Danielle Sarabia


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Smashwords book reviews by Danielle Sarabia

  • Ties To The Blood Moon on March 10, 2013

    Following her mother's death, Genevieve is forced to move to her aunt's house in Alaska. After arriving, she begins noticing her aunt Bev and others keeping things from her and strange events occurring only to discover that not everything is what it seems to be. I couldn't connect with Gen. She was emotionally all over the place. She was childish, immature, and whiny, which made me strongly dislike her. I found William, a vampire,  not genuine and something about him just wasn't....right. I was neutral about Joseph, a werewolf and royal bodyguard to Gen.  It was hard for me to enjoy this book due to all the similarities to Twilight: the cafeteria scene, love at first sight, love triangle with a vampire and werewolf, the legend, picnic in the meadows, etc. However, there were some aspects I liked, such as the protagonist being a rare hybrid, and how the story was unpredictable and fast paced. Unfortunately, it was not enough for me and a lot of things were too unrealistic. This book just wasn't for me. *This book was given to me by the author in exchange for my honest review.*
  • Shadow of the Blood Moon on March 10, 2013

    Gen along with William set off to Prague to find her kidnapped mother. William soon starts doubting Gen and tensions fly and loyalties are questioned.  This book picks up immediately after book one, so you will quickly become confused if you haven't read the first book. The love triangle gets hectic. Gen goes back and forth between William and Joseph. It was like a seesaw. New characters are introduced. I was still frustrated by Gen and her behaviors/actions.  There was a lot of new things happening. I enjoyed the action and once again how unpredictable it was. And of course, Mrs. Waldrop leaves us with yet another cliffhanger. This series isn't my thing but if you enjoy fantasy/paranormal/romance then give it a try. * This book was given to me by the author in exchange for my honest review.*