Thursday, February 11, 2016

My Love Forever - Helen Bright (Night Movers Vampires #1)

Published Date: May 6, 2015
Genre: Romance
Synopsis: Alex knew Julia was meant to be his when he saw her as an eighteen year old off to university, but he decided to let her live a little before he made his claim. After all he was a nine hundred and fifty year old vampire and he had waited this long to find love so he could wait a little longer. 
A year on and Julia is engaged, then married to someone else. 
Alex thought his chance at love with Julia was gone. 

Years later a terrible accident leaves Julia with a devastating tragedy that no parent should have to go through, and her marriage breaks down. 
Julia then finds herself back home in Yorkshire and applying for a Job with Alex’s company Night Movers. 
Will Alex convince Julia to be his after all she has been through? And can she accept the fact that he is a born immortal vampire? 

Gina has sacrificed her happiness to stay in her marriage for the sake of her family for many years. Nik, a vampire and co-owner of Night Movers is in love with Gina, but she lacks confidence in herself and can never accept that someone like Nik could love her. Will Nik convince her that she’s all he needs?

When I first picked up this book, I didn't exactly know what I was getting myself into. I merely wanted a new book to read and a new book I got. Helen Bright is a beautiful writer and the way that she brought the vampire romance to life, made me start to love supernatural creatures again. 

There are two different kinds of vampires. The made and the born. Almost a hierarchal placed system, the born withhold the powers that are quite unimaginable. They are able to walk in the sun and have incredible strength as well as bond with females of the living. The made are unfortunate and cannot walk in the sun without buying from their souls out. 

Julia had a heartbreaking story. (Sorry, you'll have to 1-click the crap out of this book to know what happened) and only Alex is able to mend her heart to what it was. 

This book switches perspectives and you often have to re-read the first part of the chapter to know whose perspective it was. I truly thought this book was beautiful. I was not disappointed with Helen Bright. However, I saw more of a Vampire Diaries/Twilight mix but it wasn't completely awful. 

Once you pick up the book, you won't want to put it down and if you do, you'll itch until you can open the book again. Helen Bright can keep you on your toes. I believe that the first book is full of the history of the characters but it would have been better if it was an isolated account. Not back and forth between five or six characters because it made your head swim with all of the details. 

I can safely rate this book a 4 out of 5 stars and there is currently a giveaway happening on my Facebook blog page at where you can win books 1 and 2. The giveaway is happening until February 13th,  2016 at 12:00am MST. 

Blog you later, awesome book nerds. 

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