{ARC Review+Kindle Fire G!veaway} Violet Midnight by Lynn Rush

October 16, 2012 Reviews 4

Happy release day to Lynn Rush’s new YA book- Violet Midnight! It is the first in a new exciting trilogy. 
254 pages
Published October 2012 by Crescent Moon Press
Age Group: New Adult
Source: eARC from publisher
Series: Violet Night #1
Buy this Book: Amazon


Let the Hunt begin…
Blending in with her college co-eds proves difficult for vampire Hunter, Emma Martin, considering the mystical tattoo on her wrist glows whenever Vamps are near. And after three months of silence, the glow is back with a vengeance.
Jake Cunningham witnesses Emma, a violet-eyed beauty, using unimaginable powers to fight off a fanged creature. Finally, after two years of searching, he may have found out what he’s become—a Hunter, like Emma.
Thankful for an ally in the fight against the Vamps, Emma finds hope and comfort in Jake’s arms. As she learns more about her new love’s family and its dark heritage, she may be forced not only to hunt them but to sacrifice her life to save Jake’s soul.
***Portion of all proceeds donated to American Cancer Society***

Violet Midnight is the start to a really cool new series. I was a huge fan of Buffy the Vampire Slayer in high school so as soon as the book jumps right into a scene where the main character calls a cross bow out of thin air and kills a vampire, I knew I would like this book.

Emma is freakin’ awesome. She is a hunter, although since she is one of a kind I don’t really know how everyone knows to call her the hunter, but the name isn’t really too important. What is important is that she kicks butt! Although I would hate not sleeping or eating or drinking. I love food! (I would probably get way more done if I didn’t have to sleep though) When Emma met Jake, I could feel the connection the two of them shared. It was so cool to watch them try and uncover the mystery surrounding them. Jake is pretty cool too. He really is a sweet heart.  Plus watching them train was pretty hot. I knew right away that he was not like Emma, but I loved watching the story unfold the way it did. And their connection never wavered- that was what I liked the most about Violet Midnight.

Violet Midnight is an interesting take on vampires. I was riveted. The book is pretty brisk. The action just keeps moving alone. There are no dull moments or lags in the storyline. It took awhile before we got any sort of real answers but it was so worth it. The plot just kept building and building until there was an epic ending! I loved Violet Midnight and I can’t wait to read the second book. I am a little curious as to the direction that it is going to take. I’m excited to find out!

4/5 gavels

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