“The skies of the Dark Coast, the Pacific Coastline of U.S. States has been infected with a strange chemical reaction from a military experiment gone awry. Constant cloud cover rules over the lands. Leigha Lowery, a sixteen year-old popular fiction writer in the local free press is pulled from the only home she knows in Detroit, MI when her mother decides on an impulse to marry a doctor she’s been dating over the internet and moves to the small town of Banks, Oregon. As she adjusts to her new life of wealth and power, she begins to realize that the rumors about the Dark Coast aren’t even close to what she’s witnessed. Prince Alexander Sommers, the son of King Royce, and heir to the throne has taken a fascination to her. He pulls her into a world of vampires, werewolves, witches, and many other creatures of the night that have decided to make the Dark Coast their home.”
Jennifer Hampton asked me to review her book, I was excited. The premise sounded intriguing and original. I wasn’t disappointed by any means. I finished the book in one sitting, I am very interested in this world.
What I enjoyed the most I think was that Leigha was just a normal girl. She didn’t immediately accept the paranormal world she was thrust into with all sorts of paranormal creatures. Too often the characters accept it immediately and jump into the arms of the first hot guy who shows them attention. There was a love aspect to this book, mind you, but it was a refreshing one.