Sunday, May 3, 2015

Burning at Last

Burning At Last by Crystal Rister

Sara's childhood is burned down, taking both her parents. While escaping Jarroth, Sara's childhood friend is shot, and urges her to flee far away, with the promise to find her. After years of moving from place to place she returns to Kentucky, working as a waitress and living in a motel. After having a few drinks in a bar one night, she attempts to go home only to be attacked by vicious Vampires, where a sexy stranger intervenes. Though, in the midst of fighting for her safety she is knocked unconscious, only to awaken in the strangers home, and find out he is her long lost childhood friend Jarroth. More than that, he reveals that he is a shifter wolf, and her fated mate. As they re-discover each other, and he tells her about The Burning, the past comes back with the intent to end them both. The evil that burned down Sara's home is the same that is after them, but more than that, the evil is also someone they both once knew, and loved dearly.

3.0 out of 5 stars Needs editing workMay 1, 2015
This review is from: Burning At Last (Kindle Edition)
*I received this book free in exchange for an honest opinion.*
This was a decent plot, but I have a few issues with the stories that kept me from really enjoying the book.
-At the beginning, Sara says Jarroth is seventeen but then a chapter later refers to him as nineteen.
-Sara talks about Jarroth having a scar, but we hear nothing about it or how she knows it's there.
-There's quite a few editing errors in this book
-I was confused, at first Jarroth says vamps killer her parents but then says that humans did.
This could be an interesting book. I could totally enjoy the story and be interested in hearing more if it gets some major editing done to it to fix the errors.
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