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Top Customer Reviews
Steven though has a secret past and it's unveiling will change everything. Steven then meets with others as his secret is revealed to him and he learns all about his Mother's family.
Though classed as romance, I didn't find this overbearing, yes romance in it, blossoming. Sex but not graphic and not off putting, actually well written! I don't read many books in this genre but I've added next 2 to wish list as I enjoyed this 1 so much. A good change of genre.
I look forward to reading the next instalment
Vanessa is a new writer and I have now read 2 of her books and will be reading more me can recommend it with confidence so enjoy
Overall not a bad a read, killed a couple of hours on a commute so job done :-)
Steven Thorn has just started at Southampton University. He is confident, honest, hard-working and intelligent. When he bumps into Caitlin Chance, he notices an instant connection. Something he has never experienced before. Steven has spent pretty much most of his life keeping himself to himself.
Yet, a few months into his first year and unbeknown to Steven, his entire life is about to change. His family have a past, that even he wasn't aware of. Until now. Will Steven cope with the change in his life, or will his entire world come crashing down?
Hybrid is book one in The Evolution Trilogy written by Vanessa. Complications and Return are the following two books, with a prequel Emily available to also download (see bottom of page for download links).
The story is told from the viewpoint of Steven Thorn, in third person narrative. I felt like I am on the outside of his life, watching it. I could see and feel what he was going through, whilst being safely out of the way.
Vanessa has used two main settings for the story, Southampton UK and the Amazon Rainforest. The way that story transitions between the two countries is really well written. The journey, for the reader, was smooth. Vanessa took us on a journey across the world in order to travel between the two places.
Hybrid definitely falls into the 'world of books' as a paranormal romance. Anyone that knows me, knows that I tend to avoid romance stories. This book works out perfectly for me - if you chuck a bit of supernatural (or paranormal, whichever you prefer) or a murder into it and I'm all in.
I'm trying something new with this review, in that I am going to try and evaluate the book in just three words. So, here goes...Read more ›
It's not until her love interest, Stephen, is properly introduced that you realise there is more to this story than meets the eye, introducing a nice twist to keep the pages turning.
I thought this story really took off in the second half, the spin the author has taken on the `normal' vampire story is an interesting one and I really felt for this new main character and his situation. I look forward to finding out where this story is going to go.
A great debut.
The story line was slow to get going but after the first couple of chapters I was hooked. I will recommend it to my daughter.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am not a fan of horror stories or vampires so when a friend recommended this book I was hesitant to read it but I was wrong. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Tonia Hall
This is a book of two very different halves. The first half is Caitlin's story. She starts at college and meets a guy Steven. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Joo
I really didn't take to this book. I'm no dissing it but it is more suited to the teenage market. I read as much as I could, but didn't finish it. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Joannie
And completely engrossing, once I started reading I found it extremely difficult to stop. The idea of a hybrid new human and the character that was flung into a nightmare on... Read morePublished on 15 April 2015 by Home
Vampire stories have been banned from my life due to my overactive imagination. Those creatures have frightened the life out of me coutnless times so I began this book with a sense... Read morePublished on 17 Mar. 2015 by Linda Chamberlain
Vanessa Wester's vampires are unlike the familiar fanged protagonists of other paranormal capers. Their humanity is at odds with their physical requirements and the lengths they go... Read morePublished on 28 Feb. 2015 by girlwithabook
Don't get me wrong, the care and imagination that has gone into this book is clear and as a writer Vanessa Wester has potential, but sadly, for me the book falls short because of a... Read morePublished on 22 Jan. 2015 by J C Mitchinson
It took me a while to get into this book, especially as the prologue felt completely unrelated to begin with (though it became clearer with later events). Read morePublished on 17 Jan. 2015 by Miss K. Jenkins
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