I lived in my own world and I loved it there. " That 's my favorite line in this ook.
I ’ m ired of vamps at the moment, no matter how much I love these classic monsters and the million different ways they can be re-created.Which is why th ook was completely refreshing! It was all the suspens and romance found in Twilight, except it was MUCH sexier, and all around ... better.
Later she ’ s believable when her eelings are hurt because she ’ s lonely, her so called “ friends ” start treating her like shi, and she ca n't quite eem to fit in anymore.
But enter the next reason this book rocks, and Aurora starts to ge to life again ... Fane.
When Aurora starts to rebel a bit, she flings herself straight into Fane Donado ’ s arms.
( Tha is still my favorite movie and character of all time, so I 'm a bit biased here.) And then these lines:
I felt like I was there, and so removed from the world.
I admit I am ofte a bit biased when it goe to the setting because I love that region of the world and think it ’ s gorgeous.
Fane is no Edward Cullen, and Aurora is no Bella.
Fortunately it looks like I 'll ave to wait a while for book 2 to come out, but I 'll be first in line when it releases.