Thursday, 19 December 2013

Mini Review: Wind and Shadow by Tori L. Ridgewood

Wind and Shadow (The Talbot Trilogy #1)Title- Wind and Shadow
Author- Tori. L. Ridgewood
Publisher- Melange Books
Date Published- June 2013

Rayvin Woods, photographer and natural witch. She just wanted to start her life over again after a series of misadventures. She didn't count on rekindling a lost love when she came home to Talbot...or battling a malevolent vampire and his coven for her life. Grant Michaels, police officer. He thought Rayvin was a murderer. He will do whatever it takes to protect the community he loves from danger...but will he learn to trust his heart, and the word of a witch, before it's too late? Malcolm de Sade, cunning vampire, imprisoned underground for a year by Charlotte Fanning and Pike Mahonen ("Mist and Midnight", Midnight Thirsts). His accidental release unleashes his hunger and ambition on a small, sleepy town… *** Facing the past can be a nightmare. It's worse when a vampire is stalking you.
I received this book for free with the cutest little note from the author and I was so so happy! I mean look at that pretty cover!! But unfortunately I haven't yet finished the book. After a lot of times of me giving up and then picking the book up once again a day later I think the book deserves a little mini review of what I thought of it so far. (by the way I stopped reading the book for now. Hopefully I will come back to the book soon)
So the good points. The cover is super pretty (yes I'm bad and judge). The idea is also really cool! There's magic and vampires and lost love... What else can a girl want? Not to mention the writing of the style. I absolutely love how Tori Ridgewood writes (the stuff I've read) it's clear to understand and you can literally stop and pick it up just like that no need to try and get back into it.
The not so good points. Actually so far I don't think there are bad points. I don't know why I can't get into this book. For all of you guys that know about the types of books I like vampires are right up my sleeve. :( this is really sad.

Not yet rated.

1 comment:

  1. I definitely know what you mean. Sometimes there's nothing particularly wrong with a story or the author, but the book is just not working out for you. I feel like sometimes I'm just not in the right mindset for a book and need a break before returning to it. I hope that when you resume this book that you like it a lot more because the writing sounds really great.


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