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Ashlyn wakes up one morning soaking wet, and in her clothes, but isn't sure how she got that way. It's normal for her to wake up after sleep walking, and be a bit confused, but it's never been this extreme. Was she capable of attacking someone while asleep, she doesn't think so, until the cops show up at her door.
Ashlyn is a sorcerer, which vampires love because of their blood which is like a narcotic, and extremely addictive. What happens when Ashlyn finds out she might have actually attacked a large group of hellhounds, vampires and other supernatural beings, but can't remember any of it. What has she gotten herself into, and how will she get herself out of it.
This book was extremely interesting, with a great spin on the typical vampire books. Not may vampire books that I have read have had sorcerers incorporated into them. It has great imagination and a great amount of detail. Almost too much detail, since there is a lot of filler and extra information included all throughout the book that seems to go on and on, when I was mainly interested in the main plot of the story.
I did enjoy reading all of the book, I just wish the theme would've stuck with the war that is approaching them and left out a lot of the extra info that seems to just take up time and space. Overall I would give this book a 5/5. It's got great detail and creativity that made this book a one of a kind read.
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