She wants a normal life. They want her dead. Destiny has other plans.
Twenty-year-old Alayna Scott receives visions around water, btinut even her foresight couldn’t prepare her for the tragic accident that claimed the lives of her parents. With everything she loves gone, Alayna packs up and moves to the small town of Juniper Grove in hopes of starting over.
Jayden McKnight can’t explain the attraction that he feels whenever Alayna is near, but he does know that he will do whatever it takes to win her heart. When a vampire selects Alayna as his next victim, Jayden will stop at nothing to ensure her safety – even if that means bringing Alayna into a world that she never knew existed.
Love blossoms, challenges are made, and Alayna will find herself fighting not only to survive, but to understand what she has become.
The story line of the book was enjoyable, and I like many of the characters as well. I had an instant connection with Alayna, and was eager to figure out what was going on with her. She was definitely my favorite character, which is unusual for me because I rarely say this about a main character. Also Jayden wasn't the typical alpha, which made me like him a bit more. I'm not the biggest fan of alphas.
There were a few issues I had while reading it. The first of which was that there are grammatical issues, mostly with comma usage. Another is that there are parts where it is repetitious, in which I mean something is said in one sentence and then said again once or twice more in the same paragraph. Lastly, I felt some of it to be a bit rushed - especially when it came to what was going on with Alayna , including the relationship between her and Jayden. I don't mean that I believe that them being together was done too quickly, but I do wish there was more explanation to it.
For the most part, I liked it. It's a good light read and the change from the usual wolf shifter to cats was refreshing. I would recommend it to people who like something different with their shifter romances.