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It's definitly not your typical paranormal romance. The author gave the genre a whole new twist and there are still things the reader doesn't know, which is why I'm looking forward to reading the next book View all 6 comments.
Jul 17, DKristin rated it really liked it Shelves: own-a-copy. If you're in the mood for PNR I tots recommend it. Jul 31, Mary rated it it was amazing. Leighton fan! Leighton' stories! She is an author that knows how to keep you on the edge of your seat.
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Best part of book: BO! Bo is the best part of this book. Hot, young and caring vampire is how I would describe Bo. Oh, did I forget to mention he is HOT! Well, he is! On review is on www. On top of that, he has very, very strong feelings for Ridley. At first, Ridley kind of got on my nerves and here is why: she was a follower.
She did everything her friends wanted her to do and she saw right through them. However, she never stood up to them. See, Ridley has had a rough past few years and it was not until Bo came into her life that she began to see things differently.
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She was immediately pulled to Bo. Um, hello!
Hot vampire! But it was more than that. Bo was there for Ridley more than once to save her and he would sacrifice anything for her! Talk about a cliffhanger. But, after I tweeted M. Leighton she told me it would be ok and read book 2. Why read this book: Ok, I know what you are thinking: hot vampire and a girl - been there, done that.
This has a lot more "story" to it then just love. Oct 02, Jody rated it it was amazing Shelves: romance , vampires. Leighton creates an enticing sexy romance between Ridley and Bo. This isn't your average vampire romance but creates a new mythology that I haven't encountered before. Bo is the most amazing hero who is intense, romantic and protective. Bo takes Ridley's life by storm upsetting her carefully planned escape from her life where she is just biding her time until she can escape her small town to Stanford.
Ridley's life is very pretend and she seems to just keep going through the motions with her M. Ridley's life is very pretend and she seems to just keep going through the motions with her home and school life.
Bo makes her feel again and draws her in on a complete soul level. Their romance is intense and will make your heart flutter and swoon. This pair of soul mates will keep you reading and wanting the next book to continue their story right away. Ridley is the captian of the cheerleaders and looking forward to college. She has a steady boyfriend, Drew, and belongs to the 'it' crowd. Suddenly she notices and is drawn to Bo who is a new transfer to Harker High. Ridley discovers Bo's secret and is caught up in his dangerous world.
Since losing her sister in a car accident 3 years ago, Ridley has been going throught the motions. Her mother is a drunk and her Dad is out of town more than home. Ridley is on her own. Bo shows her love and understanding that has been missing in her life. However Bo has revenge on his mind.
He is killing vampires to find and revenge his Dad's death. Together Bo and Ridley must discover the underground world of their small town and try to keep their love alive. This book was actually pretty darn good. I was a little worried from what people were saying about it being just a rip off of twilight, but it really wasn't. I do see where some people were saying that, because I mean, you have a vampire who captivates this girl, and she is totally taken with him and his mysterious self.
But the whole story line is different, with different problems and a different love. I really liked the problems that were faced in this book. Of all the vampire book This book was actually pretty darn good. Of all the vampire books I have read I have never came across the way of dying Bo was faced with. It put a whole new spin on being a vampire. Also, the end threw me for one heck of a loop. I really will have to buy the second book it is killing me that much.
I fell in love with the love that Ridley had for Bo. Especially after she fed from him. I also never encountered that with another vamp book. How her sense of smell and sight and hearing were improved just from him, how she felt him near her. I also loved when Bo was in trouble, Ridley turned into a bad ass. Great vampire book that you will HAVE to buy the sequel to, because there is just too much to leave you with. Too many questions that need to be answered. Give this book a read!! Jun 02, Janeia rated it really liked it. This book went somewhere completley different Don't get me wrong, there's still un-dying love and a girl who thinks she's undeserving I couldn't put it down How would Trinity get revenge?
Was Drew giving up with out a fight? All my questions had to answered before I put the book down She ended the book! Hello amazon. I am in search of the second book Oct 29, Leah rated it did not like it. Sorry to say, but this book was horrible. There was no substance. The writing was so juvenile, I felt as though I wrote this book. I am not a writer by any means and would never consider myself one, but this book was written like I would write.
It started off like it was a spin off from Twilight and I couldn't shake the feeling the whole time I was reading it. It was no where near as good as Twilight, but it seems as though the author was trying to go for the same depth Twilight offered but fail Sorry to say, but this book was horrible.
It was no where near as good as Twilight, but it seems as though the author was trying to go for the same depth Twilight offered but failed miserably. I wish Leighton nothing but success and hope that the author can write with more depth and not so superficial in the future.
The best of luck Leighton. Jul 09, Melissa rated it really liked it Shelves: reads. For the first third of this book I kept imagining the reviews that I might read of this book. I'm sure there would be some out there who would dismiss this book as simply being a Twilight knock-off, and to be sure, there are a few similarities in plot between the two stories. However, to be perfectly fair, this book is very different from the Twilight story, and I enjoyed it immensely.
I should start off with full disclosure to say that I am a Twilight fan, but I have grown to see a few big flaw For the first third of this book I kept imagining the reviews that I might read of this book. I should start off with full disclosure to say that I am a Twilight fan, but I have grown to see a few big flaws in that story, so I'm not one of those fans who can see no wrong in the Twilight universe. I want to explain exactly what I loved about this book and why I think that comparison between the two novels is unfair. Let's just start with the similarities so we can get them out of the way.
For the Love of a Vampire, like Twilight, also stars a super hot teenage vampire who falls desperately in love with a regular human girl. Like Twilight, young Bo refuses to indulge by drinking human blood, and he is very restrained when hanging out with Ridley, who constantly seems to be earning giant gashes which spew blood all over the place.
Bo and Ridley have an instant chemical sort of attraction that is all-encompassing. Both of them super love each other to distraction, willing to die for one another if necessary in order to save the other. And, like in the Twilight series, our hero, Bo, is so concerned for the safety of his love, Ridley, that he is constantly trying to convince her that he is no good for her, and he attempts a bit feebly, I must say at one point to leave Ridley for good.