Thursday, October 22, 2015

The Human Cure

Review copy provided via Reading Alley in exchange for an honest review

Summary: The Human Cure

Kate Plesser is leading a dead-end life as an office assistant with a penchant for bad relationships. She is lost. When Kate is kidnapped by Hunter, a gorgeous stranger, she assumes he is just some sick psychopath. She never suspects he is actually a vampire, and that she is about to be plunged into a world stranger than her wildest dreams. In the underground city where Hunter lives, she encounters his otherworldly cousin Chase, who holds the key to her freedom. She is thrust into a village where humans are farmed for feeding and breeding. In this mysterious new world, Kate discovers she is capable of feelings and strength that she never could have imagined.


Very intriguing take on vampires, it’s a very fast passed story, which flows great. You quickly connect with the three main characters Kate, Hunter, and Chase. This is, one of those rare books, which once you start you can’t put it down.  The overall development of the characters and plot is very well done.

The reason for the three star rating is this; there are some grammatical errors, which made me have to reread sentences a few times in order to understand them. Anytime I have time I run across grammatical errors it takes the story down to three stars sometimes lower if the editing is horrible.  This only had two or three spots, but still they take away stars because to me published, books shouldn’t have any errors, I wanted to read stories with grammatical or punctuation errors in them; I’d read online stories through many different sites, with just as many genres to choose from. 


Would you recommend this story to others? Yes, but I’d warn them of the grammatical errors, so they aren’t surprised by them.

Would you read other stories written by this Author? Yes

Is this story a full length novel or a novella? Novel on the shorter end, but novel.

Is this story priced correctly? The ebook price is in the correct price range, but the paperback is over priced.