Jenny and Jeff Sanders become the victims of a bizarre crime, leaving Jeff dead, Jenny in a temporary coma. She returns to her children. With Jeff's death she must move back to her childhood home in Summer Haven, Florida, where once they destroyed a family of vampires. Her brother, Joey, a local diner owner, helps them.
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It ranks quite high. I really enjoyed the story.
Jennys' absolute devotion to her kids. She adores them and does everything to keep them safe. I also loved her relationship with her brother. They are so close.
Sara brings the story alive. Her voice conveyed all the right emotion which is hard to come across when just reading the story.
This was more than just a vampire tale. Its a story of survival for a woman who just wants her life back. She is terrified that she will hurt someone and debates leaving. Her love for her kids really shines through though and she knows she never could leave them. This is a character driven story and I loved that. Its not the most action packed book but it's got soul. Katherine Meyer Griffith is such a wonderful writer and I can't wait to read more from her.
Absolutely! And I have. This is more of a personal view of someone struggling with a terrible situation, and trying to protect her children at the same time. Most vampire stories they just take off, but she can't. She's the only parent. What a tight spot!
When she first realizes she is becoming a vampire but also realizes she can't just abandon her kids. She has to somehow find a way to protect and provide for her kids.
I'm not sure if I've listened to hers before. She does a wonderful job, though.
great book, great performance.
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