Sunday, August 1, 2010

Reining In

This book has already been listed on a day before I started the rotation.  
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Reining In
Dawn Judd
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After witnessing the murder of one of her dearest friends, Khalida finds herself caught between doing what she knows is right and letting go of her past. With the help of the Network, an organization created to keep her secrets buried, Khalida will battle enemies as old as time. But will the secrets of her past destroy everything she knows and loves? Soon, another friend is facing his death, and she will have to save him. Others will follow, and she will have to make the hardest decision of her life. There is only one way to save her friends from this enemy. As she races against time, Khalida will learn that sometimes your past comes back to haunt you, even when you are a vampire.
By ARomano101
I have never left a review for a book before on here, but I just had too after I finished reading this fantastic book. It is nice to get a vampire character that is more than just good looks, and supernatural abilities. You feel for Khalida and what she goes through... you cheer for her and cry with her. It has been a while since I have read a book that I actually cared about the main character the way that I did about her. I had a hard time putting it down, just because I needed to know what happened next. It's a great book, and you will not be disappointed.


  1. I wanted to add that I have read this book. I enjoyed every minute I spent reading it too. Dawn Judd has a writing style that was very easy for me to relate to. Her characters are great and when the book ended I was disappointed there wasn't more. I guess I have to wait for the sequel just like everyone else!

  2. I had a chance to read and review her book and loved it too. Her characters felt real, like the kid next door, but beneath the surface was layers of complexity you learned while reading and I look forward to the sequel.


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