April 28, 2009
Review: Dayhunter by Jocelynn Drake
Mira isn't your average vampire. Well, unless of course you consider a fire starter vampire normal. She's teamed up with a vampire hunter, one of her so-called makers, and a few other people that want her dead. But the crisis at hand is more important and they need her if they want to survive.
Mira doesn't want anyone to depend on her and she sure as hell doesn't want to have to depend on someone else. Or so she thought. When she decides to take Tristan under her wing and save him from his creator, she convinces herself that once the danger has diminished, they will go their separate ways. But as time passes she begins to question everything. She will have to put her trust in her enemies and she's less than comfortable with that idea. Is she capable of relying on someone else for help? Even the ones who wish her dead? She knows deep down that they all must put aside their differences and work together if they wish to defeat the naturi who will reek havoc on the entire planet. Can they work together if it means saving themselves and humanity?
The only problem I had with this book is that it came to an end and the next book in the series Dawnbreaker, won't to be released until September 29,2009
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