For seventeen-year-old Echo Midnight Navarri life in Port Royal is calm and peaceful.
Compliant. Happy. Safe.
But somethings amiss.
Echo can feel it in her bones, and as the visions intensify, she begins to dig for the truth that only she can uncover.
Whispers on the wind speak of a dark memory spell that has distorted reality.
This ancient evil demands a sacrifice.
But who's to blame?
And who will pay the ultimate price?
Be careful what you WITCH for.
Because sometimes it isn't what you really wanted at all.
OMG! Never have I screamed so vehemently at fictional characters. 13 Ways to Midnight is a total mind warp. Book 3 is gut wrenching! Rue Volley ripped out my heart, stabbed it with a hot poker, and then ground it to dust with the heel of her boot. I am 100% Team Asher so having him and Echo as faux cousins was cruel and unusual. And that ending! OMG THAT ENDING! Volley may have a mutiny on her hands with me as the ring leader.
I'm sure as a reader you are wondering how I can continue this series since I find it so heart wrenching. Simple. The feels. I feel everything Echo goes through. Rue Volley has created these flawed characters that you can't help but to fall in love with. I love everything about this series. The death. The heartbreak. The love. I feel it all. I highly recommend this series!
She specializes in paranormal romances that include otherworldly characters who, regardless of their supernatural abilities, feel oddly familiar, or in other words, human. This, coupled with her easy reading style, wicked sense of humor, and excellent world building skills, has garnered her a fiercely loyal fan base over the past decade who support her regardless of what genre she chooses to write in.
Some of her best works include 13 Ways to Midnight, Hellhound, The Devil's Gate, and A Vampires Tale of Blood and Light. All of which utilize her skill at piecing together compelling dramas that highlight her love for vampires, witches, angels, and demons across many genres including young adult, new adult, urban fantasy, and erotic romance.
Rue Volley's work seems to be synonymous with one phrase in the publishing world.
She is accredited with two award-winning screenplays for film, Hellhound (original script, 2014) and Awakening (contributing screenwriter, 2015). IMDb: imdb.com/name/nm7043310/
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