Sunday, April 13, 2014

Blog Tour Kickoff and Review of Craving (Willow Creek #1) by Stephanie Summers

Synopsis: A small idyllic town nestled in the Appalachian Mountains is home to a thriving community. People are happy, crime is practically nonexistent, life is good…unless you’re Sabine Crowley, who has been chosen to be the next blood bag for the vampire lord who has protected the town from otherworldly creatures for 200 years. 

Sabine has big dreams for her life, and none of them include becoming a vampire’s concubine. On her 18th birthday, she seeks solitude to process the cruel turn her destiny has taken. As she sits alone in Cleary Park, a sexy stranger approaches her. He’s tall, mysterious, handsome, and a complete jerk. He soon reveals himself to be a vampire and she’s terrified of him and her strange attraction to him. She wants to get as far away from him as possible, yet finds herself wondering if she’ll see him again. 

Remy, the cocky newcomer vampire, has been summoned by his maker, Bastian, to take his place beside him in the hierarchy of vampires inhabiting Willow Creek. He’s none too thrilled to be stuck in a boring little town in the middle of nowhere where he’ll have to feed exclusively from the girl he’s been paired with. He’s repulsed by the whole situation. 

When Sabine tries to run away from her fate, Remy is forced to follow and bring her back. They’re unwillingly thrust into each other’s lives and reluctantly find an undeniable attraction between themselves. Will they ever look past their contempt for one another and act on their urges? Or are they destined to hate each other forever?

3.5 Stars

Review: All I have to say is Thank Goodness I do not live in Willow Creek!  Sabine and Remy are polar opposites, but I came to love them both.  It was a great story of love and sacrifice.  I really wish the author could have put more detail into the story; the time frames between each description were so far apart, it left me wishing I knew what was happening in the days/weeks that were skipped over.  Overall it was a good book, and I look forward to reading what Remy is going to hunt for on the boarders of Willow Creek….


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