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Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Into The Night

Into The Night (Into The Night 1)
by Jade Fowler
Rating: 5/5
Goodreads Summary:
Fantastic employment opportunity.
No experience necessary.
Training provided to successful applicant.
Free food and board also provided.
If you are looking for a challenge in an exciting and active position, please phone... 

It sounds like the perfect job, but for Logan any job will do, because he needs one desperately. Told he will be helping to display a unique collection, it isn’t until Logan gets the job that he finds out exactly what he has signed up for. The unique collection is actually a group of supernatural creatures. And to display them, he will have to fight them in an arena for the entertainment of the rich.

Logan thinks it must be a hoax, but when he reaches the estate where he is to work and live, he finds out all he was told is true. Werewolves, vampires and zombies exist, and one day he will have to fight them. 

Penny seems to have it all. Not only is she the adopted daughter of Logan’s billionaire employer, but she also has the ability to read minds and see the future. Logan and Penny quickly form a friendship, but they have obstacles to overcome to make it work. Like the fact that Penny knows everything Logan’s thinking. 

But Logan’s thoughts aren’t the only thing Penny knows.

Into the Night is a young adult paranormal fantasy novel, suitable for readers 16+. It is the first in a series.

My Review:
I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review in a read to review challenge and I am so glad I got to be a part of this because this book was fantastic, full of mystery, drama, secrets and even a little romance, I was pulled in from page one and loved the journey this book took me on. I cried a few times, laughed and was shocked over and over just a simply awesome read.

I loved the idea behind the story... 20 year old Logan is in desperate need of a job and he finds work at the Estate filled with supernatural creatures, he is skeptical at first but on fight night he can deny it no longer, he then becomes a part of the weird high school like building that mixes humans and supernaturals together. The intertwining of characters was perfect and slowly it became apparent that they had more in common then they knew with Penny at their core bringing the most unlikely group of people together to try and bring an end to the cruelty of the Estate.
My heart broke for Penny and Zane the more I learned about them the more I wanted them to be together it seemed they would be so good together yet the impending doom of her death made her keep her distance and I felt even worse when it lead to her ultimate demise....or was it? What a cliffhanger dang you I NEED MORE!!!! I have so many questions I can not wait for the next adventure.
This book was written with fantastic description I felt like I was there the whole time it wasn't to much like I have found with other books it was the perfect amount to paint a beautiful picture but not so much that I became board, It was just right!!!!
As a final thought I would like to say overall I loved this book and all the characters inside, but I also want to say when I was reading every once in a while the song Hotel California kept popping up "You can check out but you can never leave" just thought that was worth mentioning hahaha.
This is by far a must read for all thank you again to the author for the read to review I really enjoyed it!!!!
Happy Reading Friends!!

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