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Review: Vampire Girl by Karpov Kinrade

Vampire Girl


You think it’s safe to walk alone at night. It’s not.

You think the only threat is other humans. It’s not.

Monsters are real. Demons are real. Vampires are real.

And I’m about to become one of them.

My name is Arianna Spero. I was an ordinary girl, living an ordinary life, until my mother lapsed into a coma. Now, I am her only hope. She made a deal with the devil, and on my 18th birthday he came to collect. But there’s a way to save her. There’s something the princes of hell want more than my mother.


So I signed my soul away and promised to pick a prince to marry. I would take the blood oath, become one of them, and give them an heir. I would become a princess of hell, and my mother would live.

I expected fire and brimstone. I expected pain and misery. I didn’t expect beauty. I didn’t expect magic.

I didn’t expect love.

But the princes are keeping secrets from me.

Secrets that could shatter everything.review5cupreview

For anyone who knows me in person, they know that I love Twilight. The horribly acted, morally questionable, good God what have I gotten myself into Twilight by Stephanie Meyers. And now any vampire book, especially one compared to Twilight, better deliver. Vampire Girl has done this and so much more.

I saw an ad on Facebook for a free promotion weekend and I figured I’d get to it when I got to it; and thanks to my insomnia I got around to it quicker then I expected. Vampire Girl is a fast paced, action filled mystery of why (and how) the hell (no pun intended) did Arianna’s mother make a deal with Lucifer himself?

The┬áKarpov Kinrade’s are masters of descriptive imagery and pulling the reader into the story quickly and keeping them there, which is great since I have a short attention span lately (thanks fibro)… can I add anymore parenthesis (yes, yes I can)? I went and one-clicked Midnight Star before finishing VG and can’t wait to be able to one-click the rest!