Abigail Tate was a normal human girl. Until the day Bronx the vampire barges into her life and turns her against her will. Held captive while forced to deal with never ending cravings for blood, Abby prays for a way to escape. Only when an opportunity arises, it's with the aid of an innocent human named Tyler--except vampires are forbidden to interact with the unbitten. But Abby quickly learns this human has secrets of his own...secrets that can either help her or get her killed. Only Abby discovers that she was the one with the biggest secret of them all.
About the Author, Ashley Robertson:
Ashley Robertson resides in sunny Orlando, Florida and loves reading and writing about everything urban fantasy and paranormal romance. When she isn't writing you'll find her spending time with family and friends, training in her home gym, traveling and exploring new places, drinking fine red wines, and making gourmet coffees with her Nespresso machine.
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Ashley Robertson pens a strong, well written plot with twists, turns, strong realistic characters, and just enough suspense and romance to keep you reading till the end. I found a few of the chapters to be a bit slow, but all in all it was a really good read. Actually I'm looking forward to the second book. Recommended for all vampire lovers.
I give "Crimson Groves" a 4 star rating.
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