Friday, 28 August 2015
Unspoken (Shadow Falls: After Dark #3) by C.C. Hunter (Review)
The third and final installment of the Shadow Falls: After Dark, Unspoken wraps up the tense drama filled story of Della the vampire and her friends at Shadow Falls Camp. Confronted with her aunts murder, her fathers hatred, her uncles disappearance and the lies of her love interest, Chase, Della struggles to do the right thing and get proper justice. Her choices are hard and dangerous, but she will not be stopped.
I love C.C. Hunters novels, and Unspoken doesn't seem to be much of an exception. It's plot and character development held my interest and kept me a happy reader. Della is strong, independent and vulnerable all at the same time. She is a diverse and rounded character that grows and learns as the story progresses, and I very much loved reader about her. Unspoken was riddled with action, mystery and romance. It's a count down to save Della's father and get the guilty murder in jail where he belongs.
The romances in the Shadow Falls: After Dark are intense and interesting, but luckily are not the complete focus of the book. Chase, the romantic male lead, is handsome, smart, witty, and loyal. I loved reading all about him and found myself cheering him on continuously throughout the story. He added a vital dynamic to the story that tipped the scales from it being a good book, to a great book. I loved the Shadow Falls: After Dark series, along with Unspoken, and definitely recommend both them. I give Unspoken the rating of FOUR AND A HALF STARS OUT OF FIVE!
*Advanced Readers Copy Review*