Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Review of Reborn by C.C. Hunter

Return to the beloved world of Shadow Falls, a camp that teaches supernatural teens to harness their powers—and where a vampire named Della will discover who she’s meant to be.

For Della Tsang, Shadow Falls isn't just a camp: it's home. As a vampire who's never fit in with her human family, it's the one place she can truly be herself. But when a mysterious new guy arrives at camp, Della’s whole world is thrown into turmoil. Chase is a vampire with secrets, who knows more than he’s telling. But the more time she spends with him, the more she begins to trust this attractive stranger—and feel drawn to him. But romance is the last thing she wants—as she keeps telling Steve, the hunky shapeshifter who won’t stop trying to win her heart. And if Della isn't careful, he just might succeed.  When a new case puts everyone she cares about in danger, Della’s determined to do everything she can to save them . . . even if it means teaming up with Steve and Chase, who leave her more confused than ever. With their lives on the line, will Della and her friends survive—with their hearts intact?


More Shadow Falls? More mysteries to solve? More of the girls and their sexy guys? YES PLEASE!
It took me a little bit to get into Della's pov, but once I did, I was hooked. Her character is so spunky and there is a lot there for the author to explore. I'm glad she got her own book finally (other than a novella).
Boys. Boys. Boys. Della's love life gets complicated when Steve insists they should be together, yet the new guy at Shadow Falls seems pretty drawn to her. You will be wavering at the end, because nothing turns out as it seems.
This book was very well written and I can't wait to read Eternal, the next book in the series this fall. Overall, this story had everything I was looking for. I have to give it five glittery stars for its pure awesomeness.

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