Review: Summer Break Blues by J.A. Campbell

Summer Break Blues by J.A. Campbell
Series: Clanless (# 2)
Release Date: November 12, 2012
Publisher: Decadent Publishing Company, LLC
Pages: 166
Source: book provided by the publisher for review

Meg managed to survive her senior year of high school as a vampire, and now she’s looking forward to a relaxing summer with her friends before trying to tackle college. Unfortunately, some unfinished business from the previous year rears its ugly head. Meg is forced to deal with the Sidhe who are distinctly unhappy that she killed one of their kind last winter. Then Ann’s parents vanish while on their annual summer vacation in Maine and it’s up to Meg and the rest of the gang to come to the rescue. Though she is still trying to figure out who and what she has become, Meg feels she and her friends are up to the challenge. That is, until things really start to fall apart.


Review: I enjoyed this read. I was a little hesitant after wanting to review this when I realized it was book 2 in the Clanless series, but after starting it, I really got into the story. It pulled me in completely, and the characters quickly consumed my heart. J.A. Campbell has a wonderful writing style and I truly enjoyed every minute of this read.

This being a vampire novel, I knew I would be hooked. I’m a huge Vampire lover. Ms. Campbell’s vampires are awesome. The plot line was uniquely written with the perfect amount of ups and downs and twists. I was on a roller coaster ride with this novel. The paranormal aspect of the story was awesome. Definitely page turning elements!

Meg is a beautiful character that really came to life for me. She pulled me into the heart of the story, and I loved following along as she blossoms, adjusting to life as a vampire. Ms. Campbell’s secondary characters are created with depth and meaning to make the story pop.

Ms. Campbell’s second book in the Clanless series is well written and highly recommended! You’ll get a mixture of mysterious happenings and characters that will become your friends. I am looking forward to going back and reading book 1, as well as looking forward to see what is next for Meg! Well done, Ms. Campbell, well done!





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