Short & Sweet Book Review: Let Me In by Christine Sutton

January 26, 2016 Book Reviews, Short & Sweet 0

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Short & Sweet Book Review: Let Me In by Christine SuttonLet Me In (Burkheart Witch Saga #2) by Christine Sutton
Series: Burkheart Witch Saga #2
Published by Smashwords Edition on November 14th 2014
Genres: Fairytale, Fantasy, Young Adult
Source: AudioBook Reviewer
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Kayla has returned home to find that the fairy tale continues. She finds out some facts about her family history that may be her ultimate undoing.
With the help of a coven of witches, Kayla is tasked with defeating vampires, werewolves and evil witches that threaten to destroy her happiness and her very life!
Will she get her happily ever after, or will she fall victim to the evil that courses through her veins?

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The second started getting better. Kayla has a lot to deal with in her life! This fantasy has witches, vampires, and werewolves in it! They all seem pretty intent on dragging Kayla down.

Being a middle story, this book has a bit more for readers to sink their teeth into. It still does not hold a lot for me. Yes, better than book one, but there is still something about the heroine that I just do not like. She’s strong but when facing danger she winds up cowering.

Still, this kept me curious for the rest of the story. And these are short so I am going to continue and hope for the best.

In short: Not a bad read. The plot and characters bring up a lot of questions that are not answered. As the title probably suggests, this is a take on The Three Little Pigs.

Rating Report
Plot
3 / 5
Character Development
2 / 5
Writing Style
3 / 5
Personal enjoyment
4 / 5
Cover
3 / 5
Overall: 3 / 5
The Author

 

About Christine Sutton

Christine Sutton is the author of more than fifteen short stories, novellas and novels. While she tends to cross genres within horror, she is always passionate about scaring the hell out of you.
Her passion would have to be serial killer fiction, but she also loves ghosts, ghouls, demons and monsters of all types. Christine's work ranges from modern day fairy tales to demonic soul eaters to ghostly children that just want to play. Her writing has been called passionate, realistic, gritty, fun, enthralling and tons of other cool adjectives.
You, too can pick up some of Christine's work and come up with some cool adjectives of your own. It won't be hard. I promise.

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