MOBI Amy Lane ð Vulnerable MOBI ò ð

Working graveyards in a stop rob seemed a small price for Cory to pay in order to get her degree and get the hell out of Nor Cal She was terrified of disappearing into the aimless vortex that awaited the lost and the young that haunted her neck of the woods Until the night she actually stopped looking at her books and looked up What awaited her was a world she had only read about one filled with fantastical creatures that she was sure she could never be And then Adrian walked in and she discovered that risking your life was nothing compared to facing who you really were And then falling in love


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    Meet Corinne Carol Anne otherwise known as Cory Cory is a sad chubby little goth girl She's also a bit on the white trash side of the fence and just happens to work the graveyard shift at a Chevron station Cory who absolutely hates herself her life and her town is not a very lovable character She is rather on the pitiful sideAfter a few paragraphs of smack talking and descriptions of herself as a tough chickiethe book veers right into statements that only halfway make sense and hint of knowledge but actually do not reveal anything The writing tries to be verbose and mysterious but it just is confusing Cory spouts off statements like if I knew then what I know nowand all these back and forth jumbled thoughts that just left me in the dark instead of gearing me up for the big revealThe second character is then introduced Enter Arturo a mexican fairie that works as a short order cook at Denny's You see Arturo just happened to be an Aztec god in a former life but now is content to be 2 to a sex fairie and eek out a meager existing serving greasy bacon and sausage to humans even though he himself is a vegetarian Great character well though out sarcasmArturo is described by Cory as someone she is definitely interested in romantically but when he touches her he opens something within her He also inadvertently ignites some kind of elfstruck thing which has her itching for a day or two This wasn't thought out also because later in the book elfstruck is said to happen when someone touches and elffairie without their consent Arturo touches Cory and inadvertently opens her up to the whole world of the paranormalThe book goes down hill from there Arturo quickly moves form a romantic interest to a brother especially after she reacquaints herself with bad boy vamp Adrian The book then turns into erotica with a bit of a plot thrown in thereI did try to hang throughout this novel and I hoped that maybe at some point it would make an upward turn Once I made it halfway through the novel I knew there was no way this book could redeem itself For one the editor should be flogged and then fired but since this was self published I'm figuring that she didn't have it proofed because the writing was terrible I WISH I COULD GET MY MONEY BACK Here are two sentences from the book that show exactly how poor the writing wasOn Friday the twentieth we decided that on Saturday night Litha the day before Midsummers Eve we would to send Arturo and Phillip to Folsom in the daylight to leave a message that we would meet Crispin and Sezan's people by the slag heaps and rock quarries below the railroad Midnight the day after LithaI almost ran into him trying to it the curled ends the coarse melted texture and I felt tears again sliding down my faceSecondly the novel starts on in first person from Cory's POV Later on throughout the book it switches to Adrian's first person POV and then to a third character Green it takes a 3rd person POV Horrendous writing bad grammar childish charactersand it worsens as the plot thickensThe author has even admitted her editing was badly handledbut even the plot and characters weren't worth saving the book The characters were emotional midgets that flung you back and forth between thoughts and actions that gave me whiplash I would sometimes have to reread paragraphs to understand what was happening in the story Character responses were predictable and unoriginal Cory's character was not likable in the least her continuous use of the word moron was aggravating Also the fact that she would speak in eloquent adult speak than in the next sentence revert to teeny bopper slang had me gagging Speaking of gagging I have not read anything that had so much vomiting and passing out Tough chickie my derriere Keep the bean burrito down after the lycanthrope popped like a zit in front of youwell then you get the tough chickie label I regress let me get back on trackOnce we get into the meat and potatoes of the book it takes a nice little turn into debauchery cloaked in pure wholesome pollyanna love Cory's character morphs form a self loathing little do gooder lets call her Bella into a raunchy lover of multiple men whom I like to refer to as Anita She strips the dye from her hair the contacts from her eyes loses some weight dresses in GAP and now all of sudden she's some kind of weird paranormal creature I never did figure out what she was maybe you figure it out later in the series personally I don't care and I will not buy another one of these booksThere is a reason Amy Lane self published no one would touch this book I can't even comprehend why so many reviews gush over this novel but hey opinions are likeyou know what I mean I'm upset that I paid 10 bucks for this but since it was such a terrible read it took me a week to get through normally I read a book in 2 3 days which averages to about 25 bucks a weekso thanks Ms Lane for saving me 15 bucks In tribute to you I will not proof this review