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Vampire Awakenings, Book 8
Narrated by: Tavia Gilbert
Series: Vampire Awakenings, Book 8
Length: 9 hrs and 35 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (10 ratings)
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Summary

When Mollie awakens to find herself in a cage, she doesn’t remember how she or her sister got there, but she also discovers they are not alone in their nightmare. After their captors take her sister, Mollie vows to do whatever it takes to rescue Aida. The only problem is, she has no idea how she’s going to break free...until Mike arrives.

Imprisoned together, Mollie and Mike join forces to break free, but they soon discover life outside of captivity is even deadlier and more horrific than anything they could have imagined. Frightened by her newfound knowledge of vampires, Mollie’s forced to accept what Mike is while they hunt for her sister and his friends.

Despite her reservations about him, the more time they spend together, the more their feelings for each other deepen. Will they live long enough for their love to grow, or will the horrors they face consume them?

©2018 Brenda K. Davies (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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so beautifull<br />

the best of all... every moment was amazing 👐👐
reader , story, love , sorrow







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I cannot get enough of this series.

Oh my goodness. This is the most tense. emotional, frightening (for them) and so good! This series is one of my favourites and while this book does have similar traits, it is more intense than the other books. Fast paced, tense and fantastic. There are some sexy. romantic moments and a lot of fantasy violence, so I would say that, as with the rest of the series, this is 18 +

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Disappointed

I love Brenda K Davies series but this was disappointing. Mollys character was annoying at best, the storyline seemed weak. I noticed B.K.D is even using lines from Christine Feehan which is really quite sad. You don’t have to do that most of your work I truly love and I’m a fan but this was a let down. Sorry ☹️

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  • Barb (Paging Through The Days)
  • 19-04-19

Well.... sheesh

4.5*s

This story has a seriously demented reality, which for vampires is awesome but... what the what?! I think a piece of me died with this story (in a heartfelt, the story made me cry kind of way!)

David, Jack and Doug wall into a bar... sounds like a bad joke waiting but it’s not, yet, it was a trick on them. Talk about a how do you do. The boys are kidnapped along with many others, humans and vampires alike.

The game is on and let me tell you it’s a freaking awesome game... unless you’re one of the ones now in a cage. Haha. While trying to escape the cage holding him David meets Mollie. Mollie and her sister, Aida have been kidnapped too.

The race is on to not only escape the cages and the savages but to survive the unknown chaos of this fight that was thrust upon them. It’s a lot to take in to start with but in the beginning being separated from Jack and Doug, to be helping a human woman that Mike is growing fond of to the point he knows who she is to him.... things get a little hairy.

I must say, I’m full disclosure mode, I did cry once... dang you Brenda! Lol but it was a great story.

Im so glad next book is out tomorrow cause... I need to know what in the freak happens next!!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 12-04-19

Ahhhhhhhh. Amazing

It was the most heart wrenching amazing book that she has written so far it was just emotional and in every single way the romance, the drama, the mystery, and the friendship it was sad, it was funny, it was in A+

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  • JM Saenz
  • 01-01-19

So sad!!!!

I really loved this book even though it was the saddest and the book in the series with the most violence. I cried my eyes out with this book. It is a shame that it ended with a huge cliff hanger. I am anxious to see what happens next.

As always, Tavia Gilbert delivered a great performance.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 28-12-18

Hated it! Asinine book in an asinine series!

Bought this book on sale then realized it was eighth in a series so bought first book to start. I hated it, but sometimes book one in a series is boring to set the stage for series. It was bad, really bad but I gave author second chance reading this one. This one was even more of a struggle to finish then book one so that means series just gets worse. It's like the author just makes up the story as she goes along, uses useless descriptions to increase her word count and has taken no time to build any depth what so ever in her story or characters. Her heroines are beyond irritating and heroes wusses. The narrator is way over enthused and has uses annoying accents/voices. I kept waiting for her next words to be, "and he huffed. and he puffed, snd he blew the house down!" I only listened to Audible version, maybe reading would make more bearable but I doubt it. It's just a badly written book with a bad story.

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  • Ashley
  • 26-12-18

It's good

It's got a good story, but the ending was a cliffhanger. I feel like the story was too short. We need to know what happened to Jack in the same book!