A Moonlit Night

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It was supposed to be a good night, as Emily Johansson celebrated with her friends. She had just been accepted into The College of Charleston, and was about to begin the rest of her life. That’s when the past caught up with her. Vampires had descended on the town, and they were all searching for her.

This episodic novelette is approximately 7,800 words in length. More
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Words: 8,560
Language: English
ISBN: 9781927123010

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Review by: maryalice tillman on Feb. 05, 2014 :
I quick short story, Emily went from helpless to powerful and not knowing where her power can from. I'm not sure how the prelude came into it.maybe that is explained in the next book.
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Review by: Lissette E. Manning on Oct. 05, 2011 :
We meet Emily Johansson, who's out her friends celebrating her acceptance into The College of Charleston. She's young, vibrant, and quite ready to tackle life as it comes her way.

Her brother, and her friends, have always been there for her, ready to give her a helping hand whenever she needs it. They've been able to overcome the death of their parents at such a young age, yet they've never been able to understand the actual cause of their murders.

Falling prey to those that seek to do her harm, Emily's saving grace is a man she meets within a dark alley. There are also others watching her every move, eager to spring at any given notice.

When vampires descend upon her very doorstep, Emily must find it within herself to escape their clutches. This unleashes a power that she's never known she's had. A power that the very people hunting her covet. One that may prove to be her undoing if she doesn't get it under control.

While I like the premise for this short story, it did feel as if it was a little too rushed. There also a couple of errors/missing words found throughout the story. Setting that aside, though, the story does have promise. My one, and only, beef is that the author should have taken her time in setting the mood for the book of which this short story is a prequel of. It would have made the transition all the more sweeter.
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Review by: Penelope Frost on Aug. 18, 2011 :
Nice. An enjoyable read even though some of the paragraphs confused me a little. Otherwise a great read.
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