragon Council is after. There are consequences to finding out the Dragon Council’s true plan. Katie and Jared are now considered the perfect bait to catch members of the Khr'Vurr. More

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About Jodie B. Cooper

Jodie has lived in Alaska, New Mexico, and Oklahoma. She currently lives in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

She loves writing, but doesn't have enough time to write all the stories bouncing around in her head. She has a very thick folder of all the stories she wants to write. Perhaps one day, she'll manage to get through half the folder.

When she isn't writing, she loves reading paranormal romance and fantasy.

A few of her favorite series include: Dark Guardian Series by Rachel Hawthorne, The Binding Blade Series by L.B. Graham, Kate Daniels Series by Ilona Andrews, and Chicagoland Vampires by Chloe Neill.

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Reviews

Review by: Jonel Boyko on Feb. 07, 2013 :
What a phenomenal follow-up to the first novel in the series. Picking up where the last novel left off, everyone was back with a vengeance and this installment was even faster paced than the original.

Cooper’s writing and descriptions didn’t miss a beat in this novel. Everything remained seamless. Her storytelling draws you in further and further with each page. Descriptions and settings remain phenomenal in this sequel. I spent a great deal of time wishing that I could walk into the world that was so clearly laid out in my mind’s eye.

Character development continues in this segment of the series. You learn a great deal more about characters from the previous novel, getting to know them even better. You also meet some new characters that your heart cannot help but go out to. These characters are so real yet simultaneously surreal. However, I must say that I don’t think I’ve ever seen so many life altering misunderstandings in a single relationship. It had me torn between wanting and loathing life-mates.

At the end of the story I just had one big question. What’s next? I need to go on some more adventures with these guys.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Stephen Merritt on Dec. 25, 2012 :
Recieved this book as a review copy and haven't read the first one, this is the first book I have read from this author.
Very interesting story that includes romance, good character development and myths/legends with a tie in to the Sidhi realm.
I will likely go back and start at book one but liked this book on its own as well.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: stephanie perez on Dec. 12, 2012 :
Though I don't like reading another book from a series when I haven't read the first one, it was still easy to read. I wish I could have seen the romance in the first book but the book was really interesting and I recommend it to others.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Mixi R. on Nov. 13, 2012 :
While this book is the second in the Sidhi Summer Camp series, and I read it as the second book, it would have been easy enough to read this as it's own story. The characters remained the same, but the focus shifted to different relationships and built more around the subversive organization that wants the summer camp to fail and the evil leaders to prevail.

There was a bit more of the romance aspect in this story, but it included plenty of otherworldly creatures (some were pretty creepy)and other bits of mayhem to keep most readers interested in the outcome.

I liked the way Ms. Cooper developed the characters and incorporated some legends that "mundanes" (humans) have heard of and explained how they came from the Sidhi realm. It was another fun read, and I am looking forward to trying out some other books by Jodie B. Cooper.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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