A blind date, a gorgeous vampire, and a deadly assassin.
Just a typical Friday night.
Yesterday, my biggest problems were fighting with my sister and getting into my dream college. Today, I'm dealing with destructive new powers and a raging thirst for blood—and both are getting me into serious trouble.
I never believed in the supernatural, but now I can't escape it. I've tried everything to distract myself from the bundle of weird events that is ruining my life, including a blind date with a drop-dead gorgeous guy. Turns out he's a vampire and knows more about my past than I do, including the assassin who has marked me for death.
I thought becoming a blood-sucking child of the night would make me immortal… turns out it just made me a target. With a trained killer after me, I might actually have to trust the know-it-all vampire to help me unlock my powers, before one of us ends up permanently dead.
Deception is the start of a young adult paranormal romantic suspense series that features gripping supernatural drama, surprising twists, dynamic characters, page-turning suspense, heart-pounding action, and angsty romance.
This saga will keep you on the edge of your seat. You'll find a supernatural world far beyond the normal scope of vampires and werewolves. Buckle up and get ready for a wild ride!
It's a tale for all ages – as long as you have an imagination and love surprises! Pick it up today and you won't put it down until the stunning conclusion.
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i really enjoyed the plot and everything, but.....idk if it’s just me but i really don’t like love triangles. they just frustrate me! like why can’t there just be ONE guy that you like/love. other than that, it was a very well written story.
This book is absolutely amazing!
I stayed on the edge of my seat the whole time while reading the book, I just started reading it 2 days ago and already finished, that's how good this book is! The ending has me wondering do many things of what could happen. I CAN'T WAIT TO READ MORE!
The plot was enough for me to want to finish the book, unfortunately I found myself editing the authors wording (not grammar). I felt like I was reading a rough draft, or a high school English assignment. The relationships weren’t convincing, and words like “very” were so overused I found myself rereading sentences edited with synonyms, or rewriting entire paragraphs.