Juniper's life is about to get a lot more complicated. Not only does she not have fangs, like most of her classmates, but her parents have agreed to star in a reality TV show. Now everyone will see inside the lives of humans. The problem? Juniper is humiliated and angry. The solution? Become an awesome vampire hunter.
Unfortunantely, Juniper isn't very good, but she will be soon enough. One night on the hunt she gets caught in an tough situation, and she gets saved by a sweet and hot vampire. Things quickly take off in the right direction, but the story is only beginning and won't be perfect for long.
I thought the concept for this book was amazing, but the final product fell a little short. The potential for this series is endless, but the author has some work to do. The biggest problems were the horrific grammatical errors. I tried not to let it bother me, but it was such a problem that I couldn't focus on the story. I think this could be such a great series but there is a way to go.
I do want to say thanks to the author for giving me the chance to read this novel. I was lucky enough to win "Freak" in a giveaway, and I am glad that I was able to read and review it.