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Publisher's Summary

Experience the USA Today best-selling novel taking the world by storm! With over 3000 world-wide five-star reviews, Vampire Girl puts a new twist on an old tale. For fans of Twilight, A Shade of Vampire, and Outlander, comes a new series that will suck you in and leave you wanting more.

Amazon top 100 best seller

Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Best Fantasy

You think it's safe to walk alone at night. It's not.

You think the only threat is other humans. It's not.

Monsters are real. Demons are real. Vampires are real.

And I'm about to become one of them.

My name is Arianna Spero. I was an ordinary girl living an ordinary life until my mother lapsed into a coma. Now, I am her only hope. She made a deal with the devil, and on my 18th birthday he came to collect. But there's a way to save her. There's something the princes of hell want more than my mother.

Me.

So I signed my soul away and promised to pick a prince to marry. I would take the blood oath, become one of them, and give them an heir. I would become a princess of hell, and my mother would live.

I expected fire and brimstone. I expected pain and misery. I didn't expect beauty. I didn't expect magic.

I didn't expect love.

But the princes are keeping secrets from me.

Secrets that could shatter everything.

Scroll up and click the buy button now to uncover the truth...

©2016 Karpov Kinrade (P)2016 Karpov Kinrade

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Loved the story

Where does Vampire Girl rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I'd rank in the top of my list. I really loved the story and the turns.

What did you like best about this story?

I liked the world that it has created. The difference in the characters.

Which scene was your favorite?

The end of book 1 was unexpected and of course I had to immediately order book 2.

Any additional comments?

I didn't like the males narration of the women voice. The female narrator did a better job of the male character's voice.

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Buzzword-a-palooza

I found this story to be an attempt to shove every fantasy trope/buzzword into one story. Fae, magic-wielders, demons, vampires, werewolves, princes of Hell, the 7 deadly sins are somehow all mashed together as one or two kinds of being. It's an okay storyline with a chosen one, prophesy, competition over a lady who must-accept-her-fate/fated-mates/love-triangle/reverse-harem kind of thing with some action and adventure, but I just found it incredibly generic, and even lost track of characters as they all kind of run together. The characters too are very one-dimensional.
The narration is okay -- I liked the changing male/female narrators for changing POV, but it happens so rarely -- and the accents aren't terrible but not great. I again found it hard to distinguish between individual character voices.
I'll probably give book 2 a shot to see if it improves from here, but don't have high expectations for much unique or engaging story or narration, I'm afraid.
If you're looking for a short, shallow, standard YA fantasy incorporating ALL the tropes that you can listen to without really listening to, this is for you.

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Loved it!!!!

I am shocked at how much I enjoyed this book. I couldn't put it down, finished in one sitting. I can't wait to listen to the second. It's an awesome story full of magic, fae, vampires, etc. and quite a different take on the genre. The world building is amazing. I absolutely loved it and will download the next one as soon as I'm done writing this review. Laurel Schroeder and Joel Froomkin did a fantastic job with the narration. Definitely worth a listen!

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Feels like only a part of a book

The story has a cliffhanger ending, which I hate and you have to buy the next book to get more of the story. I will not be buying the next book. It most likely ends in another cliffhanger and I'd rather spend my time on a story I actually care about. The female narrator did a great job, but the male narrator made me cringe, he was so bad. He ruins the sections he reads.

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Eh.

The book was very slow. It didn't pick up or get much of a plot until the very last chapter and epilogue, so that was disappointing. Ari's character is also inconsistent and a mismatch of different personalities--most unbelievable or relatable. I couldn't connect with her at all. Although the premise of Hell was interesting, I felt like we didn't get enough description of it, either. There was a lot of repetition and weird coincidences (like Pete suddenly knowing about the demon mark)... Again, not believable. Also, the language the author used was too formal at times. Especially for a modern-day young woman.

As for the narrators, the female's voice I didn't mind too much. She didn't have much range though. All the brothers sounded similar. It was hard to tell them apart. And the Fae were Scottish. But the male's voice was torturous. I felt like Patrick Stewart was reading to me (and with the sexier parts, it got weird). I didn't feel like he matched at all.

I don't think I'll be reading more of this series. Didn't do it for me.

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Loved the vampire/demons.

I didn't like the male voice that was narrating. It would have been better with only the female. I have heard her before, she's really good. The story itself is something new and fresh for me. However I didn't care for her best friend. I am not a fan of transgender and will probably get flack for this. That being said the rest of the story was good. I loved Fin. Not to happy with Asher. And I can't wait to hear the explanations in the next book.

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Great story!!

Love all things paranormal, including romances. And this book has it all. Some emotions did come out with this book. It got me hooked and can't wait to read or listen to the entire series. Loved the characters including Finn and Ariana.

The narrators did a fantastic job with the reading and the accents of each character. They made me want to listen more and more. Kudos on choosing a perfect pair to narrate this story!!

The author did a great job writing this book. I think I have a new favorite author!!

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A bit frustrating

I am unsure how to rate this story. With the number of positive reviews it has I expected more.

This book follows a girl who sells her soul to save her mother's. That works for me. But then after that point it doesn't.

She flirts with one of the princes of h*ll on the way to hell, and upon getting to hell, screams for help, hoping someone will care and save her? It's h*ll... At no point is she at all phased at h*ll being real, or being there, for the rest of eternity. Sure she cries at one point, for about a minute, because someone might want to kill her.

The next moment, she literally skips around and immediately starts trying to do everything she can to make h*ll a great place for when she'll rule. She's never phased about being in h*ll even though she grew up not believing in anything.

Then the end when she has to save someone, there's an overly convenient solution where people guess, correctly why it works.

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Love it!

I had forgotten how much I enjoyed this series. I read it several years ago and it popped back up on my radar and I realized I wanted to reread it. As I have a long commute, I decided to give the audio book a try and oh my goodness do I love it. The narrators do an amazing job of bringing the characters to life. At first, I wasn't sure, but as I got further into the story I really began to enjoy it. So much so that I immediately went and bought the rest of the series. I am three quarters of the way through book two right now and am addicted to it.

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Surprisingly Captivating

When I first started listening to this book, I was unsure that I was actually going to enjoy it. The first couple chapters felt as if it had so much backstory unexplained and was going to be a long-drawn-out story, but I stayed and I am so glad I did. This book left me wanting more. The intrigues, the suspense, the underlying, smoldering attraction the heroine is unaware she possesses. The varying personalities of the men is captivating. Really enjoy the dark, handsome, brooding brother and the intelligent brother and the dapper, saucy, brother that's very much into fashion. I definitely recommend Vampire Girl and can't wait for the next book.

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  • trufriends
  • 12-05-20

contract

Arianna's mother falls ill, Arianna takes on her mother's contract to save her mother's soul.

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  • Tim Seabrook.
  • 12-04-20

too much romance and not enough violence

vampire girl is a tantasy rmmance festutribg faireys and a number of briothera weilding magic inorder to woo the centtral character who was turned into a vampire at no stage does the main protagonist the 'vampire' girl in the totle use her vampire abilities likevstrrngth glamourous hypnotism orvthe sboility to tear sn msn's throat out to defend herself from those men assaulting her! this book is wishyvwashy rubbish andvI regret thevtime I used upbreading it time I'll never get back!

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  • locky8
  • 05-31-20

If you love vampire's, you're going to love this.

Arianna's mother falls ill and she finds out that her mother made a deal with vampires from Hell for her soul. So Arianna has to make a new deal with them to save her mothers life.
The deal is not what she wants but has no choice if she wants to save her mother. The deal includes living in hell. But there's more to what the vampire's are telling her and add to that The Fae are trying to kill her. I really enjoyed this book. It has 2 narrator's but the male narrator is only 2 chapters. But both were good. On to the next book as I need to know what happens. I received an audible copy of this book from the author but the opinions expressed are my own.

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  • L. A. Greenbank
  • 05-19-20

wonder-ful

I'm not going to comment on aspects of the story, the narrative or the characters for this review. I've been reading paranormal in one form or another most of my life, and by some strange magic, this did something that very few books have ever done for me... it captured the sense of wonder I felt at reading my first, something new, exciting and beautiful.

I look forward to the next in the series

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  • 🎧Mandy🎧 Sawyer 🎧Audiobook 🎧Obsession🎧 Reviewer🎧
  • 04-17-20

Absolutely brilliant

This book is written so very well. There are a lot of characters and “worlds” but it’s written so well it all makes sense. Great characters and a brilliant performance from both Laurel and Joel.

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  • Rhiannon
  • 03-05-20

Great read

Well written engaging and enjoyable and I couldn’t put it down. Highly recommended 😀😀 cannot wait for the next book

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  • Ameera
  • 07-13-19

Vampire Girl

Hhmm How to rare this book!!! I really enjoyed it but at the start I found that it was narrated to fast. I'm going to purchase the second book because as I listened to this one I was drawn in I recommend this book,although I feel the story was a bit drawn out.

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  • Oxfordshire
  • 06-25-18

Good

It’s a good book although the male narrator speaking as the female is not good

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