Night world vol 1 by L.J. Smith

This book has 3 stories inside it. Secret Vampire, Daughters of Darkness and Enchantress.

In the Secret Vampire, we follow a girl named Poppy who get a shocking diagnosis of a cancer which can not be cured and will kill her. As she lays in her hospital bed her best friend James tries to find a way to save her. In the end he can only do one thing to save her, and that is by breaking the night world law and turning her into a vampire. Throughout this book we see the process happen, and we find out a secret about Poppy that she didn’t even know herself . Everything take a turn for the worse when James cousin Ash shows up to try and try and separate them. Poppy believes Ash and flees with him bus Ashes intentions are not good what so ever. I loved this story, it was so cute and heart warming, but left me wanting more, and wanting to find out what happens next. I was so hooked, I loved every page, and didn’t see the twist happening, until it was there and I was shocked.

In Daughters of Darkness, we follow a human names Mary Lynette and her brother Mark as they live in a small village when all of a sudden 3 sisters come to the village to live with their aunt who they find dead, but these sisters aren’t ordinary sisters, they are vampires. Whilst star gazing Mary Lynette see’s something suspicious through her binoculars. She sees the 3 sisters caring something wrapped in black bags and putting it in a deep dug hole. This makes her suspicious and nervous, but she wants to know what is going on and what has happened, so she goes and investigates, over the weeks. The three sisters have to lie to cover up what really happened to their aunt as the shocking truth is that she was murdered before they got there, and they stumbled across her body. We also come across Ash again from the first book, which I loved, to show how they link. Ash is there to try and stop her sisters and bring them back to the night world, but get tangled up in murders and finding his soulmate which turn out to be human, and he doesn’t know what to do or what to think, all he know is he has to change and help find the murderer to save the village and his sisters.
I loved every moment and was shocked when i found out who the murder was, I never thought it would be the person who it was. The ending was so gripping and heart wrenching, but ti wrapped up nicely, but I wanted to know more and what would happen next.

In Enchantress. In this little story we follow a girl called Thea and her cousin Blaise, they are both witches. Blaise is bad news and breaks every rule the night world has. She and her cousin has been expelled from another school and now this is her last chance at the new school, if she gets into trouble or expelled from this school she will be in big big trouble. Something unexpected happened to Thea starting on day one, she saved a snake with a boy called Eric, and as soon as the clasp eyes she knows that he is her soulmate. Blaise doesn’t like this what so ever so tries to get between them and fails. Blaise then threatens Eric’s life so Thea, unexpectedly, does a forbidden spell, and it goes horribly wrong. No she has two things to try and take care of, first is Eric and not letting Blaise rip them apart, and now the consequences of the forbidden spell. This was my.least favourite of the three as things happened too fast and was a bit confusing, but I still love the romance and danger this book held.

This was an amazing bound up of the three books. I really loved each unique story and can’t wait to read the second vol of books.

I hope you enjoyed this review, if you did please leave a like. What book are you reading at the moment? Let me know in the comments and i will see you in my next book blog 

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