As seen in Issue 3 of Uncaged Book Reviews. To read the full issue, see the link below.
Her classmates are becoming vampires.
Sasha is accused of being their Sire.
The one person she thought she could trust has turned against her.
Secrets from the past haunt Sasha’s present, making her senior year one of turmoil and deception.
Uncaged Review: This is a fun read and brings you back to the “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” days in a lot of ways. Sasha is a Slayer of vampires and also a Halfling – half vampire, with a lot of the bonuses and none of the drawbacks of being a full-on vampire. Her job is to kill vampires who are killing humans – mostly the young ones that can’t control their urges. But someone is turning Sasha’s classmates from school into vampires, and everyone is saying that Sasha is the one doing it. Along comes Rhydian, who adds some conflict between Sasha and Hutch, and eventually he helps in starting to unravel the secrets that were never told to Sasha.
There are a lot of secrets, some suspense and plenty of action. This book has a good pace. I didn’t particularly fall in love with the character Sasha right away, especially after what she does in the beginning of the book to her boyfriend Hutch, but she grew on me as I kept reading. This is a book that sits inside a series, and is a follow-up to another story, but it’s an easy read as a standalone. Reviewed by Cyrene
Side note: My apologies to the author, in my review in the magazine, I used the name "Sara" in my review instead of "Sasha." I don't know why I mixed them up, but I've fixed that here.