Living Violet

Living Violet : The Cambion Chronicles

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Book 1 of The Cambion Chronicles He's persuasive, charming, and way too mysterious. And for Samara Marshall, her co-worker is everything she wants most--and everything she most fears. . . Samara Marshall is determined to make the summer before her senior year the best ever. Her plan: enjoy downtime with friends and work to save up cash for her dream car. Summer romance is not on her to-do list, but uncovering the truth about her flirtatious co-worker, Caleb Baker, is. From the peculiar glow to his eyes to the unfortunate events that befall the girls who pine after him, Samara is the only one to sense danger behind his smile. But Caleb's secrets are drawing Samara into a world where the laws of attraction are a means of survival. And as a sinister power closes in on those she loves, Samara must take a risk that will change her life forever. . .or consume it. "Jaime Reed breathes fresh life into paranormal romance. I loved it!" --Lee Nichols, author of the Haunting Emma series
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Product details

  • Paperback | 312 pages
  • 139.7 x 208.28 x 25.4mm | 294.83g
  • Dafina
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0758269242
  • 9780758269249
  • 864,511

About Jaime Reed

Jaime Reed discovered her love for storytelling at a young age as an outlet for her overactive imagination. After leaving art school, she returned to Virginia, where she works as a graphic artist and co-producer for an independent film company.
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1,247 ratings
3.93 out of 5 stars
5 36% (447)
4 33% (416)
3 22% (272)
2 6% (76)
1 3% (36)

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I read lots of paranormal books and while I love them, I'm always looking for something different to shake up my reading routine. I was very pleasantly surprised and rewarded by Living Violet because there is nothing cookie cutter about this book. There is no high school angst, no love triangle and absolutely no insta-love. Living Violet is original, well paced and a completely enjoyable read. I'm a character driven reader and Samara is an awesome main character. The book is told from her perspective and she is very likable. Jamie Reed writes relationships well and I love how she portrays Samara's relationships with her parents and friends. Samara is a smart, responsible, take-no-nonsense kind of girl and her personality stays true throughout the book. By far, my favorite part of the book is Samara's voice. She is witty, funny and sarcastic. Samara is the kind of girl I would want to be friends with, and as a matter of fact, her honest (and humorous) outlook on life's situations reminds me of some of my own friends. I also love how Caleb's character is developed. We are not sure about Caleb at first. We know there is something different about him but we don't know if he is a good or bad guy. I love the unique paranormal elements of the story and the big reveal was worth the wait. I don't think I have read another YA book about this subject before. Living Violet exceeded my expectations and with its diverse and interesting cast of characters, it's the perfect book to kick-off the Multi-Cultural Book Challenge. I raced through this book and I am dying for the sequel, Burning Emerald, which comes out in May. Tune in tomorrow when I interview Jaime Reed on Living Violet and other projects she is currently working on. On a side note: I love that the author is lighthearted enough to poke a little fun at the YA paranormal romance genre with the Specter (a fictional novel mentioned in the book) references. There are more than a few lines in this book that made me laugh out loud, in a really good way. Content: Some profanity, sexual discussions, attempted rape, kissing and violence. My Rating: Really Good!show more
by Novia Chang
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