Vampire Bride by K.L. Novitzke


REVIEWED BY Kari Cox

Vampire Bride (Bitten Bride #1)Vampire Bride by K.L. Novitzke
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

K.L. Novitzke created her own vampire world; one with her own rules. I liked that this story had its own twist to vampire attributes. She didn't use all the same traditional rules that we all know. I felt it made it more fun to read because I didn't know what to expect.

Charlie was unaware that vampires exist and is none too happy to find out that not only do they exist, but she belongs to one. Charlie's character is fantastic. I absolutely love her sassy attitude. Even in situations where most would not be using the attitude, she brings it full force. Maxwell has chosen her to be his bride, but she is not a fan of the idea and she fights him tooth and nail.

I enjoyed the little twists and turns that K.L. provided in Charlie and Maxwell's story. The little extra side events involving other characters that she added were interesting and set up the series to have so much to run with.

I enjoyed this book and would recommend you read it!

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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