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Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Customer images. See all customer images. Read reviews that mention shade of vampire wait to read bella forrest looking forward story line well written read the next really enjoyed second book sofia and derek great read rest of the series happens next must read main characters highly recommend derek novak forward to reading page turner great book.

Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Despite its many issues, I enjoyed the twilight books. So when I saw reviews that claimed this story was even better, I ordered a copy right away, wanting to emerse myself in a great story.

Only to be severely disappointed. First off, it looks like it was written for 11 or 12 year olds although I wouldn't let my 11 of 12 year old read it. The book is pages, but each page is typed in large font, double spaced, within huge margins. It would probably condense to only 30 or 40 pages if printed like a normal book. Most chapters are only a few pages, or a few short paragraphs.

Very limited storytelling. There is no substance to this book. Very little scene or plot development. The characters are bland and not very likeable, and even contradict themselves. Sofia at the beginning of the book is an entirely different person from the Sofia in The Shade, and for no special reason at all. She went from being plain and of little consequence, with deep anxiety issues, to being a stunning beauty with great strength and empathy?

The writing itself is grammatically poor, one dimensional, and difficult to read. It looks like the book was self published, so lacks professional editing, which is painfully noticeable.

And please explain how a vampire who was asleep for the past years isn't experiencing some sort of culture shock, and is able to easily communicate in modern dialogue, and knows how to dress himself in modern clothes?

I gave it two stars because I read the whole thing in a very short amount of time because I did want to find out what happens. The story had potential, if you can get past the Stockholm's Syndrome issue, but it was poorly executed.

Unfortunately, when you get to the end of the "pages" there is no ending to the story in this book. It doesn't even end at a good stopping point. I was left thinking, "That's it? I spent money for a full book and got only a portion of a full book. And now I have to spend more money to buy who knows how many more books to possibly get to any conclusion? I'm not going down that path.

The story didn't hook me enough, and I can't read more of the bland characters and poor dialogue. I need substance. I too bought because of the good reviews.

This story reads so much like a bad fanfiction, that I wonder how all those reviews could be genuine. It has bland characters and hardly any plot. It's one of the worst books I've ever read. This book is horrible. I bought it because one of the very first five star reviews said something about the main character not being Bella Swan, but being a strong 17 year old.

Sofia is just as boring, bland and two-dimensional as Bella Swan, and Derek is a Cullen clone. Sofia gets kidnapped on her birthday from her family. She is naturally upset about it, but a few days in Derek's company and the fact that she is a prisoner is all but forgotten except a few off-hand mentions of being a captive. She tries to escape once, and then barely thinks about escaping again except once or twice in a "oh there is no way to escape so lets stop focusing on it" way.

She is barely shocked at this, and they aren't mentioned again. A few girls are taken with Sofia to be part of Derek's harem, and Sofia shows some concern for them, but they are just there to make Sofia look caring in Derek's eyes and serve no other purpose to the story.

You're 16 and invincible and living on the wild side for once. Proceed to 2 B. Run, because he could be some psycho serial killer. Okay, so that was totally not smart and now you're tied up to a post in a basement.

Turns out they want to pamper, primp and prime you for this important Vampire Prince. You vow to be smart from now on about your decisions. You are brought before the Prince along with several other girls, made up for the sole purpose of sexual objectification.

You're scared and nervous, so you hold one of the other girl's hands. The Prince notices this gesture and singles you out! Oh noz! He slams you against the wall hard, ready to suck you dry. Tell yourself you are not the victim here, despite clearly being in a victim-like situation. It's something your Yoda, best friend used to always tell you. So naturally you tell the Prince, who just can't seem to control his thirst even though he really, really wants to, that he is also not a victim. You do all this with a clear head even though Vampire Fangs are breaths away from your throat.

Also, you are a Mary Sue. Proceed to 3 B. Think about the great life you had and go down fighting like the lion you are. You die. Somehow that worked!

Who knew your Yoda best friend's advice could come in handy against a Vampire Prince with a tortured past?! As a result, the Prince has taking a liking to you and gives you the plush room right next to his in his pimped out tree house because where else would a vampire sleep?

A coffin? Yeah, right. In fact, he's drawn to you and you to him. But you have to get home, so when the Prince thinks you're sleeping, you: Miraculously find a hoodie and pair of shorts in your closet that's conveniently filled with cocktail dresses, find a way down the treehouse, and make a run for it Who needs details? You have no idea where you're going, but you'll find a way.

You're the heroine after all! Proceed to 4 B. Buy out the opportune time. You get to know the Prince and find out as much as you can about the secluded town to help plot your escape. All things come to those who are smart. This was a bad idea. You didn't realize this was an island with no way of escape! They even have a fence as tall as the wall of China! Damn Vamps!

If only you had attempted to learn more about this place, maybe you could have anticipated this and prepared better. Alas, you are a dunderhead. Oh, no! Here come two guards. Think about name-dropping your powerful master's name in the hopes that it'll put fear into their hearts, but you allow yourself to be interrupted because something has to encourage this ridiculous plot along. This is it. Your death is coming. Proceed to 5 B.

You Die. One of the guards has his fangs in your neck. Just as you are mentally saying goodbye to your life, the Vampire Prince comes out of nowhere and rips you away from the attackers. Then some serious Indiana Jones type shit happens.

You're scared, hurt and mentally cursing yourself for yet another terrible decision. Vampire Prince makes you drink his blood to heal yourself and takes you back to your fancy prison.

He tells you never to run away again and that you are his. Fall in love because he seems like a nice guy underneath it all. May the odds be ever in your favor. I'm generally not a fan of those type of books because it creates an imbalance in the relationship and breeds co-dependence. The next thing you know the characters are proclaiming their undying love and saying things like they'll never love another or how they can't be without that person.

And somehow after years of not drinking blood, he's able to resist Sofia because she's different. No other woman -- and believe me when I say that I've been with many -- had the same effect that Sofia Claremont has on me. I've already stopped even thinking about a life that doesn't have Derek Novak in it. Whether I liked it or not, home had become wherever Derek Novak was. What made me angry was the not so subtle sexism and slut shaming that went on.

Sofia is oblivious to this until a member of the Prince's guard says she's doing a good job of pleasing him. And she replies: I would never! Here I was, a virgin, being rumored to have given the newly awakened prince a pleasurable night in bed. He frowned, an amused glint in the corners of his eyes. I'm not that kind of girl Every time he showed up in a scene he made these intentions clear. Because it's not enough that he wanted to drink her blood and kill her, he has to want to rape her too.

The lust was unmistakable. He was practically undressing her with those eyes and I could tell that Sofia felt it based on how she sat there tense and unmoving. But why does Lucas want Sofia so bad? Her blood smells good just wasn't a good enough for me. But that brings us to the novel's biggest issue. I was aware of it all, and yet, I wasn't. It was almost like everything was happening to another person, and yet it was me.

Let me help you: Sofia is a girl who can do no wrong, a pure virgin, The One to Change Derek, selfless, not used to attention, etc. The only unique thing about her is her Low Latent Inhibition disorder, which basically amounts to nothing more than a really good memory.

I kept wondering if it would somehow relate to the plot or have some other use, but it's kinda like Nora's iron pills from Hush, Hush. They serve no other purpose than being present.

And there just happens to be a witch on the vampire island who also was a psychologist and able to diagnose this disorder. I swear this book was written with an Easy Button. The underlying plot with the war between the other covens and Vampire Hunters would have been more interesting if it had more page time instead of just being casually mentioned once or twice.

And even then, this book may be too ridiculous to be true. View all 58 comments. This book has a lot of mixed reviews from being compared to Twilight to people saying it's amazing.

So I was like; Big mistake there! Yeah, I was an idiot for wasting time and money on this. Another fucking insta-love , and believe me when I say it's an annoying one, because I can stand certain amount of insta-cheesy-love. But this was just absurd, throw that in a bowl, add some poor writing, and you are up for a very shitty novel.

Some examples: The severity of the situation hit me full force and I was unable to suppress a shudder. What have I gotten myself into?

Somebody let the author know about the use of synonyms ASAP please. I do have to agree with my peeps here saying that this is like Twilight. I mean, the guy is a tortured vampire Oh, I'm so beautiful, and powerful, and immortal Please kill me.

And the girl, she is convinced that she is plain and boring , but guess what? Yep, the powerful gorgeous vampire dude can't stay away from her. Because fuck it. She is also very naive or very stupid , she is kidnapped and while at it she thinks this: His next actions solidified my suspicions that his intentions toward me were less than noble. I mean, what.

You are being held against your will. One would think that is enough reason to know the guy has no good intention. About the "vampire world" that is contemplated here, I didn't find it amusing or interesting in any way. I only read a bunch of supernatural buddies living in a coven protected by knights? Needless to say, I dont recommend it at all. View all 30 comments.

May 15, Sandra rated it it was amazing Shelves: Errmm, i think it's illegal to end a book like that. You juts can't do that, OK? Sophia is kidnapped at her 17th birthday. She's taken captive by a vampire to an island where the sun never shines. The island is called The Shade.

Sofia is selected out of hundreds of girls to join the harem of Derek Novak, the dark royal Prince. Sofia soon realises that if she's to survive she must gain Derek's affection. But will she? And what will happen if the feeling will become mutual? When i read through some 'bad' and 'good' reviews about this book i heard it's a copy version of twilight. Now listen. Just because this book is about vampires and they're pale doesn't freaking mean this is like twilight! Why do you people think everything is copied from twilight?!

Just stop! Twilight is like 1 million years old. Meet the main characters! What i thought about Sofia?: The first few pages i didn't really like her, mainly because of this I'd remember what it felt like to see him with his arms around Tanya Wilson. Now, if you don't know, she's talking here about her BFF Ben that she has a crush on and beliefs to be her 'the one and only'.

When i first read that paragraph i was like NOT. Girl falling for her best friend? Sound similar? But, her feelings did start to change when she spent more time with Derek, slowly growing feelings for him in the process. She was also a strong character who didn't like to be told what to do. That's what i loved about her the most! What i thought about Derek?: I absolutely LOVE him!

Since the moment i met him he stole my heart. He's the strongest vampire in the world. But Derek is also smart, inspiring, full of potential and very loyal to people he loves. He is bossy, i mean c'mon! He's a freaking prince! Aren't all of them like that? But he learns to respect others, mainly Sofias, opinions and will. I really loved this book. I couldn't put it down. It's my fav of the month so far! The writing style really pulls you in, and the characters just make you care about what's happening.

The book wastes no time. It starts of when Sofia get's captured, and i'm thankful for that. At least there are no pages just dragging on about particularly nothing, and yes, i'm talking especially about you Beautiful Creatures and Unraveling. The ending was a bit let down to be honest. Sofia was unbelievable. I don't think i have ever wanted to shake and strangle a character this bad.

She was so mean to Derek! She would like literally ditch him the moment he says "you're free to go". Overall A Shade of Vampire was an extremely entertaining book that i stayed up late for because i couldn't put it down. The creative vampire world and awesome characters were great! I have to read book 2 ASAP! Definitely recommend this to everyone! It was a pleasure!! Melissa Martin's Reading List I have been wanting to start reading this series for some time and damn it, I decided today was the day.

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I love Sofia and Derek together! I really liked this book and I look forward to the rest of them! Sofia is living with the Hudson family. They were friends with her mother, Camilla, and her father. But, Sofia's mom was a little whackadoo there for a bit and got put away and then her father just dumped her on this family.

I really wonder though if something is going to come up about her mother later on. Anyhoo, so there are two other children in the home that are the actual kids of the family.

There is little Abigail and Ben, Ben is Sofia's age and her best friend. I think this only came about when he became the only person that could calm her panic attacks and such. Ben seems to have a lot of girlfriends, not all at once, but he's a football player so what and all the girls want him. One night when the family goes on vacation together Sofia decides she's going to tell Ben her real feelings when one of his exes comes along and ruins it.

Ben says he's going to spend three nights that the ex has left with her and he misses Sofia's bday. I'm not sure what parents just lets their son go off and spend three days with some chic, but I digress. When Ben tries to apologize, Sofia runs off to the beach at night to be a lone for awhile. On her way back she gets snagged by this jerk named Lucas. She wakes up on an island called the Shade that belongs to vampires. She is going to be one of the slaves to the prince when he awakens.

Derek has a bond with Sofia because she shows him kindness before he is about to eat her and thus he is intrigued with this.

Anyway, they live on this island and live in these awesome tree houses! Tree houses! I love me some tree houses. Theirs is all decked out as you can imagine.. Derek is actually nice to all of the girls they brought to him only because of Sofia. So they don't have to worry about getting eaten unless some arse sneaks into Derek's home and eats them, he has guards but they can be knocked out.

Some of those parts I don't understand. Anyway, Sofia seems to slowly be falling in love with Derek because of his kindness and he's just different, he doesn't push her to do things. Now, his crap arse brother on the other hand keeps trying to get her.

Just kill him someone, damn. Okay, so there is a moment Sofia talks Derek out of killing him so he wouldn't be upset about it. My arse! I would have been cheering him on, but that's just me! I don't want to give much more away, but Ben ends up showing up. Like really, lets just leave him out of it for awhile. There are some politics that are involved as Derek has to find out a way to keep the vampires safe from hunters and other crap going on. I liked the way the book ended and am looking forward to the next book.

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I was sooooooo ready to get my fang on. As stated before, I was expecting a bit of a Twilight knock-off so I never imagined I would dislike this so much. Meaning 2 will probably be all. Or Sophia. Tomato tomahto. Nothing about this worked for me. I have no clue how old the author is, but the writing seemed very young — like a child might have written it.

The characters were all pretty cardboard and due to this being a serial the story progression was nearly non-existent. No way. No how. View all 17 comments. Are you a fan of Twilight? Are you a fan of The Vampire Diaries? Are you a fan of the My Blood Approves series?

You're prolly gonna like this, then. Eternal 18 year old vamp falls for "regular" 17 year old human who isn't really all that regular after all. Bad guys come between them, best friend not a werewolf in this instance, sorry Jacob fans forms the third point of the love triangle It's a recipe proven for success.

For a certain crowd. Okay, I admit it. Yes, we like our fluffy young adult vampire romances! I am definitely going to check out the next one and see what happens.

Oh the drama! But there actually wasn't all that much annoying drama. Nobody was insufferably irritating. Although there wasn't a whole lot of characterization and it's written in a pretty basic manner.

It still worked. Not a perfect story, but I am intrigued to see what happens next. Noticeable tropes: Marking this as currently-reading for vampire month. I don't recall reading the premise before, but it actually sounds intriguing, so View all 9 comments. Apr 10, Carol [Goodreads Addict] rated it it was amazing Shelves: I waited so long to read A Shade of Vampire and it was worth the wait. It was short but the pages were packed with so much. Bella paints such a vivid picture of the island of The Shade that serves as a refuge for a coven of vampires, led by their prince, Derek Novak.

Derek's very evil brother, Lucas, kidnaps Sofia and brings her to The Shade for Derek's harem but secretly wants Sofia for himself. This book is packed with just the right combination of evil and romance. You can't help but fall for I waited so long to read A Shade of Vampire and it was worth the wait. You can't help but fall for Derek right along with Sofia and let me tell you, there are plenty of awesome one-liners in this book that melted my heart.

I am a sucker for a good vampire romance and this didn't let me down. Can't wait for the next book which I will start in about 5 minutes. Thank you Bella Forrest. View all 11 comments. Jan 07, Rachel Reads Ravenously rated it did not like it Shelves: I guess I had higher expectations, but this was too cliche for my tastes. Just not the book for me. View all 19 comments. Oct 15, Courtney Wells rated it it was amazing Shelves: Before I begin, I feel the need to quantify my five-stars here.

You know how people will say something is "so bad it's good"? I feel that term somewhat applies here, though more in a sense "It's a great read, if you like that sort of thing". As such, A Shade of Vampire is a "great read" if you like swooning human heroines and smoldering love-interests with fangs.

For those who aren't fans of those tired cliches, know you're not getting a new experience here. Otherwise - for those who partake in Before I begin, I feel the need to quantify my five-stars here. Otherwise - for those who partake in the occasional guilty pleasure - this should scratch an itch for you. A Shade of Vampire is the first novel in a series that seems capable of satisfying those who were charmed by the chaste, boy-met-girl romance Twilight offered readers while incorporating darker, more sultry elements that entice viewers into shows like The Vampire Diaries.

That's not to say it's a knock-off of either, per se, but it does draw from such sources to give readers who are fans of the vampire genre familiarity while offering originality and establishing a world of its own. A Shade of Vampire is about pages long, which made it a short read and a good example of what readers can expect of the series. It's a perfect way to get introduced without feeling like you're committing a lot of time and see if you're intrigued by what's being set up.

It's worth a try if you're nostalgic for Twilight. View all 7 comments. Mar 04, Jeann Happy Indulgence rated it it was amazing Shelves: Sofia is one of several teenage girls who have been caught to serve Derek, a revered and powerful vampire who has just awoken.

Despite the terrifying circumstances, both vampire and human develop feelings for each other. This is a relatively short read, told from the perspectives of Derek and Sofia and it quickly covers the event of her capture and how they develop feelings for each other. Sofia is a fascinating character, highly attuned to her surroundings. She has some reservations about her feelings for a vampire, and rightly so. In contrast, Derek falls quickly for Sofia based on her beauty and care for others, and I sort of felt that his insta-love was a bit creepy in a way.

Luckily these feelings subsided when Sofia began to return his feelings. I wanted to know what Derek had done in his life to deserve so much respect and power from everyone, and why he seems to have a shred of humanity intact.

I wanted to know more about the conflict between him and Lucas, who posed a threat to Sofia. I received a review copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you so much, I look forward to reading more of your work. This review has been cross-posted on my Happy Indulgence blog.

Check it out for more reviews! This book is brilliant! I am in love with vampires, hmm after Edward Cullen, Salvatore Brothers: They ruined me for good!

This book had everything and I was gripped from the start to the end. The moment Sofia meet Derek, am gone! Intense connection they had: Can't wait for more for these two! If you loved Twilight, grab this book. It is fab! Thumbs up! Jun 27, Miriam Mathew rated it did not like it Shelves: I couldn't help but point out various grammatical mistakes and the repetition of sentences when they're everywhere.

It got to a point where I was begging for no more shitty dialogue. Although, this could have been easily fixed if the 1. Although, this could have been easily fixed if there was an editor on hand. Or if there was, fire them. They don't know how to do their job. Another negative point for me, was the love-at-first-sight aspect of the book.

I think this is what reminded so many people of Twilight.

The vampire sees the girl, wants to feed on her blood but somehow manages to stop himself in time because of how special and unique the said girl was.

Same old story. So, yes , I didn't like it. The characters themselves were flawed. Sofia was, might I dare say it, a 'Mary-Sue'. She didn't think she was pretty, even though she was "beautiful". She didn't have a single flaw. I mean, c'mon , I don't believe this Unless you count being too perfect as a flaw? Every single character, including Derek specially, believed her to be a paragon of virtue, strength and hope.

They're all overwhelmed with admiration for her. Ahhh, Derek. The man I hoped to be my new YA love. Don't get me wrong, I love romantic guys who are sensitive and caring and devoted. But I counted the number of Derek's almost-declarations of love It was sweet at first, then it got unrealistic. And then there was the fact that he had apparently been asleep for five centures. That was sometime in the middle s. My parents can't even keep up with the slang and the trends and they were there for most of it!!

Derek's been out of the loop for a while and he sounds just like the bratty teens. I was provided an ARC in exchange for an honest review so even though I didn't enjoy it very much, I thank the author for giving me a chance to read it. S Was this review too honest? Michael Scofield called, and he would like his mental disorder back! There is something to be said about borrowing from the inspiration of shows and books that you yourself enjoy, that I have no issue with.

I hope we will see more show of this behaviour in the future because as it 3 Stars First off, I would just like to say: Vampires, vampires, everywhere; and too much blood to drink.

He also does the one thing guaranteed to make me forgive him as a captor view spoiler [ which is to let her fucking go when her life is in danger. View all 23 comments. Aug 15, Sigourney rated it did not like it Shelves: A copy of A Shade of Vampire was kindly sent to me by Bella Forrest in exchange for an honest review.

I really disliked A Shade of Vampire. It seems to me that Forrest has taken a book from the Stephenie Meyer school of writing and followed it exactly. It manages to be sexist and misogynistic on practically every page — our darling protagonist Sofia is A copy of A Shade of Vampire was kindly sent to me by Bella Forrest in exchange for an honest review. It manages to be sexist and misogynistic on practically every page — our darling protagonist Sofia is even flattered about being the property of a blood sucking vamp.

You go girl. Derek, said blood sucking vamp, is Edward Cullen incarnate — sulky and remorseful, he even wants a music room. Educated twenty three year olds with feminist tendencies and a moral code, however, will not. Pathetic, imbecile. Only cares about what men think — Ben, Derek.

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Ridiculous in every situation, especially when kidnapped by vampires. Bland, no personality. Slut shaming is also thrown into the mix later on. AT ALL. No redeeming features. I thought this was the 21st century?! Hell no.

Stockholm syndrome incoming. Women are not allowed to be anything other than a pretty face and a pair of tits. Oh, Sofia. I despair. The narrative just becomes more ridiculous and unlikable. Funny that. Seriously, eye rolling so much it hurts.