August Westman


August Westman currently lives along the Rocky Mountains in central Utah with her husband and his goldfish. When she isn't writing, she spends her time making and decorating baked goods, watching Doctor Who, or doing a variety of nerd hobbies at the local game store, which she affectionately calls the "nerd hole".

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Dance Into the Dark: A Living in the Shadows Novel
Price: Free! Words: 104,400. Language: English. Published: July 18, 2012 . Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy
(5.00 from 4 reviews)
Kenna always felt that she and her family were different, but she had no idea just how different until the night she witnesses something extraordinary happening in her own back yard. Flung into a world where vampires, werewolves, witches, and demons lurk in the shadows, she must learn where her place is, both in the world of light, and in the world of shadows.

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contemporary fantasy    dancing    demons    fantasy    fire    ghost    half vampire    magic    teenager    vampire    werewolves   

Smashwords book reviews by August Westman

  • The Homecoming Masquerade (Girls Wearing Black: Book One) on Oct. 03, 2012

    I love, love, LOVED this book! I was absolutely fascinated with its non-linear format and the fact that the main story takes place over the course of only a few hours. The characters are well written and believable, and the fact that they drive the story (the story doesn't drive them) is a joy.
  • A Diamond in My Pocket on Oct. 03, 2012

    I throughly enjoyed the universe Lorena Angell set up for her characters - the differences in abilities between supernatural groups is interesting and adds a unique depth to the story. The characters had good depth to them, and the internal struggles Calli deals with make the story engaging from beginning to end.
  • Eternity on Oct. 03, 2012

    Very unique idea, and a refreshing departure from the standard vampire/werewolf novel. I like how many of the ongoing story lines were wrapped up cleanly, with hints at a greater story line at the end, keeping the reader engaged and interested.