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Her pale skin and weird diet make her a target at school. If only they knew the truth about her feeding habits...

Seventeen-year-old Alena Scott is tired of pretending to be something she’s not. As an outlawed vampire-witch hybrid, she’s forced to abide by the oppressive secrecy imposed by her Vampire Chancellor mother. But she’ll have to ignore the rules when she comes face-to-face with a handsome, full-grown version of her childhood imaginary friend.

Shocked that he recognizes her as his own pretend play pal, the two embark on a quest to solve the mystery of their fantasized companionship. And as they unravel their entwined destinies, Alena realizes she holds the key to a curse which could free them all - or condemn witchkind to eternal suffering.

Can Alena and her impossibly familiar partner reverse an ancient spell before they’re sent to a mortal grave?

Kingdom of Embers is the first book in the enthralling Kingdom Journals YA urban fantasy series. If you like intriguing characters, shadowy magic, and a fresh twist on modern vampire storylines, then you’ll love Tricia Copeland’s heart-stopping tale.

Buy Kingdom of Embers to embrace a prophetic fate today!

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  • Lilah Ashmond
  • 04-05-2020

Picks up at the end

I enjoyed this book - it was a bit slow at first - wasn't sure where it was leading, but after a while, it picked up. I loved the sweetness between Hunter and Alena, and the interesting twist at the end. Lots of teen angst in this one, some about boys, some about friends, but mostly about being different and Alena finding and embracing her own uniqueness. The narrator did a good job of not making it over the top and was good at playing a range of different characters and ages. She gave each character a different voice, and really made the characters and emotions come alive. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series - it kind of left on a cliffhanger. :)

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