Kindle Review: Thirst (Ava Delaney #1) by Claire Farrell

Kindle Edition Published Nov. 28, 2010 154 Pages

Kindle Edition
Published Nov. 28, 2010
154 Pages

Ava Delaney is what vampires call a hybrid and what humans call evil. She is a day walking human that happens to have vampire blood running through her. This means that her body craves human blood.

However, Ava doesn’t want to drink blood. So she spends her entire life not only fighting the thirst but saving humans from vampires. When she accidently enslaving a human in order to save  him, her life becomes full of complications.

Looking for someone to help break this bond between her and this man she indirectly puts herself in the middle of a vampire civil war. Not only must she trust people she has just met but she also must fight the thirst.

Sometimes covers can be so misleading. Look at that cover! Doesn’t it scream hunger, sex and passion. Well this book was a dull as it comes.

Ava is one of those who doesn’t draw outside of the lines but no one can really blame her since her grandmother tried to beat the demon out of her. Therefore, she stays to herself and tries to be as human as possible.

This means that she is boring. Ava really has no personality and believes almost everything everyone tells her. When she does get some balls the next scene its gone. Yes, at the battle scene she does show some strength but she still had the ‘well, I don’t know mentality.’

What bothered me the most was that the author kept alluding to some kind of romance between Ava and her new slave or Ava and the man that tried to kill her. It was frustrating because it did seem like Ava and the vampire killer were going to try something but we find out he has emotional issues and left her high and dry.

The only good thing I can say about this book is there was potential for it to be a great story. I would have been completely okay if the characters were amazing. *Sigh* Overall, this book gets

1 Pickle

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