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Wednesday, September 03, 2008

When Twilight Burns

by Colleen Gleason
If this cover looks familiar on my site, it should. I held a drawing in August even though I wasn't quite finished reading it. I am behind on writing my reviews. Not drastically behind because I've still not been reading as much as usual. Don't know what's wrong with me, but as the cooler weather is setting in and everyone around me is back to school or at least living on schedules again I think I'll be reading more.

I finished When Twilight Burns a few weeks ago. Darn! I love being wrapped up in a book that has me hooked into the storyline with great characters, lots of action and mystery and it's always a bit sad when I turn the last page.

I've mentioned on other occasions that I'm not into romance or vampire related novels, but Colleen's Gardella Chronicles have captured my heart. When Twilight Burns is the fourth in a series that will be over with the next installment. It's going to be uberly sad when I finish the last page of that book.

I've always been hoping that Max would win the beautiful Victoria's heart, but after this book I am torn. I still love Max, but I think so much more highly of Sebastian than I have before. Who do you like better - Max or Sebastian?

6 comments:

raidergirl3 said...

Well I haven't read this one yet, but I've always been partial to Sebastian. I think I remember the last one though, putting Max in a good light. Oh to have such decisions to make.

Les said...

I'm still on #2, so I have to say Sebastian at this point. Sigh. ;)

Rhinoa said...

I have the first three and am waiting to get a free week to get stuck into them. Glad the series stays as good as it starts off. So many seem to fade after 2 or 3 books.

tanabata said...

I agree with you about thinking more highly of Sebastian after this one. His character really developed I thought, as we got to see a softer side to him. I'm a bit torn now too.

Framed said...

I was going to start this series for the R.I.P series but can't find the first one. That's the signed one that I won. Dang it. I know I didn't lend it to anyone, but who knows??

Bellezza said...

I have this on my kitchen counter right now; I wish there wasn't such a gap between the novels because I tend to lose track of who's who. Although, one could never forget Sebastian...