Title: Vampire`s Forbidden Territory
Author: Jodie B. Cooper
Series: Sidhi Summer Camp #2
Page Count: 149
Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Romance
Shelf: Review Copy
Synopsis from Goodreads:
Katie, Jared, and the rest of the gang battle to stay alive in Vampire’s Forbidden Territory, the second book in the Sídhí Summer Camp series. The second book is a stand-alone adventure, but also continues the underlying story line of the Sídhí Summer Camp series.
Seventeen-year-old, Katie McQuillen is a halfling (vampire/elf mix) in a world where halflings are not acceptable members of polite society. Unfortunately, her grandpa is chairman of the Vampire High Council and she is forced into attending a summer camp meant to create peace between the Sídhí races.
In Sídhí Summer Camp #1, Katie finds out the hard way peace is not what the Dragon Council is after. The camp is an elaborate charade; a trap set by the council to catch the Khr'Vurr, a terrorist organization based in Dragon Valley.
There are consequences to finding out the Dragon Council’s true plan. Katie and Jared are now considered the perfect bait to catch members of the Khr'Vurr.
As if being bait isn’t bad enough, Katie realizes a future with Jared, a full blood vampire, may not be possible after all.
What a phenomenal follow-up to the first novel in the series. Picking up where the last novel left off, everyone was back with a vengeance and this installment was even faster paced than the original.
Cooper’s writing and descriptions didn’t miss a beat in this novel. Everything remained seamless. Her storytelling draws you in further and further with each page. Descriptions and settings remain phenomenal in this sequel. I spent a great deal of time wishing that I could walk into the world that was so clearly laid out in my mind’s eye.
Character development continues in this segment of the series. You learn a great deal more about characters from the previous novel, getting to know them even better. You also meet some new characters that your heart cannot help but go out to. These characters are so real yet simultaneously surreal. However, I must say that I don’t think I’ve ever seen so many life altering misunderstandings in a single relationship. It had me torn between wanting and loathing life-mates.
At the end of the story I just had one big question. What’s next? I need to go on some more adventures with these guys.
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