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A Shade of Vampire 7: A Break of Day

A Shade of Vampire 7: A Break of Day

by Bella Forrest


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*** #2 bestseller in entire Kindle store. ***

The greatly anticipated conclusion of Derek and Sofia's journey!

Everything Sofia believed to be true has crumbled before her very eyes...

Secrets will be revealed, loyalties tested and trust broken.

Are you ready to return to The Shade?

"This book reaches out and touches the heart. Through tears and laughter it keeps you interested." - Ann Marie Madseb ★★★★★

"Wow. Just Wow! Bella Forrest has opened up a world for young and old alike. A place where there is darkness and light, love and hope, and if you dare to go there you will never want to leave." - Amazon customer ★★★★★

"... an emotional roller coaster ride. Bella Forrest is truly a gifted writer and everyone should read her books. You will be swept up in the storyline. Would definitely give this more stars if I could. - Leannan Sidhe ★★★★★

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Note: Derek and Sofia's story completes in this book, and the characters embark on entirely new adventures from Book 8.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781500422813
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/05/2014
Series: Shade of Vampire Series , #7
Pages: 244
Product dimensions: 8.80(w) x 5.70(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

About the Author

I guess my life as a writer started when I was five; I'd sit under the kitchen table with my box of multi-colored wax crayons (I miss those) and create picture books. Creative writing was always my favorite subject and I used any free time I had to sit down with a notepad.

Not much has changed, except that now I have developed vampirish habits: my writing "day" typically starts at 1am.

I'm an avid reader and a big fan of cookie ice cream. When working I have to disconnect the internet for fear of being endlessly distracted by websites such as

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A Shade of Vampire 7: A Break of Day 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
quibecca More than 1 year ago
So much is happening in this book. Will Derek and Sofia and their band of vampires be able to defeat the Elders? Will Sofia and Derek be able to convince the Ageless, and the Hawks to join forces against the Elders, and bring peace back to the shade? So many questions. So many factors need to fall into place in this book. I have loved the journey this series has taken. I love that regardless of what Sofia and Derek are faced with they always seem to find a way back to each other. I love how fiercely loyal some of the Shade vampires, and humans are to Derek and Sofia. I really love how Sofia can always find the good in any situation. The battle for what is right is fantastic through the whole series. I love how this book wrapped everything up into a nice little bow. That is how all books should end in my opinion. If a series ends bad then it ruins the whole thing for me. I know that there is more books to this story, but this book ends the way I wanted it to, so I think I am going to take a break from it for a while. I need to revel in the fact that everyone is living happily ever after for a while. Plus I don't want the continuation to end in a way I don't see fit ;). Then it will ruin the whole series for me. If you like vampire stories, with suspense, battles, friendships, unlikely alliances, and romance, then pick this series up. I think you will enjoy it. It's a sappy love story, but sometimes that is what I am in the mood for.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If I'm being asked to review B & N over all order handling, then I think they were wonderful! Yet if asked about the book, I might have to be too honest. The book like I said started off great, my only problem was that by the middle of the book to the end, I as a reader felt rushed. The events were unfolding very rapidly in comparison to the previous 5 books. I think that the desire by the author to pack on as much as she could at the end, made the novel loose that edgy ness it had.