Born at Midnight, C.C. Hunter

Rating: 5 out of 5.

This was a review of mine from three years ago:

“Damn… Making a love triangle in the first book… I am more curious about how C.C. Hunter will get out of this than who the main character will choose.

Now, concerning the book… Fresh, interesting, exciting, but… Too many boys. The story seems to be turning around this all the time. I would be more interested in other supernatural beings of the book than to learn for a tenth time that Derek’s eyes had specks of gold.”

So, when I read this book now, I knew what I was coming to. A light fantasy book that is not based on discovering the supernatural, but more on the romance.

I like the way C.C. Hunter writes. Each of the chapters of the book is a cliffhanger, that will make you turn the pages. The problem is that sometimes the story between just drags on.

There is enough of the story to keep turning the pages and keep the reader interest, but at the same time, it’s too flat. The main character doesn’t evolve after 300 pages.

Having said all that, I must add that I’ve read the book in a matter of hours. It is a light read that you might enjoy when you are searching to take your mind off things.

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